Main South Road between Old Coach and Malpas Roads, Aldinga will benefit from an $11.2 million investment for road safety improvements.
News release - Former minister Tony Piccolo
South Australians can help choose which community groups share in $1 million in grant funding through the next round of the Fund My Community grants program.
The first month of the firearm amnesty has seen 444 firearms surrendered either to police stations or participating dealers.
In 2016 you can choose to make a difference to keep people safe on our roads.
New guidelines for managing road closures will ensure residents are able to access their properties quicker before roads are officially re-opened to the general public.
A variety of South Australian organisations have been awarded road safety grants to help deliver projects that achieve safer and more active travel.
Three next generation rescue trucks were rolled out by the State Emergency Service today.
Safety on three roads in the Fleurieu and Adelaide Hills areas will be improved through shoulder sealing and the installation of safety barriers.
A new video released today by South Australia Police shows families bravely speaking out about their tragic losses on South Australian roads.
The disability sector has today celebrated the signing of the full roll out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
The South Eastern Freeway point-to-point safety cameras will be activated next Tuesday (15 December).
More than 32,000 South Australians living with disability and their families will benefit when the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is fully rolled out in 2019.