The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) has today warned of future power supply shortfalls unless gas production is increased and supplied to electricity generators.
Riverland and Mid-Murray communities understand how important a healthy River Murray is for their economic and social prosperity, and funding is now available to ensure the river and its wetlands thrive.
Women are being employed at almost twice the national rate on the $985 million Northern Connector Project, which continues to set new standards for recruitment and local participation.
Adelaide artists have the chance to apply for a grant or win a new award – both designed to help reduce costs for local acts planning to participate in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this August.
Energy Minister Tom Koutsantonis has called on Steven Marshall to listen to industry and back an Emissions Intensity Scheme (EIS) for the National Electricity Market.
South Australian Veterans will have ongoing access to specialist mental health services following the development of a new model of care.
Former Supreme Court Justice Mr Tim Anderson QC has been appointed as Chairperson of the inaugural South Australian Planning Commission.
New mandatory standards for cat and dog breeders aimed at stamping out the scourge of puppy and kitten farms in South Australia will come into effect on 1 August.
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.
The first prescribed burn of autumn is planned for Wednesday at Kellidie Bay Conservation Park on the Eyre Peninsula, earlier in the season than usual because of record summer rains promoting vegetation growth.
The State Government has appointed Ms Helen Connolly as South Australia’s first Commissioner for Children and Young People.
The SA Ice Taskforce today hosted the first in a series of community forums designed to engage local stakeholders in the development of a rapid response to the ice epidemic.