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If you are a member of the media with an enquiry about AGD please contact the media unit on 0422 007 069. This phone is monitored 24 hours. Or you can email us at mediarelations@agd.sa.gov.au

Media Centre

If you are a member of the media with an enquiry about AGD please contact the media unit on 0422 007 069. This phone is monitored 24 hours. Or you can email us at mediarelations@agd.sa.gov.au

Recent News Releases

Posted on 30 March, 2017
Minister for Consumer and Business Services John Rau will tomorrow call for decisive action to be taken to prevent the massive harm caused by online gambling.
Posted on 29 March, 2017
New laws introduced into Parliament today will pave the way for the most significant reform to South Australia’s liquor licensing system in two decades.
Posted on 29 March, 2017
Laws designed to make it easier for people working in the justice system to send documents electronically have now passed through State Parliament.
Posted on 28 March, 2017
On Tuesday 28 March 2017, the government filed amendments to the Children and Young People (Safety) Bill 2017, which is currently before Parliament.
Posted on 10 March, 2017
South Australians are being warned about an increased risk of unwanted sale tactics as more areas across South Australia continue to hook up to the new National Broadband Network (NBN).
Posted on 10 March, 2017
A former officer of the Deceased Estates section of Public Trustee was charged with dishonesty offences and has pleaded guilty in the Magistrates Court today.
Posted on 6 March, 2017
New data published on the SafeWork SA website shows the restructured organisation is delivering results for businesses seeking help to improve their workplace safety.
Posted on 3 March, 2017
Following a lengthy formal consultation process, the State Government yesterday met with the SA Alliance for Children and Young People’s Wellbeing to further discuss the Children and Young People (Safety) Bill currently before Parliament.
Posted on 1 March, 2017
People leaving another state or territory to escape an abusive relationship will have their protections carried with them into South Australia under laws passed by State Parliament yesterday.