The first major changes to South Australia’s liquor licensing system in nearly two decades have passed State Parliament, paving the way for a simpler, more effective system.
News releases - John Rau
His Honour Judge Steven Dolphin has been appointed President of the South Australian Employment Tribunal (SAET).
Works commence today to upgrade Josie Agius Park / Wikaparntu Wirra (Park 22) courts so that thousands of netballers of all ages and abilities can enjoy high-quality facilities.
Adelaide’s west end has today been named as the state’s first declared public precinct – giving police extra powers to manage anti-social and disorderly behaviour in the city.
A highly regarded barrister who has worked with both the Mullighan Inquiry into Children in State Care and the inquiry into the conviction of David Eastman for the murder of Colin Winchester is to be appointed to the District Court.
The State Government has called on the Liberal Party to pass measures today, aimed at addressing a serious loophole in South Australia’s sentencing laws created by a High Court decision, to ensure justice is served in at least three very serious child sex cases.
The South Australian Government has written to the Senate Select Committee into the Political Influence of Donations calling for a complete ban on foreign political donations.
The State Government will develop laws to allow video evidence to be admissible in domestic violence related legal proceedings, and continue to develop a trial domestic violence disclosure scheme under new moves to address this important issue.
The State Government will seek a referendum to ensure that “one vote, one value” will be restored as the paramount consideration in determining future electoral boundary changes.
The State Government will create more quality green public spaces along our rivers and waterways which will provide environmental and recreational benefits to the community.
The State Government has introduced tough new laws to combat the illegal sale and supply of liquor to dry communities.
People who detonate homemade explosives without a lawful excuse will face up to 20 years imprisonment under new measures announced by the State Government today.