News Items for November 2014

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The Fines Enforcement and Recovery Unit will receive additional funding to boost staff numbers, cut call waiting times, and increase its capacity to collect overdue fines.
The State Government has given its support to a nationwide effort to prioritise consumer awareness and rights for indigenous consumers with the South Australian launch of the National Indigenous Consumer Strategy (NICS) Action Plan for 2014-16.
A new website with easy to access information about asbestos has been launched, marking the start of Asbestos Awareness Week.
As the festive – and festival – season approaches, the State Government has made it quicker and cheaper for wine and beer stallholders to obtain limited liquor licenses for events.
The State Government has launched a new Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Grants Program to help reduce local crime rates and improve community safety.
The State Government has moved to broaden the definition of knuckle-dusters so as to include weapons worn by members of outlaw motorcycle gangs, masquerading as bling.