Jay Weatherill Premier of South Australia
The State Government today welcomed the announcement by Masters Home Improvement that they will build 11 new stores in Adelaide over the next six years.
Critical GP support is being provided at the scenes of medical emergencies across areas of rural South Australia, thanks to an innovative Country Health SA (CHSA) initiative.
The Fines Enforcement and Recovery Unit has banked over $15 million since its doors opened in January.
Flu notifications have increased in South Australia by more than 40 per cent prompting a warning to all South Australians to get a flu shot this year to protect themselves, their family and the community, from the potentially deadly illness.
A brand new helipad has been unveiled at the Lyell McEwin Hospital, improving access to life- saving treatment for critically ill patients.
The South Australian Government is considering the recommendations of a final report into South Australia’s Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Land Rights Act 1981, which has been publicly released today.
There is a wave of ambitious young publicans within Adelaide, who are determined to do things differently. They're building small bars in the forgotten spaces of the city, with an emphasis on craft, quality and intimacy. Their mantra is customer service, creating an atmosphere of localism -- a feeling of belonging.
An unprecedented investment is being made in Adelaide, South Australia's infrastructure. See the city's iconic health, entertainment and sustainable transport projects and how they fit together to create a vibrant city with world-class facilities.
The next step in revitalising Adelaide â€“ the improvement of the cityâ€™s underused laneways â€“ will begin with the closure to traffic of historic Leigh Street