The Minister for Planning has approved rezoning of eight strategic development sites in metropolitan Adelaide. 

Additional public precincts have been declared for New Year’s Eve in Glenelg and extending the City West precinct to Elder Park.

Adelaide lawyer Margaret Kelly has been appointed as a Judge of the District Court and Deputy President of the South Australian Employment Tribunal.

Businesses like hairdressers and jewellers will no longer need a liquor licence to treat their clients to a drink, under laws that come into effect today.

Figures compiled for the first time show the number of apprehensions involving young people in South Australia has dropped over the past five years.

New measures to target fine dodgers who refuse to pay overdue fines and expiation fees have passed State Parliament.

Legislation to protect workers and bona fide employers from exploitation in the labour hire industry have passed State Parliament.

New laws paving the way for more effective working with children checks and greater rights for foster carers and children in care have passed State Parliament.

The Nora Creina Golf Course and Tourism Resort proposal by Justin Scanlon and Damian Scanlon has been granted provisional development approval.

New domestic violence orders will be automatically recognised and enforceable nationwide from today, strengthening protections for victims and their families.

A new tool has been launched today to help home renovators better identify asbestos before any work gets underway.

The State’s second declared public precinct will be Victor Harbor during the State’s schoolies celebrations this weekend.