Jay Weatherill Premier of South Australia
After 15 years South Australia’s 18.5km one - way expressway will finally flow both ways.
Premier Jay Weatherill and Transport and Infrastructure Minister Stephen Mullighan will open the 18.5km dual ...
Iconic Australian rock band Cold Chisel will return home to headline the Sunday night concertat next year’s Clipsal 500 Adelaide motor race.
Hon Gail Gago MLC
BioSA’s second business incubation facility - a new centre for advanced manufacturing and bioscience - has been officially opened in Thebarton.
Australia’s oldest Aboriginal owned and managed multi-arts centre, Tandanya, is celebrating its 25th anniversary tonight.
SA Health will be asked to refer the leaking of incorrect information to the Opposition about an elderly woman’s death at Noarlunga Hospital to the Crown Solicitor for an independent investigation.
A program that will assist as many as 350 long-term unemployed families in the northern suburbs find steady employment has been launched today in Elizabeth.
South Australia will tomorrow enter a new era for marine conservation with the start of fishing restrictions in marine park sanctuary zones.
The efforts of six of South Australia’s top educators and one community engagement group have been recognised at this year’s Excellence in Public Education Awards.
The next step in revitalising Adelaide "the improvement of the city's underused laneways" will begin with the closure to traffic of historic Leigh Street