Jay Weatherill Premier of South Australia
The competition pool at the SA Aquatic Centre will be named in honour of Australiaâ€™s greatest Paralympian, Matt Cowdrey.
The Adelaide O-Bahn is celebrating its 25th year in full operation today.
A bird sanctuary second only to the Coorong in size and significance will be created on Adelaide’s northern coast following the purchase of 2300 hectares of salt flats.
The South Australian Fines Enforcement and Recovery Unit has issued the first orders authorising the clamping of vehicles either owned or driven by fine dodgers.
The State Government today announced it has sold the site of its Glenside State Drill Core Reference Library to leading South Australian energy company, Beach Energy Ltd.
Children and adults alike are invited to build robots, explore the nervous system, investigate habitats or learn the science of winemaking during the 2014 National Science Week, which begins today.
Today’s NAPLAN data shows that results have remained stable compared to last year.
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