South Australia has called on other state and territory governments to stop stalling on programmes to return additional environmental water to the Murray-Darling Basin now that an independent review has confirmed that such programmes would yield positive socio-economic benefits.

Works have begun on 10 priority wetland sites with the aim of improving the River Murray’s riverine health.

The Adelaide Festival Centre redevelopment today reaches an exciting milestone, with the Walk of Fame unveiled on the northern promenade.

More than 100,000 residents in Adelaide's northeast will continue to receive clean drinking water with the completion of the upgrade of SA Water's Hope Valley water storage tank.

SA Water will invest approximately $12 million to build a new 36 kilometre pipeline from Peterborough to Orroroo to improve the quality of drinking water supplied to the town.

Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis has labelled Steven Marshall disloyal to his own candidate for allowing the funnelling of funds to independent MP for Mount Gambier Troy Bell when the Liberals have their own candidate running in the seat.


Country nursing students with a passion for helping others and determination to succeed are encouraged to apply for a new scholarship offered in memory of the “Angel of London Bridge”, Kirsty Boden.

The State Labor Government has today announced Lendlease has been awarded the contract to deliver stage one of the $615 million Gawler Electrification project.

The Federal Court has dismissed an appeal by SA Power Networks to charge more for electricity distribution, which would have increased bills for all South Australians.

South Australia’s trend unemployment figure and seasonally adjusted figure both sit at 5.9 per cent, according to the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics Labour Force data.

The State Government has today gone to market to find new mixed-use headquarters for the State Emergency Service (SES), Country Fire Service (CFS) and South Australian Fire and Emergency Services Commission (SAFECOM).

The State Government has activated its homelessness Code Red in response to forecast extreme heat over the coming days.