Jay Weatherill Premier of South Australia
The State Government has urged retailers, hotels, wineries and other businesses in the tourism sector to make themselves more China focused.
South Australia is offering the opportunity for a student from Qingdao, China – Adelaide’s Sister City – to study here and tour the state for four weeks as an Ambassador for Adelaide.
New statistics have revealed Emergency Department presentations were up by as much as 10 per cent during the busy August and September period this year.
South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill said: Gough Whitlam changed our nation forever.
The State Government has given the green light for a new gold mine in the State’s North East.
South Australia is a step closer to sharing its expertise in exporting technology and opening a pathway for local high-tech companies to enter Chinese markets through a first of its kind initiative signed in China today.
Premier Jay Weatherill has congratulated Nat Cook on her pre-selection as the Labor candidate in the up-coming by-election in the state seat of Fisher.
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