Jay Weatherill Premier of South Australia
Regionally-based small-scale food organisations will be able to access grant funding to help build a stronger regional food presence around South Australia.
All available Adelaide Oval Express buses, trains and trams will be in service for a bumper crowd expected for tonight’s final Port Adelaide home game of the season.
The Commonwealth and South Australian Governments are getting on with building the infrastructure for the 21st century with early works on the North-South Corridor Torrens Road to River Torrens project beginning today at Ashwin Parade.
The success of Peel Street bar Clever Little Tailor has been recognised with a nomination for Bar of the Year in the prestigious Gourmet Traveller awards.
A new project that will give a group of young Indian cricketers the opportunity to experience the State’s world class cricket facilities as part of Adelaide’s 2015 Cricket World Cup program was yesterday launched in Delhi by Premier Jay Weatherill.
The State Government has welcomed a campaign launched today by Council on the Ageing (COTA) Australia which calls for the Federal Government to overturn proposed pension changes.
The State Government has welcomed continued job growth at BioSA’s business incubators as proof of the job-generating power of the State’s bioscience and advanced manufacturing industries.
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