News Items for February 2015

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The state’s consumer watchdog, Consumer and Business Services, has led a successful prosecution against a building company and its director, with the court imposing penalties and compensation totalling $26,000.
Hotel, clubs and restaurants will soon be able to provide live entertainment between 11am and midnight as part of a new simpler process that will cut red tape and reduce costs.
South Australians are being urged to have their say on the impact and effectiveness of the Late Night Trading Code of Practice.
Residents on the Eyre Peninsula and the Adelaide Hills should be on guard about travelling conmen posing as bitumen layers.
Lonely hearts looking for a soul mate are being warned not to fall for a scammer today.
Judge David Lovell has been appointed to the Supreme Court after eight years served on the District Court.
Confusion surrounding what defines a free range egg is one step closer to being resolved, with the release of a draft code, regulations and trademark for further consultation.
The State’s consumer watchdog has successfully prosecuted a dodgy plumber, who’s been forced to pay more than $14,000 in fines and compensation.
A dodgy car dealer in Adelaide’s southern suburbs has been convicted and fined $30,000 following a recent investigation by South Australia’s consumer watchdog Consumer and Business Services (CBS).
The State’s consumer watchdog has prosecuted an unlicensed builder who carried out unsatisfactory underpinning work on a home.