Business professional Jake Hall-Evans has been endorsed as the Liberal candidate for Hindmarsh in the next Federal Election.
The Marshall Liberal Government has listened to the concerns of South Australians regarding sentence discounts given to offenders who enter early guilty pleas and will review legislation introduced by the former Labor government.
The State Government is kicking more goals thanks to a $19 million funding allocation announced in last week’s Budget to encourage greater participation in sport.
German energy storage giant sonnen will begin assembling its world-leading home battery technology in Adelaide after announcing plans today to establish an Australian headquarters in South Australia.
An industrial dispute between the State Government and the Public Service Association of SA (PSA) before the South Australian Employment Tribunal in relation to planned state-wide industrial action has been resolved, with the union ordered to guarantee minimum staffing levels in prisons tomorrow.
The Liberal Party has today elected Georgina Downer as the Liberal candidate for Mayo to contest the next Federal Election.
The Marshall Government has today revealed the details of its Home Battery Scheme, delivering on its commitment to provide more affordable, reliable, secure energy for all South Australians.
An apprentice electrician has won the state’s most prestigious vocational training and training award at last night’s South Australian Training Awards, hosted by the Training and Skills Commission.
An industrial dispute between the State Government and the Public Service Association of SA (PSA) before the South Australian Employment Tribunal in relation to the union’s planned state-wide industrial action on Monday, has moved to the stage of compulsory conference.
The Marshall Liberal Government will today launch the start of the Skilling South Australia initiative, a $203 million partnership with the Federal Government to create over 20 000 new apprenticeships and traineeships over the next four years.