Jay Weatherill Premier of South Australia
The advertising of live odds betting will be banned from South Australian television screens during sports broadcasting.
The 3.7km stretch of South Road between Torrens Road and the River Torrens will be significantly upgraded - improving safety and travel times along Adelaide’s North-South traffic corridor.
Vehicle owners will be able to pay for their registration using automated direct debit payments by the end of this year, under a new scheme proposed by the State Government.
The scheme will allow direct debit by monthly payments to alleviate the financial burden on low-income families and concession holders through bill payment smoothing.
A randomly-selected citizen jury will be given the responsibility of making policy recommendations to help ensure that Adelaide is both vibrant and safe, under an innovative State Government project.
South Australia has agreed to the full implementation of the National Disability Insurance Scheme, DisabilityCare Australia, from 2018.
The scheme will benefit about 33,000 South Australians with a disability by the end of 2018-19.
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