The Government is offering up to $25,000 for world-class business ideas that will entice more tourists to visit the Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary, a significant shorebird site on the East Asian-Australasian Flyway.
Forty-one schools in the Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges region have received grants totalling more than $70,000 to support environmental projects including creating bush tucker gardens, building frog ponds and restoring bandicoot habitat.
Disabilities Minister Katrine Hildyard is visiting Ceduna today for the State Government’s National Disability Insurance Scheme community information expo.
South Australia’s water management expertise are being put to work in India, with several key initiatives significantly progressed during the South Australian Government trade mission to India this week.
His Honour Judge Steven Dolphin has been appointed President of the South Australian Employment Tribunal (SAET).
New advanced manufacturing jobs and export opportunities will flow from a new partnership between South Australian suspension maker, Supashock and an Indian automotive manufacturer.
Port Lincoln-based Eyre Peninsula Seafoods can now expand its mussel market internationally with the introduction of value-adding, innovative technology – made possible by a $500,000 State Government grant.
South Australia’s fruit fly defences will be strengthened in the coming months with a detector dog patrolling Adelaide Airport to sniff out any fruit coming in from interstate.
Works commence today to upgrade Josie Agius Park / Wikaparntu Wirra (Park 22) courts so that thousands of netballers of all ages and abilities can enjoy high-quality facilities.
Facilities to attract and keep visitors in the lower Eyre Peninsula will be built at the Glen-Forest Tourist Park and Vineyard with the support of a $193,750 Regional Development Fund grant.
Cummins-based family mill Butterfields Farm Direct Stock Feeds will increase its production through a $347,932 Regional Development Fund grant.
Changing common perspectives about children and advocating for their rights as citizens from birth will be the basis of this year’s Re-Imagining Childhood Conference being held in Adelaide this week.