South Australia has topped the nation on business investment, according to today’s CommSec State of the States report.
News release - Peter Malinauskas
Over 60 South Australian business representatives will today visit the Adelaide Pre-release Centre to learn about the benefits of employing pre and post release prisoners.
A new 300-degree virtual reality firearms simulator is now operational at the SA Police Academy, providing police officers with enhanced training for high-risk situations.
The Government has today announced a major policy shift within the State’s correctional system, aimed at improving community safety.
The 2017 MAC Road Safety Round kicks off this weekend and will drive home the importance of road safety amongst country football clubs throughout the state.
The first of a series of rehabilitation programs to be delivered by Port Adelaide Football Club (PAFC) within SA’s prisons and Community Correction Centres has been launched today.
The State Government has announced $480,000 in grants for 256 individuals and organisations in regional areas to enhance frontline emergency response capability.
Twelve community road safety projects totalling almost $590,000 are being funded across the State as part of the Residents Win grant program.
A $7.8 million-dollar project to deliver six world-first fire trucks to the Metropolitan Fire Service (MFS) is nearing completion, culminating in the sixth truck soon hitting the frontline.
The State Government has committed more than $1.1 million towards the redevelopment of the Semaphore Surf Life Saving Club.
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.