International tourism is booming in South Australia with figures showing expenditure has cracked the billion dollar mark for the first time.
The State Government has unveiled a new space studies program with $50,000 in scholarships to the University of South Australia’s highly-regarded International Space University’s (ISU) Southern Hemisphere Space Studies Program.
I offer my heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Kirsty Boden.
A sheep and beef property near Myponga is implementing innovative farming solutions to improve productivity and protect natural resources, including by restoring native vegetation to watercourses and thereby benefitting the Gulf of St Vincent.
Adelaide Hills residents will have access to an on-site emergency doctor 24 hours a day at the Mount Barker District Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital, with the State Government today announcing funding of $800,000 in 2017-18, increasing to $1.9 million indexed from 2018-19.
The State Government has announced it will invest almost $13 million for new floor coverings, external painting and paving for 110 schools across the State.
South Australia is exporting more than ever, with the trend for total exports reaching a new high in chain volume terms of $15.1 billion in the 12 months to March 2017, today’s ABS figures show.
South Australia’s only broccolini grower is expanding its facilities, increasing production and creating five new jobs with support from a $40,000 State Government grant.
SA Water has completed a $9.8 million upgrade of Victor Harbor’s sewer network, which will help cater for new residential and community developments, including the recently completed Fleurieu Regional Aquatic Centre.
Young trainees from the Adelaide Hills, Fleurieu Peninsula and Kangaroo Island will today attend their first induction as part of the State Government’s $4 million Regional Youth Traineeship Program.
Global innovation specialist, technology entrepreneur and CEO of Disrupter, Dr Tom Hajdu, has been appointed as South Australia’s first Chief Advisor on innovation.
Kangaroo Island residents could attend part of the Islands of the World Conference for free, thanks to the State Government, as local students take centre-stage at the prestigious event.