South Australians are being reminded that a quick barbecue maintenance check can be the difference between spending Australia Day with family and friends, or firefighters.
News release - Peter Malinauskas
The independent report into the September 2016 weather event, led by former Police Commissioner Gary Burns, has today been released by the Government.
Tablet technology enabling police officers to undertake up to 95% of duties from within the field is being introduced across South Australia, following a successful roll out in the Elizabeth Local Service Area.
The Department for Correctional Services is beginning to win the war against contraband within SA prisons, with a 20% reduction in illegal items being seized last financial year.
Nearly 25km of Limestone Coast roads will be upgraded through a maintenance and resealing project, with works commencing on Monday, 16 January 2017.
Major works have kicked off to remove one of Adelaide’s most congested level crossings at South Road, Croydon.
South Australia has recorded its lowest road toll on record at 87 fatalities, and is set to achieve the largest reduction in annual fatalities of any state for 2016.
The State Government in conjunction with the Motor Accident Commission will again deliver free public transport on New Year’s Eve.
The Adelaide Riverbank’s northern promenade will become a boulevard of light from tonight with new feature lighting installed between Montefiore Road and the King William Road bridges.
With a severe heatwave forecast for parts of the State over the Christmas period, South Australians are being urged to prepare now to safeguard the health and wellbeing of themselves and others.
Minister for Justice Michael Keenan and South Australian Minister for Emergency Services Peter Malinauskas today announced $4.176 million in Commonwealth funding to enable communities in South Australia to strengthen their resilience to natural disasters.
A significant road upgrade has been completed at a junction on the outskirts of Williamstown in the Barossa.