Children will delight in the hands-on play options available at Adelaide Botanic Garden during the school holidays, including make-your-own garden critters, tasting fresh food from a kitchen garden and learning about Australia’s culture through Aboriginal Dreaming stories.
Automotive employees at Toyota component suppliers will share in $3 million worth of funding the car giant is distributing nationally to help them move into new work.
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.
In a win for local business, the Metropolitan Fire Service (MFS) has selected a South Australian-owned company to provide the new station boot for its firefighters.
Minister for Justice Michael Keenan and South Australian Minister for Emergency Services Peter Malinauskas today announced more than $3.8 million in funding for South Australian disaster resilience initiatives.
The Makk and McLeay Nursing Home at the Older Person’s Mental Health Service, Oakden, will close as part of the State Government’s response to an independent review into the service.
The Honourable John Sulan QC has been appointed as the next chair of South Australia’s Sentencing Advisory Council.
The Government’s proposed Bill to enshrine the role of the Industry Advocate in law has received overwhelming support from local industry associations and business leaders, with consultation on the Bill and revised Industry Advocate Policy now closed.
Construction has commenced on Adelaide’s tallest residential apartment development, with ground officially broken.
South Australia has taken a leading role supporting forensic teams across state and territory borders, championing new arrangements allowing for more effective and efficient DNA testing for suspects across state borders.
Clubs on the Yorke Peninsula and in the Mid North have taken home a significant share of vouchers offered by the State Government to assist families with the costs of playing sport.
Western Adelaide sporting clubs have taken home a significant share of vouchers offered by the State Government to assist families with the costs of playing sport.