Fixed-wing aerial shark patrols will begin along Adelaide’s metro and south coast waters tomorrow, approximately two weeks earlier than scheduled.
Walkways and viewing areas along the River Torrens at Hindmarsh have been re-opened following the completion of work by SA Water to stabilise the nearby riverbank in time for the Brewery Christmas lights display.
More than 320,000 people are expected to line the streets of Adelaide tomorrow for the 85th Credit Union Christmas Pageant.
The State Labor Government has committed its share of the $200 million duplication of the Joy Baluch AM Bridge in Port Augusta and is calling on the Federal Government to do the same.
The State Government’s attempts to crack down on drug-drivers have been shamefully stalled by the Liberal Party, who inexplicably want to weaken the existing law and allow people using medicinal cannabis to be able to drive.
The State Government will invest more than $11.9 million into an Aboriginal Education Strategy which includes expanding two successful programs that are delivering results for Indigenous youth.
The State Government will deliver payroll tax relief to small business equivalent to that proposed in the Budget Measures Bill, and will introduce a new Bill today to pass the Foreign Investor Surcharge and increase it to 7 per cent.
SA Water has completed an $11.4 million capacity upgrade of the wastewater network that services the majority of the Adelaide CBD and the city’s south-eastern suburbs.
South Australia’s trend unemployment rate is at a five year low, according to the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics Labour Force data.
As South Australia celebrates 40 years since the start of our container deposit scheme, we are leading the nation in recycling beverage containers.
The Northern Connector Project continues to deliver for local businesses and workers with the completion of a concrete batching plant set to provide further employment opportunities as construction of the $885 million project continues.
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.