The State Government has today released a strategy to reduce the growth of Crystal Methamphetamine (ice) use in SA through reducing supply and increasing treatment, family support and education.
South Australia’s headline unemployment rate was down 0.4 to 6.9 per cent in May, according to the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics Labour Force data.
All 14 residents from the Makk and McLeay wards at Oakden Older Persons Mental Health Service have now been relocated to the Northgate Aged Care facility.
Water and sewerage pricing for 2017/18 will be capped at 2.1 per cent on average, to reflect the Consumer Price Index (CPI).
Funding of $30,000 will be shared between three South Australian-based companies to develop their abilities to attract venture capital and other funding with the help of photonics commercialisation experts.
Following a report from the Independent Certifier, the State Government last night signed off on Commercial Acceptance of the new Royal Adelaide Hospital, with the world class health facility on track to open on Tuesday 5 September.
Three Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) focusing on farming, food and transport will open in South Australia with support from the Premier’s Research and Industry Fund.
The State Government will strengthen bail and parole laws to keep people with links to terrorism behind bars.
Giant birds’ nests on towers made of recycled timber and weighing tens of tonnes are being installed in Morialta Conservation Park today in the next exciting stage of the construction of a huge nature-inspired adventure playground.
Steven Marshall has once again proved that he is bereft of his own policy ideas and prefers to wait for instructions from the Federal Liberal Party.
The future of grassroots child welfare group Puddle Jumpers is looking brighter with a new home identified for the Forestville-based child welfare group.
The State Government and Federal Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie are seeking community feedback on proposed changes to the LinkSA Goolwa to Adelaide bus route.