Jay Weatherill Premier of South Australia
The South Australia-India Council is holding its first meeting in Adelaide today as part of the State Governmentâ€™s long-term strategy to become a significant trade and investment partner with India.
Six teams of entrepreneurs with start-up ideas ranging from a wine-pairing app to a crowd-sourced health tool will pitch their concepts to potential investors and industry experts at Friday’s annual MEGA Pitch Day.
The State Aboriginal Women’s Gathering has a new format this year, with three separate gatherings in different locations across South Australia.
As the festive – and festival – season approaches, the State Government has made it quicker and cheaper for wine and beer stallholders to obtain limited liquor licenses for events.
More support will be provided to South Australians who have a life-limiting illness with the implementation of a new palliative care program.
The State Government has released an Expression of Interest on social impact investment.
Sustainability, Environment and Conservation Minister Ian Hunter today provided Parliament with an update on the process of completing Regional Impact Assessment Statements, which will assess the impact of marine park sanctuary zones in Ceduna, Port Wakefield and Kangaroo Island.
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