Ahead of the Queen’s Birthday long weekend, South Australia’s road safety authorities are issuing a reminder about the dangers of being under the influence of drugs and alcohol when behind the wheel.
New LED enhanced ‘Give Way’ signs are being installed on the Britannia Roundabout and on Walkerville Terrace to reduce crashes caused by motorists who fail to give way.
South Australia’s incomparable nature is the focus of the first Nature-based Tourism Summit in Adelaide today, as tourism operators and government work together to make our state a world leader in nature-based tourism.
A progress summary on South Australia’s marine park network has been published online to celebrate World Oceans Day today.
The State Government welcomes today’s news that Australian shipbuilders Austal and ASC will partner to win the contract to build the $35 billion Future Frigate in Adelaide.
Large-scale defence exercises at the Cultana Training Area and Woomera Range Complex present huge economic potential to Upper Spencer Gulf communities, as outlined in the South Australian Government’s submission presented to a Senate inquiry in Port Augusta this morning.
The State Government has again activated its Code Blue emergency winter response for people sleeping rough due to forecast very cold overnight conditions.
Tens of thousands of Socceroos fans heading to tomorrow night’s historic FIFA World Cup Qualifying match at Adelaide Oval are expected to take advantage of free public transport.
South Australia’s State Final Demand, which is a measure of growth in spending in the economy, has grown by significantly more than the national average in the March quarter and over the past year, on both trend and seasonally adjusted terms.
South Australia is calling on the Federal Government to establish a national space agency headquartered in Canberra, but with its operational base in Adelaide.
Adelaide’s crucial Oaklands Crossing project will proceed following agreement between the Commonwealth and South Australian governments along with the local council.
Works are set to start on a 250,000 tonne crushing project for the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Main Access Road Upgrade project after the contract was awarded to a South Australian business.