South Australian emergency services personnel are currently on standby, ready to assist Queensland’s emergency services in the response to Cyclone Debbie.
News release - Peter Malinauskas
Shoulder sealing on the Mallee Highway, west of Sherlock, and the Barrier Highway, between Manna Hill and Yunta, is soon to commence as part of a program of road safety improvements in rural areas.
Road safety will be improved between Blackwood and Goolwa as a result of a $1 million project that will see the installation of guard fences and motorcycle protection barriers along three key roads.
Motorbike riders will be allowed to ‘lane filter’ on SA roads from 15 April 2017 following changes to the road rules intended to align SA’s laws to those in other States.
Ahead of National Ride2School Day (Friday 17 March), the State Government has released a video illustrating how bike maintenance contributes to safe cycling.
South Australians are being urged to be extra vigilant on the roads over the Adelaide Cup long weekend.
A $1.1 million project to improve safety and traffic flow at the Salisbury Highway intersection with Elder Smith Road, Mawson Lakes commences this week.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Today is National Red Balloon Day and firefighters across the country are being honoured for their dedication and commitment.