Jay Weatherill Premier of South Australia
Hon Tom Koutsantonis MP
Hon Leon Bignell MP
The most difficult phase of the Adelaide Convention Centre Redevelopment has been completed with 1,700 tonnes of structural steel framing in place metres above Adelaideâ€™s busiest railway station.
Our Cultural Collections – an online guide to the treasures held by South Australia’s collecting institutions – has been released to the public.
Sustainability, Environment and Conservation Minister Ian Hunter has paid tribute to a leading voice behind South Australia’s successful campaign for a healthy River Murray - Clayton Bay fisherman Henry Jones, who has died after a long illness.
South Australia Police (SAPol) figures released today confirm a dramatic drop in offending behaviour in the city, including violence, since the introduction of the Government’s crackdown on alcohol fuelled violence six months ago.
Four Mile Uranium Mine in the State’s north will begin operating this week, confirming South Australia’s position as the nation’s uranium capital.
The Chief Executive of the Environment Protection Authority, Professor Campbell Gemmell, will be leaving his position to return to Scotland.
The State Government is urging the Transport Workers Union and SouthLink to go back to the negotiation table and sort out their issues before a 24 hour strike proposed for next week goes ahead.
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