Visitors to Adelaide with disability will be able to stay in one of 18 short stay apartments with cutting edge assistive technologies as part of the new $100 million U City development on the corner of Franklin and Pitt streets.

Disabilities Minister Katrine Hildyard will visit Port Lincoln and Whyalla today and tomorrow as part of the National Disability Insurance Scheme community expo series hosted by the State Government.

Disabilities Minister Katrine Hildyard is visiting Ceduna today for the State Government’s National Disability Insurance Scheme community information expo.

Eight-time Grand Slam winner Andre Agassi leads a stellar line-up announced for tenth World Tennis Challenge at Memorial Drive on 8-10 January, 2018.

Disabilities Minister Katrine Hildyard is urging Whyalla residents to consider a career in the disability sector ahead of next months National Disability Insurance Scheme Whyalla Expo.

The Port Augusta community will today have the chance to learn more about the National Disability Insurance Scheme with a special community expo being held at Central Oval.

Australia’s Samsung Diamonds take on arch rivals the New Zealand’s Silver Ferns tonight at Titanium Security Arena as part of the Constellation Cup in the latest major international sporting event to be held in Adelaide.

The rollout of the National Disability Insurance Scheme continues as people with disability living in the City of Tea Tree Gully, the Murray Mallee and Limestone Coast regions able to access the scheme from this week.

The State Government will invest a further $275,000 into SANFL women’s and girls football in response to an unprecedented 60 per cent increase in participation since the successful launch of the Australian Football League Women’s competition.

Key elements which could form proposed new legislation focussing on early intervention and the development and wellbeing of South Australian children, young people and their families will go out for public consultation on YourSAy this week.

The search to unearth Australia’s next female cycling champion will get underway in Adelaide tomorrow as part of a new South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) Talent Search program.

South Australians are being given an added incentive to cheer on our State’s sportswomen through a new initiative developed by the South Australian Women in Sport Taskforce.