The former President of the Cambodian Association of South Australia (CASA) was today convicted of six counts of improper use of his position as an officer to obtain a benefit and was sentenced to 20 months imprisonment. A non-parole of six months was set.
Parents who leave their children unattended while they’re at the pokies have been targeted in the State Government’s latest crackdown on gaming venues, Minister for Business Services and Consumers Gail Gago announced today.
Consumer and Business Services took action against Tyson Hoey, trading as U Pave It, last year, after complaints he was entering into contracts for the supply and installation of landscaping supplies including excavation and paving work.
South Australia Police (SAPol) figures released today confirm a dramatic drop in offending behaviour in the city, including violence, since the introduction of the Government’s crackdown on alcohol fuelled violence six months ago.