The State Government has committed to investing more than $47 million over the next 10 years to extend the Community Wastewater Management System (CWMS) Funding Agreement to support the installation of essential infrastructure in regional towns.
News releases - Geoff Brock
An historic Flinders Ranges township will receive a major tourism boost with support from a $63,000 State Government Upper Spencer Gulf and Outback Futures grant.
The Regional Council of Goyder has received a $100 000 grant through the Local Government Stimulus Program to construct an enclosure for the Burra Jinker.
A $500,000 grant from the State Government’s Economic Sustainability Program will assist a popular Riverland accommodation complex to expand and generate 23 new jobs.
A new location and expanded premises has seen well-known Renmark design business, Tri State Graphics, increased its workload, employ three new staff and take on new services.
A new chicken farm in the Murray Mallee region, supported by a $360,000 State Government Regional Development Fund grant, will create 11 new jobs – six in construction and five ongoing.
A new Predator Experience will be built at Monarto Zoo following approval of joint Federal/State funding for the project.
Fifty-seven new jobs will be created through the second round of the Regional Youth Traineeship program, kick-starting the careers of young South Australians in the local government sector.
A new sheep and lamb saleyard is set to be established at Crystal Brook, with support from a $115,000 Upper Spencer Gulf and Outback Futures Program grant.
A Port Pirie home improvement business is poised to capitalise on niche market opportunities through support from a State Government grant.
Disability access for the Karoonda swimming pool redevelopment and a bush tucker and community produce garden are the two local projects awarded funding through the Mallee South round of Fund My Idea.
South Australian mushroom producers P&L Rogers will establish a new facility at Port Wakefield to improve their mushroom production process, with support from a $220,000 State Government Regional Development Fund grant.