Jay Weatherill Premier of South Australia
Volunteers from across the State have today been presented with Heritage Heroes Awards from
Minister for Sustainability, Environment and Conservation Paul Caica.
A year-long scoping study investigating ways of reducing salinity in Lake Albert has found that raising and lowering lake levels is the best management option.
Premier Jay Weatherill said today official figures show spending on the search for oil and gas in South Australia had broken through the $500 million barrier in 2013/14 to $531.3 million.
Construction on the new $100 million VUE on King William apartments, will officially commence with a ground breaking ceremony today.
A father and son team who have been instrumental in the growth and success of South Australia’s reproductive health sector were recognised tonight with the 2014 BioSA Technology Achievement Award.
Premier Jay Weatherill and his Ministers will head to the Adelaide Hills, Mount Barker and Alexandrina region in September for the second Country Cabinet meeting this year.
The State Government says a historic court decision and land use agreement with the Kokatha People to be signed today are significant steps towards reconciliation.
The next step in revitalising Adelaide "the improvement of the city's underused laneways" will begin with the closure to traffic of historic Leigh Street