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Work & Business Licenses
Media releases
29 June 2015

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.

Liquor, Gambling & Lotteries
Media releases
12 June 2015

The State’s consumer watchdog and gaming regulator has seized four illegal gaming machines from a private home in Adelaide’s north.

Consumer & Business Advice
Media releases
12 June 2015

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.

Consumer & Business Advice
Media releases
9 June 2015

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.

Consumer & Business Advice
Media releases
4 June 2015

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.

Consumer & Business Advice
Media releases
18 May 2015

South Australians are being urged to get smarter with their data to keep it out of the hands of scammers, as part of 2015 National Consumer Fraud Week which runs from 18-24 May.

Consumer & Business Advice
Media releases
14 May 2015

A new online advice tool is set to reduce waiting times and give businesses and consumers quick and easy access to general information and one-to-one customer support at the click of a button.

Consumer & Business Advice
Media releases
5 May 2015

South Australian families are urged to check carefully to make sure their Mum gets the most out of gift cards this Mother’s Day.

Renting & Letting Advice
Media releases
13 April 2015

The State Government is pursuing changes to tenancy laws so victims of domestic violence can terminate leases without facing financial penalties.

Consumer & Business Advice
Media releases
10 April 2015

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.

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