The State Government has announced a $2 million fund to help build a world leading Digital Games Development Hub in Adelaide, which is expected to create up to 500 new local jobs in the multi-billion dollar industry.
News releases - Jay Weatherill
Leading cyber security company, VeroGuard Systems, announced plans today to build a major advanced manufacturing facility in Northern Adelaide creating nearly 600 new jobs in its first three years.
The State Government team that is delivering the South Australian River Murray Sustainability (SARMS) Program received the highest honour at the national public sector awards last night.
The Upper House will today set aside its Budget legislation, including the Major Bank Levy and key job creation measures, with the Bill being blocked by the Liberal Party, Australian Conservatives and Advance SA.
The State Government has today announced funding of up to $2.5 million to revamp ageing sporting facilities at Goodwood Oval at Millswood.
South Australia now has access to an additional 276 MW of electricity generation, with the State’s new power plant installed in time for the warmer summer months.
Voting for more than 1,600 neighbourhood-improvement projects closes one week from today (Monday, 20 November), with people across the State being encouraged to have their say.
Changing common perspectives about children and advocating for their rights as citizens from birth will be the basis of this year’s Re-Imagining Childhood Conference being held in Adelaide this week.
Global leader in renewable energy, Enzen Global Solutions, has expanded international operations into Australia with the opening of a head office in the Adelaide CBD.
An international operatic masterpiece, two companies celebrating disabled artists and grain silos transformed into a giant art canvas are among the finalists in the 12th annual Ruby Awards, announced today.
South Australia has secured the Australian WOMAD license for an additional five years, with State Government funding guaranteeing WOMADelaide as a festival highlight until at least 2024.
Premier Jay Weatherill is bringing together key industry and Government representatives to ensure maximum South Australian participation in the $692 million Building Better Schools program.