The first of the State Government’s Future Jobs Fund grants has been awarded to Minda to establish a regional office in Mount Gambier.
With more than 72,000 local jobs now linked to international trade, South Australian exporters are helping to build a new South Australia.
Final preparations for the move of patients from the Repatriation General Hospital (RGH) to new state-of-the-art facilities at Flinders Medical Centre, refurbished wards at Noarlunga Hospital and the new Jamie Larcombe Centre are underway, with the first patients to be moved early next week.
The number of special options placements for students with disability will be expanded over the next two years, increasing the total number of places by a further 154.
Minister for Tourism Leon Bignell today welcomed South Australia’s first scheduled Dreamliner service – adding to the State’s list of recent aviation successes.
South Australia's leadership in the storage of renewable energy has attracted the organisers of the 2018 Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition, who have chosen Adelaide to host next year's event.
The 2017 Multicultural Festival (Sunday, 5 November) is shaping up to be the biggest and brightest yet, with more than 75 community groups representing 45 ethnicities registered to take part.
Premier Jay Weatherill says allegations of rorting by upstream irrigators are so widespread, there must be a Royal Commission to establish all of the facts.
South Australia has issued a global call for accelerators and incubators to run and deliver services to support space start-ups and early stage businesses grow jobs and develop new technology.
The 340km stretch between Two Wells and Whyalla is South Australia’s first designated Economic Corridor, becoming a focal point for increased employment and investment.
A fun-filled celebration featuring food trucks, live music, children’s activities and beer, wine and cider from Adelaide Hills producers will be held on Sunday 5 November to celebrate Mount Lofty Botanic Garden’s 40th birthday.
Householders are being urged to take advantage of a free drop-off day for unwanted chemicals such as paint, cleaning products and pesticides.