South Australia is endeavouring to lead the development of new nationally consistent laws, that will stem the supply of chemicals used to manufacture crystal methamphetamine (ice).
News release - Peter Malinauskas
Two donated South Australian fire trucks have started their journey to Tonga, part of a 14 year alliance between the Metropolitan Fire Service (MFS) and the Tongan Fire and Emergency Services (TFES).
The South Australian Government is taking a zero tolerance approach to drug driving, with legislation being introduced to Parliament today proposing an immediate loss of licence for first time offenders.
To mark the beginning of National Road Safety Week, along with the fourth UN Global Road Safety Week, the Motor Accident Commission (MAC) has released a commemorative video showcasing 10 years of road safety campaigns.
A state-wide roll out of body worn cameras for frontline police is now underway, with every officer to be equipped with the technology within three years.
Motorcyclists riding through the Adelaide Hills will soon benefit from a $400,000 investment to improve rider safety through new and upgraded guard rails, line marking and signage.
South Australians are today encouraged to reflect on the service and sacrifice of firefighters locally and around the world.
Fire Danger season officially ends today (30 April), with SA Country Fire Service (CFS) volunteers having responded to more than 6,000 incidents during the season.
New State Government powers over the electricity market are now in place, putting effective control back in the hands of South Australians for the first time since the privatisation of ETSA.
In a win for local business, the Metropolitan Fire Service (MFS) has selected a South Australian-owned company to provide the new station boot for its firefighters.
Minister for Justice Michael Keenan and South Australian Minister for Emergency Services Peter Malinauskas today announced more than $3.8 million in funding for South Australian disaster resilience initiatives.
South Australians are being reminded of the fragility of life this Easter, and being urged to drive with care ahead of the long weekend.