South Australian motor racing young guns today met with local champion, Nick Percat, on the opening day of the Clipsal 500 Adelaide and experienced what it takes to become a supercar driver.
Following a lengthy formal consultation process, the State Government yesterday met with the SA Alliance for Children and Young People’s Wellbeing to further discuss the Children and Young People (Safety) Bill currently before Parliament.
Summer has officially ended but the fire danger season hasn’t. With Autumn predicted to be warmer and drier than average, South Australians should remain alert for the weeks to come.
This week child protection reform focus groups will meet across South Australia in order to strengthen our current system.
From today, South Australian landowners participating in a national trial, will release RHDV1 K5, a new strain of calicivirus or rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus (RHDV), aimed at managing wild rabbit numbers.
People leaving another state or territory to escape an abusive relationship will have their protections carried with them into South Australia under laws passed by State Parliament yesterday.
A leaked Liberal Party document reveals their election commitment for the environment is no more than their rehashed promise of four years ago.
High achieving vocational education and training students, apprentices, employers, training organisations and teachers are invited to nominate for the 2017 South Australian Training Awards.
The National Gonski Bus Tour begins its epic journey around Australia today, starting from Adelaide High.
A record number of South Australians will be working on public infrastructure projects in 2017, as part of the Government’s $12.1 billion investment in infrastructure.
A new Treaty Commissioner will lead the consultation process about a model for Treaty between the State Government and Aboriginal South Australians.
Today is National Red Balloon Day and firefighters across the country are being honoured for their dedication and commitment.