The State Government will invest $56 million over four years in modern emergency departments and new operating theatres, as hospitals in Adelaide’s north and south benefit from the State Government’s largest ever investment in suburban hospitals.
The State Government has committed more than $1.1 million towards the redevelopment of the Semaphore Surf Life Saving Club.
South Australia’s kangaroo counters take to the skies today to begin an annual aerial count meant to provide a snapshot of kangaroo populations across the state.
Applications are now open for more than 50 Masters for Teachers scholarships worth up to $20,000 each, and all eligible public education teachers are encouraged to apply.
Events are being held throughout South Australia this week to celebrate the contribution refugees have made to our community as part of Refugee Week and World Refugee Day.
More than $9 million will be spent on a new, extended care facility at Modbury Hospital.
The State Government has completed 36 child protection recommendations from the Child Protection Systems Royal Commission report, The Life They Deserve.
About 50 South Australian primary schools are taking part in the nation’s first large scale roll-out of 3D printing technology.
South Australia’s Minister for the River Murray has welcomed the commitment by Murray-Darling Basin ministers to progress key elements of the Basin Plan to protect the long-term health of the river system.
Today represents an historic milestone in South Australia’s naval shipbuilding history, with ship 1 of the Air Warfare Destroyer program, Hobart, undergoing provisional handover to the Royal Australian Navy.
The State Government welcomes the Administrator’s decision to select NewLake as the preferred bidder of the Arrium business.
Travel times have been cut by up to 33% for motorists using Grote and Wakefield streets, thanks to an Operation Moving Traffic review of traffic light sequencing.