Jay Weatherill Premier of South Australia
The State Government has approved an extension to shop trading hours throughout the December Christmas holiday shopping period.
Commercial forest water licences are to be introduced in the Lower South East, with the declaration of the Lower Limestone Coast Prescribed Wells Area as a declared forestry area.
Hon Gail Gago MLC
The United States’ 42nd President Bill Clinton touched down in Adelaide today to officially launch South Australia’s newest international university.
The South Australian Government will continue working with Clovelly Park and Mitchell Park residents to ensure they’re better consulted and informed about testing in the area, Environment Minister Ian Hunter said today.
Six of the State’s brightest minds will share $172,500 in grants thanks to the State Government’s Catalyst Research Grants program for recent PhD recipients.
Hon Stephen Mullighan MP
The State Government has welcomed an announcement today by Tokyo-based Mitsubishi Corporation to establish a diesel import terminal at Port Bonython.
A local business has received $33,000 in funding to help develop ground-breaking new technology to reduce energy costs and consumption in mineral extraction.
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