The State Government has committed $1 million to fund the prevention of domestic violence and provide support for families to navigate the justice system in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands.
News releases - Jay Weatherill
A historic agreement between South Australia and the Northern Territory will usher in a new era of collaboration that will benefit both sides of the border.
The world’s largest rotating seating platform has been installed in the Adelaide Convention Centre’s new East Building, marking the latest milestone for Stage Two of the $397 million redevelopment.
South Australia has resisted a play from the Federal Government to seize the state taxpayer owned Techport and shipbuilding land at no cost, insisting that the Commonwealth reimburse South Australians for state money used to build defence infrastructure.
Premier Jay Weatherill will travel to China today for a three-day trade mission to South Australia’s largest export market.
The new Royal Adelaide Hospital will open on 5 September, the State Government announced today.
South Australia’s historic Burra and Moonta Mines have been added to the National Heritage List, recognising their Cornish mining heritage and joining six other sites across the State already included on the prestigious list.
Iron Road has received a mining lease and development approval for a $4.5 billion project set to create nearly 2000 jobs during construction and 700 jobs over the 25-year life of the mine.
The South Australian State Cabinet has commenced a visit to the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands, where it will meet with communities across the region to discuss matters that are important to them.
A fleet of seven new ambulances will be stationed at the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjra (APY) Lands.
The State Government has received 31 expressions of interest to build the 250MW government-owned gas power plant.
South Australia will explore opportunities to partner with France in the growing international space sector, when the Premier meets with the head of the International Astronautical Federation and President of the French Space Agency (CNES), Dr Jean-Yves Le Gall.