Global engineering support services company Babcock International Group officially opened the doors to its new Australasian Regional Support Centre in Adelaide today in an expansion expected to create more than 48 highly-skilled new jobs in South Australia.
The Regional Council of Goyder has received a $100 000 grant through the Local Government Stimulus Program to construct an enclosure for the Burra Jinker.
A new South Australian Government Radio Network (SAGRN) site in Waterloo is now operational, part of the $154.5 million upgrade to improve emergency services communications across the State.
A new $4m project bringing together the aged care industry with top research institutions will place South Australia at the forefront of the health and ageing sector.
Minister for Recreation and Sport Leon Bignell is in the Mid North town of Halbury to officially open the second stage of a commemorative cycling trail honouring the memory of talented young cyclist, Shamus Liptrot.
The second stage of a transport project - which has already reaped an estimated $56m in benefits to primary producers - is set to start with a new survey launched at Country Cabinet.
South Australians are right to expect the Federal Government to stand by its pre-election promise of 90 per cent local industry content in the Future Submarines program.
The number of people caught drug driving in the morning (6am-12pm) has nearly doubled in the past five years, with drink driving offences reducing by 32% in the same period.
Grant funding of $299,696 has been awarded to Clare Valley Waste, which will kickstart an upgrade to its recyclables processing facility, cut the amount of material going to landfill and create two new jobs.
A new Natural Resources Centre and Regional Hub will be officially opened in Clare today, a ‘one stop shop’ where the community can seek information and advice about natural resource management in the region.
A $3.18 million commitment from the Regional Development Fund announced today backs the State Government’s commitment to making water available for agricultural use from the Bundaleer Reservoir.
Port Pirie based recycler Nyrstar is upgrading its facility so it can expand the range of electronic waste (e-waste) for processing in South Australia.