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.
New rules which increase scrutiny of generators selling electricity into the wholesale market have been issued in the Australian Energy Market Commission’s (AEMC) draft determination, following a request by the South Australian Government.
Attracting Vietnamese students to study in Adelaide will be the focus of a State Government higher education mission to Vietnam over the next week.
Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis is holding one-on-one meetings with key industry and advocacy groups over the coming weeks as discussions continue on State tax reform.
The Chairman of the Shandong Province People’s Congress and senior educators from some of Shandong’s major universities will return to China later this week with increased understanding of how South Australia can support their province’s rapidly increasing education needs.
More than half a million dollars has been provided to local councils and community groups to fund crime prevention projects.
Premier Jay Weatherill tonight announced the winners of the Premier's Community Excellence Awards in Mining and Energy, at the South Australian Chamber of Mines and Energy Annual Resources Industry Dinner.
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