South Australia has taken a significant step towards taking charge of its own energy future today, after new laws were introduced into State Parliament.
News releases - Jay Weatherill
The State Government has opened a two-week Expression of Interest period for national and international companies interested in building Australia’s largest grid-scale battery in South Australia.
The State Government has unveiled a comprehensive plan to take charge of the State’s energy future and deliver reliable, affordable and clean power for South Australians.
South Australian Veterans will have ongoing access to specialist mental health services following the development of a new model of care.
Premier Jay Weatherill has today written to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull calling for an Emissions Intensity Scheme to be put on the agenda for the next COAG Leaders Meeting.
Work on the $200 million upgrade to Flinders Medical Centre is on track with the Premier and Health Minister touring the site today.
The cream of jazz talent from South Australia and beyond will be on show with a Gala Concert to celebrate International Jazz Day on Sunday 30 April.
Premier Jay Weatherill and South Australian ministers will visit Port Pirie, the Yorke Peninsula and the Mid North during the next Country Cabinet in April.
The National Gonski Bus Tour begins its epic journey around Australia today, starting from Adelaide High.
Thousands of jobs are expected to be created for younger South Australians, as part of an overhaul aimed at improving flexibility in the public service.
One hundred and forty new jobs will be created in the Murray Bridge area as a result of a $14 million investment by meat processor, Big River Pork.
The State Government is backing women’s footy in South Australia, committing a further $275,000 to the Adelaide Crows AFL Women’s team to help grow female participation in the State.