Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce’s evasive response to the scathing Four Corners allegations is starting to make it look like there is a National Party cover-up.
News releases - Ian Hunter
SA Water will invest up to $13 million in a new pipeline to connect the lower Yorke Peninsula towns of Warooka and Point Turton to its River Murray network, securing the future of the towns’ water supply.
The New South Wales Government must answer the allegations made on tonight’s Four Corners programme.
Relics from the Star of Greece will be donated to the Willunga Courthouse Museum this week to form part of a new exhibition marking the anniversary of the 1888 wreck.
Thousands more South Australians will be able to enjoy the incredible view at the top of Black Hill and experience more of Hallett Cove Conservation Park’s geological treasures thanks to path upgrades that will enable access for prams and assisted wheelchairs.
Starting today, SA Water will be replacing just over 400 metres of water main under the city bound side of Anzac Highway in Plympton.
An underwater photo of a school of fish swimming above a 1912 shipwreck has won the first-ever Sea Pixels maritime heritage photography competition.
An $11 million investment by the State Government will support growth in the Barossa Valley’s wine industries by delivering an additional three gigalitres of irrigation water to the region’s vineyards.
A South Australian software developer has won the contract to build the state’s new Dogs and Cats Online (DACO) system – a one-stop online service for all registration payments, microchipping and breeder information.
South Australia is celebrating 40 years since the introduction of the container deposit legislation, leading the nation in the recovery, recycling and litter reduction of beverage containers.
The State Government is seeking Expressions of Interest from local government and industry to host new, permanent facilities for the collection of household hazardous chemicals.
South Australia continues to lead the nation with the best recycling rate, with the latest recycling activity survey showing that 81.5 per cent of all waste generated in South Australia was diverted from landfill.