The Upper House will today set aside its Budget legislation, including the Major Bank Levy and key job creation measures, with the Bill being blocked by the Liberal Party, Australian Conservatives and Advance SA.
The State Government has today announced funding of up to $2.5 million to revamp ageing sporting facilities at Goodwood Oval at Millswood.
The launch of a new Rajasthan water and resources centre, appointment of an in-market SA wine expert and a partnership agreement between SA firm Supashock and an Indian automotive company are among results of the latest SA business mission to the region.
The first major changes to South Australia’s liquor licensing system in nearly two decades have passed State Parliament, paving the way for a simpler, more effective system.
The first steps to major upgrades on Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) tracks and signalling will commence this weekend as part of the Torrens Rail Junction Project.
Jobs will be a focus of a major conference, the 4th Submarine Science, Technology and Engineering Conference (SubSTEC4), to be opened by Premier Jay Weatherill at the Adelaide Convention Centre today.
The Eco Waste Solutions Resource Recovery Centre officially opened Monday, creating up to 12 new full-time jobs and making it easier for regional centres like Gawler to reprocess or reduce waste.
Eight northern Adelaide companies will share in $442,000 to help with assist with their start-up or expansion in the latest round of the Small Business Development Fund (SBDF).
South Australia now has access to an additional 276 MW of electricity generation, with the State’s new power plant installed in time for the warmer summer months.
The $40 million development of a new office building in Port Adelaide has reached a major milestone, with the completion of the structural frame of the 6-storey building.
Lions 360, an Australian-first experience at Monarto Zoo, has officially been launched today ahead of being opened to the public from this Sunday.
Voting for more than 1,600 neighbourhood-improvement projects closes one week from today (Monday, 20 November), with people across the State being encouraged to have their say.