The first campground in a metropolitan Adelaide park is being built as part of $1.7 million in upgrades to Onkaparinga River National Park.
The SA Government has welcomed today’s announcement that ASC will partner with Perth-based Forgacs Marine and Defence Pty Ltd to offer a shipbuilding solution for the Offshore Patrol Vessel Program.
The State Government has invested $12 million to create an Early Intervention Research Directorate as part of the process of creating a fresh start for the child protection system.
Legislation to give the State Government power to direct energy generators to turn on when required is expected to pass through parliament, after the Opposition indicated it would not oppose the measures.
South Australians enjoying our National Parks this long weekend are reminded to put safety first, to be responsible and to respect wildlife and our environment.
The upcoming four-day Easter break is expected to see an influx of visitors holidaying across the state.
Thousands of visitors are expected at Mount Lofty Botanic Garden over the next few weeks for one of the Adelaide Hills’ most beautiful sights – its transformation into a panorama of scarlets, yellows and bronzes.
Local trade and investment opportunities will be the focus this week when the South Australian Government hosts a visiting high level business delegation from the United States.
Applications are now open for the 2017 Crime Prevention and Community Safety Grants Program.
Nearly 45,000 vehicles have been clamped or impounded since laws were strengthened in 2010, with drivers of these vehicles facing charges for serious driving offences.
The State Government has committed to invest $110 million to help expand the Northern Adelaide Plains irrigated food production area, which would create 3700 jobs in and around Adelaide’s northern suburbs and add more than $500 million a year to the State’s economy.
The State Government has today unveiled the new state-of-the-art Cancer Day Centre at the new Royal Adelaide Hospital that will deliver 17,000 treatments each year to South Australians with cancer.