City retailers are preparing for South Australia's first Boxing Day sales which are expected to bring thousands of shoppers into the city.

 

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Industrial Relations Minister Russell Wortley says he is pleased that progress has been made toward resolving issues around South Australia's part day public holidays at today's Fair Work Australia conference.

 

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Following a request from Industrial Relations Minister Russell Wortley, Fair Work Australia (FWA)will hear submissions from business groups and unions regarding how new part day public holidays relate to various awards.

 

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New extended Christmas trading hours throughout metropolitan Adelaide will give families more time to prepare for Christmas while providing a welcome boost for the retail and hospitality sectors, Minister for Industrial Relations Russell Wortley said.

 

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Every South Australian worker and home renovator must be aware of the dangers caused by asbestos, Minister for Industrial Relations Russell Wortley has told guests at the official launched Asbestos Awareness Week 2012.

 

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The South Australian Government has moved to ensure public servants covered by the SA Public Sector Wages Parity Enterprise Agreement, and school teachers, experiencing domestic violence are supported at work.

 

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South Australia has cleared a major hurdle toward implementing nationally harmonised work health and safety laws after the legislation passed through the upper house of state parliament today.

 

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The South Australian Government has today approved extended shop trading hours for the Christmas holiday period.

 

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A company that revolutionised health care by eliminating manual handling tasks for moving hospital beds took out the top honour at the 2012 Safe Work Awards at a ceremony held at the Adelaide Convention Centre tonight.

 

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Minister for Industrial Relations Russell Wortley has welcomed the second stage of the Snowtown Wind Farm project while turning the sod at the $439 million Snowtown II site.

 

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South Australia is the only state meeting the national target for reducing work-related injuries according to Safe Work Australia's latest Comparative Performance Monitoring report.

 

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