30 Nov 2018

Funding boost for music education in South Australia

The State Government is injecting $7 million into a new music education strategy aimed at strengthening and expanding the quality of music education across South Australian primary schools, preschools and early childhood services.

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30 Nov 2018

Simplified funding model to support students with disabilities

Students with disabilities are set to have easier access to the help they need, with the State Government announcing a new model for supporting mainstream students and preschoolers with a disability.

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30 Nov 2018

Government subsidies driving more apprenticeships

The State Government has announced that hundreds of vocational courses will be subsidised to provide South Australians better opportunities to enter the workforce by taking on an apprenticeship or traineeship.

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29 Nov 2018

Stronger penalties for domestic and family violence perpetrators

People who repeatedly breach intervention orders will now face up to four years in jail or fines of up to $20,000, under laws that have now passed State Parliament.

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29 Nov 2018

Statement re ICAC report into SafeWork SA

The State Government welcomes the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption’s Evaluation of the Practices, Policies and Procedures of the Regulatory Arm of SafeWork SA, which was tabled today in State Parliament.

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29 Nov 2018

Ministerial Statement - Hon Corey Wingard MP

I rise to address the House on an important issue of community and road Safety.

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29 Nov 2018

Grain harvest estimated at 4.9 million tonnes

South Australia’s 2018–19 grain harvest has fallen to an estimated 4.9 million tonnes with harvest now underway – affirming the challenging seasonal conditions across the state during winter and spring.

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28 Nov 2018

Marshall Government seeks to repeal labour hire laws

The Marshall Liberal Government has today introduced legislation aimed at removing labour hire laws introduced by the former government.

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28 Nov 2018

New sector taskforce to be formed to address housing and homelessness

The State Government will form a new sector and industry taskforce to help develop a new Housing and Homelessness Strategy for South Australia. 

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28 Nov 2018

Union bosses lose crucial support as most schools choose to stay open despite tomorrow’s strike

Union bosses from the Australian Education Union have lost considerable community and teacher support, with an overwhelming majority of government schools and preschools choosing to stay open during tomorrow’s half-day strike.

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