South Australians are another step closer to cheaper and more reliable electricity with the release of a Project Assessment Conclusions report into the viability of an interconnector between South Australia and New South Wales.
New stronger, nationally consistent screening laws for people wanting to work or volunteer with children in South Australia are set to come into effect from July 1 2019.
The State Government has this week begun consulting with local businesses and the community as the City South Tram Line Replacement Project gets underway.
The Marshall Liberal Government has delivered on another election commitment to the seafood sector as it releases the KPMG report into PIRSA’s cost recovery of fisheries and aquaculture.
The Marshall Liberal Government has launched more than $3 million of wine tourism campaigns designed to attract international visitors to the state’s famous wine regions.
The Marshall Liberal Government has delivered on its commitment to invest $500,000 in the McLaren Vale District War Memorial Hospital.
Recreational fishers have less than a week left to nominate for the new Minister’s Recreational Fishing Advisory Council.
A scoping study will be undertaken for the National Gallery for Aboriginal Art and Cultures, to be established on the old Royal Adelaide Hospital site at Lot Fourteen; another step towards the Marshall Liberal Government delivering on a key election commitment.
The State Government has launched a $28 million assistance program to support new and existing businesses and research enterprises, with a focus on the former Royal Adelaide Hospital site, now known as Lot Fourteen.
Changes to the way gambling barring orders are processed are making it easier for South Australians who are either experiencing or are at risk of gambling harm.