Encouraging a greater number of Aboriginal students to complete high school and excel academically is the aim of a renewed strategy involving schools, students and their families.
A State Government grant will help the family of Aboriginal World War I digger Miller Mack, who died in 1919, conduct a special service that will see his remains reinterred, with full military honours, at his home at the Raukkan community, near the Murray Mouth.
Parks Week is a national celebration of the importance of national parks, which begins on 4 March and features free entry to all parks in South Australia on Sunday, 12 March.
The cream of jazz talent from South Australia and beyond will be on show with a Gala Concert to celebrate International Jazz Day on Sunday 30 April.
South Australians will be volunteering far and wide on Sunday, showing pride in their State during the annual Clean Up Australia Day.
The State Government is commencing consultation for its second annual Simplify Day process, focused on cutting unnecessary red tape and removing outdated and redundant legislation.
Individuals and organisations in rural, regional and remote areas across South Australia are encouraged to apply for grants to boost frontline emergency response in local communities.
Premier Jay Weatherill and South Australian ministers will visit Port Pirie, the Yorke Peninsula and the Mid North during the next Country Cabinet in April.
South Australians, particularly younger residents, are being encouraged on World Wildlife Day to be conscious of our State’s unique wildlife and the importance of preserving the animals’ environment.
The Leader of the Opposition Steven Marshall must come clean with South Australians about his besieged GlobeLink proposal.
Following a tragic motorbike accident overnight, Shadow Police Minister Stephan Knoll says that the Liberal response to hoon driving is removing police from the frontline.
Steven Marshall’s Liberals have today defended the privatisation of ETSA as a good thing for South Australia.