The Government of South Australia and City of Adelaide will reward and celebrate organisations and individuals who are playing their part and reducing the city’s carbon emissions.
News releases - Ian Hunter
One of the most significant coastal dune systems on the Adelaide coastline is on show this Sunday, 24 September, with an open day featuring guided walks, expert talks and fun kids’ activities including a Children’s Coastal Discovery Tour.
SA Water will soon begin talking with Kangaroo Island residents and businesses about water supply priorities, to update the long-term water supply plan for the island.
Adelaide residents are invited to take advantage of free drop-off day for unwanted chemicals such as paint, cleaning products and pesticides, this Saturday at Seaford Meadows.
The State Government will provide extra mental health and counselling services for the LGBTIQ community due to expected increases in demand while the marriage equality postal survey is conducted.
The thrilling new natural play space at Morialta Conservation Park has officially opened, and young and old are already climbing, sliding and playing across the 200-metre adventure playground.
A new kayak launch has been opened to the public as part of $1.7 million in upgrades in Onkaparinga River National Park and Recreation Park.
Smart meter technology provided by SA Water is now in place at 10 schools in regional and metropolitan areas to help the schools improve their water efficiency.
Sixteen projects have received grants of $2.17 million to improve the infrastructure of South Australia’s waste industry, creating up to 48.5 new jobs.
The Premier’s NRM Excellence Award has been awarded to the Australian Landscape Trust (ALT) for its management of Calperum and Taylorville Stations in the Riverland.
A meandering, environmentally sensitive trail route has been approved for the northern section of the Discovery Trail through Tennyson Dunes Conservation Reserve.
The interim report by Mr Ken Matthews into allegations of water theft and corruption in New South Wales confirms the need for an independent judicial inquiry.