News Items for November 2015

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Former Supreme Court Justice, the Honourable Timothy Anderson QC, has been appointed to conduct an independent review of South Australia’s liquor licensing framework.
A South Australian animal charity has lost its licence, amid allegations that funds raised were being used for gambling.
The state’s consumer watchdog has taken action against an Adelaide real estate agency over the wrongful termination of a property rental arrangement.
The state’s consumer watchdog is reminding consumers to do their research before contracting for building work after an Athelstone man paid for landscaping services which were carried out by an unlicensed builder.
New laws that provide some of the strongest protections in the nation for victims of domestic violence who are renting their homes have passed State Parliament today.
Laws cracking down on people who traffic unlicensed firearms have passed Parliament this afternoon.
The Disability Justice Plan Annual Report 2014-15 was released this morning at the inaugural Disability Justice Plan Symposium.
South Australians are being reminded of the importance of trampoline safety in the lead up to summer.
The state’s consumer watchdog has issued a public warning notice against Vasilios Koutropoulos, trading as Olympia Express Tourist and Travel Office, also known as Olympia Express Travel Services after consumers have allegedly been forced to fork out
The state’s consumer watchdog is reminding tradespeople to ensure they are working to their relevant licence conditions after a Port Augusta man was found completing plumbing work he was not licensed to do.
South Australian parents are being reminded about the severe dangers of swallowing button batteries after it was confirmed the first known Australian child has died due to accidental ingestion.