20 Jun 2018

Marshall Liberal Government to introduce legislation to scrap payroll tax for all small businesses

Small businesses across South Australia are set for a major economic boost, with the Marshall Liberal Government today introducing legislation to exempt the state’s 3,200 businesses with taxable payrolls of up to $1.5 million from paying any payroll tax – a saving of up to $44,500 a year.

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19 Jun 2018

ADULT SAFEGUARDING UNIT TO BE ESTABLISHED

The State Government will today introduced landmark legislation to establish an Adult Safeguarding Unit in South Australia.

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19 Jun 2018

SA employers encouraged to participate in major skills survey

South Australian industry and people working in the vocational education and training sector are urged to have their say about the state’s future skills needs in a major survey launched today.

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19 Jun 2018

Infrastructure SA Bill in State Parliament

The long-term prosperity of South Australia will be enhanced with the introduction of the Infrastructure SA Bill into State Parliament this week.

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19 Jun 2018

Flinders University’s driverless shuttle public trial to commence

The State Government will today launch a five year public trial of Flinders University’s driverless electric shuttle.

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19 Jun 2018

Mental health first aid for older South Australians

A specialised mental health first aid training course for families and carers living and working with older people has been launched in South Australia.

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19 Jun 2018

Marshall Government moves to cap council rates

The Marshall Liberal Government will today move to introduce council rate capping legislation to ease cost pressures for South Australian households and businesses.

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18 Jun 2018

Liberal Government to crack down on truancy in our schools

A new Education and Children’s Services Bill will be introduced into Parliament this week, which will include measures to increase the Government’s powers to deal with chronic absenteeism in schools.

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18 Jun 2018

Works underway to tackle rock throwing on Southern Expressway

Works to protect motorists on the Southern Expressway from rock throwing incidents have begun today with steel mesh to be installed over loose rocks along the motorway and additional CCTV cameras to be installed this week.  

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15 Jun 2018

Code Blue continues for rough sleepers across SA

The State Government‘s Code Blue emergency winter response for people sleeping rough across the state remains in place until tomorrow morning, due to the current cold and wet conditions.

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