Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis today said the announcement that the big four banks will abolish ATM fees demonstrates the hypocrisy of their campaign against the SA major bank levy.
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The State Government will defer the start date of the Energy Security Target to 2020.
The State Government today released a Hydrogen Roadmap designed to accelerate investment in hydrogen infrastructure and technologies in South Australia.
A comprehensive review of South Australia’s mining laws has recommended 82 changes to the existing laws and policies following widespread consultation with community and industry.
Spending in South Australia surged ahead by 4 per cent in the last financial year, powering economic growth.
Energy Minister Tom Koutsantonis today said that two reports by Australia’s national energy market operator prove the State Government’s energy plan is working.
Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis says he’s not surprised BusinessSA has lost court action to be exempted from payroll tax, labelling their claim to charity status as laughable.
It’s now been nine days since embattled Liberal Leader Steven Marshall cut a media conference about the Troy Bell theft allegations short and walked away while journalists were still asking questions.
Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis today called on Steven Marshall to return from his "pre-arranged” leave and face the crisis that has engulfed the Liberal Party since Troy Bell was charged with multiple serious criminal offenses and placed on bail.
Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis today declared the Upper Spencer Gulf an Economic Participation Region for the next four years, under the State Government’s Industry Participation Policy.
Embattled Liberal leader Steven Marshall has many questions to answer surrounding his handling of one of his MPs being charged with serious criminal offences arising out of an ICAC investigation.
South Australian-based company Consolidated Power Projects (CPP) have been engaged to help construct South Australia’s grid-scale battery.