News Items for April 2015

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People who died from work-related injuries or diseases were recognised today at a service as part of International Workers’ Memorial Day.
The State Government is seeking a service provider to lead the trial of ‘Reboot’ a new intensive intervention program for young offenders.
More than half a million dollars has been provided to local councils and community groups to fund crime prevention projects.
The Government today resolved to support 20 of the 21 recommendations from the Chloe Valentine Coronial Inquest.
The State Government is pursuing changes to tenancy laws so victims of domestic violence can terminate leases without facing financial penalties.
South Australia’s young consumers are being reminded that help is available to provide them with advice and information before they make their first major financial decisions.
Acting Premier John Rau today announced the first projects to be funded under the new CCTV grants program.
The state’s consumer watchdog has issued a warning to South Australians to beware of unlicensed travelling conmen that offer and deliver unsatisfactory building work.
The State’s work health and safety regulator is set to be modernised, separating compliance and education aspects of SafeWork SA to better serve the needs of workers, employers and businesses.
The state’s consumer watchdog has taken court action against online advertising company BIG Pages alleging it engaged in false, misleading deceptive conduct.