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Liquor, Gambling & Lotteries
Media releases
2 June 2021

A risk-based liquor licensing fee structure is now in place across the board for South Australian venues - ensuring licence costs strike the right balance between protecting the public and supporting the hospitality sector.

Consumer & Business Advice
Media releases
2 June 2021

With the cooler weather already on us and winter getting underway, consumer protection authorities around the nation are urging people to keep safe this winter.

Consumer & Business Advice
Media releases
12 May 2021

A Stirling North couple who sold cars while unlicensed have been fined a total of $6000.

Liquor, Gambling & Lotteries
CBS updates
8 May 2021

The South Australian Government has announced additional support for liquor licence holders affected by COVID-19, with a fifty percent reduction of liquor license fees available for 2021-22 for some licensees.

Consumer & Business Advice
Media releases
4 May 2021

South Australia's Court of Appeal has overturned a finding of unconscionable conduct against a real estate agent in relation to his dealings with a vulnerable client.

Liquor, Gambling & Lotteries
Consumer & Business Advice
Media releases
12 April 2021

Spirits sold in novelty 'emoji' bottles have been permanently banned from South Australia.

Consumer & Business Advice
Media releases
2 April 2021

Motorists are reaping the rewards of increased fuel price transparency, with the Marshall Liberal Government's Fuel Pricing Information Scheme now in full swing.

Births, Deaths & Marriages
Liquor, Gambling & Lotteries
Work & Business Licenses
Consumer & Business Advice
Renting & Letting Advice
Associations & Cooperatives
CBS updates
26 March 2021
Consumer & Business Advice
CBS updates
20 March 2021

Real time petrol pricing will commence in South Australia on 20 March 2021.

Consumer & Business Advice
Media releases
1 March 2021

South Australia’s consumer watchdog has warned that itinerant tradies dubbed ‘bitumen bandits’ appear to be back in the State, targeting regional South Australia as well as the outer suburbs. 

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