News Items for June 2015

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Today the State Government will move to strengthen firearm offences in South Australia by classifying firearm trafficking as a serious firearm offence.
An unlicensed second-hand car seller in Albert Park has been convicted and fined $20,000, plus $800 in prosecution costs following investigations by the state’s consumer watchdog.
Better sentencing options are next on the agenda for the reform of South Australia’s criminal justice sector.
New figures released by the Criminal Justice Sector Reform Council have put a spotlight on the performance of the South Australian criminal justice system.
South Australian consumers are being urged to demand their consumer rights as retailers are gearing up for their mid-year clearance sales.
The State’s consumer watchdog and gaming regulator has seized four illegal gaming machines from a private home in Adelaide’s north.
The State’s consumer watchdog is warning residents on the State’s West Coast to be on guard for dodgy people posing as bitumen layers.
The operator of the Spend a Penny stores has been prosecuted and ordered to pay a total of $4,540 for supplying baby toys that failed mandatory safety standards following an inspection by the state’s consumer watchdog.
Today hundreds of students will gather at Alberton Oval and have the chance to learn how they can take charge of aspects of their own lives and their own futures, as part of the 2015 Aboriginal Power Cup program.
The State Government will today introduce legislation to declare 27 outlaw gangs to be criminal organisations in South Australia.