Jay Weatherill Premier of South Australia
A statement from Premier Jay Weatherill concerning GM Holden's recent decision to close manufacturing operations in South Australia.
The automotive industry is about so much more than just making cars. It underpins jobs and supports people in communities across South Australia. Get involved in the campaign to fight for the future of our car industry.
We wanted to give the people a more direct say in the way Government works. That's why we created the Citizen's Jury.
The Citizen's Jury is currently considering the question "How can we ensure we have a vibrant and safe Adelaide nightlife?". The Jury is facilitated by the New Democracy foundation, and will deliver its report later in the year.
Find out more about our plan to build a stronger South Australia, through a series of policies being released from 23 September 2013.
Businesses and the community will have access to government data through a series of initiatives announced by the State Government.
Premier Jay Weatherill has issued an open data declaration, which will require all government agencies to ensure their data is publicly accessible.
In a major coup for South Australia, local premium food and wine will be featured at Hong Kong’s premier tourist attraction, Ocean Park, later this year.
The successful South Australian Food Industry Awards are set to continue into their 17th year with support from the State Government.
The Spencer Gulf prawn fishing industry and State Government researchers are collaborating on a prawn tagging study to improve understanding of growth and movement patterns of prawns in southern Spencer Gulf.
A draft blueprint on future opportunities for South Australia’s forestry and wood products industry has been released for consultation.
Regionally-based small-scale food organisations will be able to access grant funding to help build a stronger regional food presence around South Australia.
The Australian wine industry’s premier technical event has been secured for South Australia for 2016, thanks to a partnership between industry and the South Australian Government.
There is a wave of ambitious young publicans within Adelaide, who are determined to do things differently. They're building small bars in the forgotten spaces of the city, with an emphasis on craft, quality and intimacy. Their mantra is customer service, creating an atmosphere of localism -- a feeling of belonging.
An unprecedented investment is being made in Adelaide, South Australia's infrastructure. See the city's iconic health, entertainment and sustainable transport projects and how they fit together to create a vibrant city with world-class facilities.
The next step in revitalising Adelaide â€“ the improvement of the cityâ€™s underused laneways â€“ will begin with the closure to traffic of historic Leigh Street