Building better schools

More than $690 million will be invested in improving, refurbishing and expanding capacity at 91 public schools across the State.

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Renewable Technology Fund

Investment Guidelines have been released and calls are now open for projects.

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Investing in your local hospital

Find out more about improvements in your local hospital

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Future jobs fund

State Government is stepping forward to support industries that are growing jobs today and creating the jobs of tomorrow.

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SA Fruit for SA Kids

Right bite - fresh fruit and veg every day in your classroom.

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$1.1 BILLION

2017-18 State Budget includes $1.1 billion investment in health to support modern health services.

New Royal Adelaide Hospital

The 800-bed new Royal Adelaide Hospital will be the state’s flagship hospital.

Flinders Medical Centre

Two new operating theatres are being built and the Emergency Department is being expanded.

Lyell McEwin Hospital

More than $50m is being invested to create a new, bigger, world-class Emergency Department.

SA’s next top artists take the prize

Five young South Australian artists are taking on the world after being awarded the inaugural Carclew Fellowships worth more than $50,000.

Angus Mason, a jazz drummer who started playing when he was 10 has received $10,400 to travel to New York for workshops and master classes with industry greats.

Fifteen-year-old Imogen Walters was awarded $12,000 to continue her traineeship at the world famous Bolshoi Ballet academy in Moscow.

With a $12,000 grant, Jesse Budel will undertake a two-month tour of the US-Canadian West Coast, cultivating skills in environmental music practices.

Writer Sanja Grozdanic received $11,400 to travel to Bosnia to research and produce a body of work relating to the experience of the Yugoslavian diaspora.

And dancer Christopher Dyke received $12,000 to undertake a residency program with mentor Kyle Page and the Dancenorth company in Queensland.

Background

The Fellowships will be formally presented at a special ceremony at Carclew's Dusk Arts Market in its magnificent house and gardens on Tuesday 6 December.

The Carclew Fellowship Program encourages any artist or arts worker aged 26 years or under to pitch a professional development proposal for up to $12,000. Fellowships are open to all creative mediums, as well as technical, administration and production areas of the arts. Applications for 2017 will open in May.

Quotes attributable to Arts Minister Jack Snelling

These five artists are so very deserving of this.

With Carclew’s financial assistance, these young South Australians will take their skills and knowledge to the next level, to refine their art and further enrich our culture.

Quotes attributable to Carclew Chief Executive Tricia Walton

There’s no doubt that we’re going to be watching, reading and listening to these young artists for many, many years to come.

That’s not just because they are incredibly talented, it’s also because they are dedicated and motivated.