South Australia’s new $200 million Future Jobs Fund will help small businesses create jobs, and will be underpinned by the Major Bank Levy, the 10th Ministerial Small Business Roundtable was told at today’s post Budget briefing.
Climate Change Minister Ian Hunter and Deputy Lord Mayor of Adelaide Megan Hender today opened ‘The General Story’ display, a fun, innovative and interactive way to learn about food waste through the experiences of everyday food items found in your fridge or pantry.
The State Government will provide $10,000 to the Friends of Whyalla Conservation Park to replace vital equipment and resources taken when their storage shed was broken into earlier this year.
New lighting and timber decking has been installed on the Largs Bay Jetty as part of a $300,000 upgrade to improve safety and extend the life of the community asset.
The new Royal Adelaide Hospital’s Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs) are on the move and ready to receive their first missions, with testing and commissioning now complete.
South Australia is set to star on the global tourism stage with the announcement the nation’s largest travel conference will be hosted in Adelaide next year.
The Whyalla Aboriginal Early Intervention project will receive $20,000 in funding as part of the Crime Prevention and Community Safety Grants Program.
The State Budget reflects an overall ongoing State Government commitment to the Regional Development Fund (RDF) of $105 million through until 2020/21.
A new website has been launched to showcase South Australian opportunities for jobseekers and local businesses.
After almost 30 years, train services will return to the heart of Port Adelaide with a $16.4 million State Budget commitment to build a new spur line and train station.
The first Australian designed, engineered and manufactured electric bus to be used on a public transport system in Australia will be launched by Premier Jay Weatherill in Northern Adelaide today.
Young trainees from the Limestone Coast will today attend their first induction as part of the State Government’s $4 million Regional Youth Traineeship Program.