A new microenterprise program for people on low incomes will be launched in Salisbury today.
News releases - Zoe Bettison
South Australia has taken another step toward being a better place to age with the launch of the Age Friendly SA Strategy.
Responsible Gambling Awareness Week (22-28 May) kicks off today with this year’s theme being ‘family and friends of people impacted by gambling’.
Housing and homelessness ministers from across the country meet in Adelaide today discuss national housing and homelessness issues, policies and reform.
National Volunteer Week starts today with South Australia’s annual volunteer parade leaving from the Torrens Parade Ground from 10am.
The State Government is combining all government property maintenance contracts in the APY Lands into a single $29 million contract that will create local employment opportunities for Aboriginal people and improve maintenance services in the region.
The South Australian Government is continuing to respond to requests for support in the wake of Cyclone Debbie with a 17 member team of recovery staff heading off at 7am this morning to provide respite to Queensland recovery staff.
Community organisations can access grants of up to $50,000 in the latest round of Grants SA funding.
Today’s state launch of National Youth Week will kick-start a week of live music, sports events, exhibitions and a host of other activities especially for young people.
The first State Aboriginal Women’s Gathering for 2017 will be held in Whyalla today.
Nominations are now open for the 2017 South Australian Volunteer Awards.
Multicultural Affairs Minister Zoe Bettison has congratulated the 34 finalists and 17 winners recognised at today’s presentation of the Governor’s Multicultural Awards.