Premier Jay Weatherill will today open the Blue Lake Dairy Group’s processing plant at Tantanoola in the State’s South East.
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South Australia’s $50 billion Future Submarine Program continues to move ahead with French company DCNS establishing its Australian headquarters in Keswick.
South Australia’s impressive defence capabilities will again be on show today when the second Air Warfare Destroyer, Brisbane is launched.
Construction on Adelaide’s new $100 million city school officially begins today, with Lendlease Building Contractors Pty Ltd winning the major design and construct contract for this key infrastructure project.
The inaugural flight of the world’s third largest carrier – China Southern Airlines – lands at Adelaide Airport this morning, heralding a massive boost to the State’s visitor economy.
The world’s fourth biggest cruise ship, and the largest to ever sail into Australia – the Ovation of the Seas – has arrived in South Australia.
Premier Jay Weatherill has slammed Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull for his comments about renewable energy and for abandoning South Australians on energy policy.
The South Australian and Northern Territory Governments will establish a shared cross-border police team in Alice Springs to tackle issues such as illicit drugs, transit routes, road safety and alcohol, family and domestic violence.
South Australians at high risk of contracting HIV will have access to the latest preventative technology study, as part of a State Government commitment announced today.
The State Government will invest $432 million to deliver a new child protection system for South Australia and has tabled new child safety legislation in response to the Nyland Royal Commission.
Premier Jay Weatherill will apologise to LGBTIQ community members wronged by historical laws in State Parliament on Thursday, December 1.
Premier Jay Weatherill will today launch the new Women’s Safety Services South Australia, an amalgam of three existing South Australian domestic violence services.