The State Government has welcomed confirmation the Catholic Church’s dioceses of Adelaide and Port Pirie are now formally participating in the National Redress Scheme.
Changes to managing South Australia’s iconic snapper including spatial closures in both the Spencer Gulf and Gulf St Vincent have been agreed, following consultation with the commercial, charter and recreational fishing sectors.
Full-time, face-to-face legal services in the Riverland have returned with the opening of the new Riverland Community Justice Centre in Kay Avenue.
The Women's and Children's Hospital will benefit from $50 million worth of sustainment works, announced by the Marshall Liberal Government today.
An expert roundtable has warned further criminalising bullying behaviour in schools would not address the issue and has instead urged the Government to examine other mechanisms.
The State Government will close the 12-bed Queenstown Community Unit in response to ongoing concerns regarding the care of children and young people living in the large-scale residential care facility.
The South Australian Government will seek further commitment from state and federal counterparts to deliver the Murray-Darling Basin Plan in full and on time, at Friday’s Ministerial Council in Melbourne.
2018-19 Mid-Year Budget Review confirms return to surplus as operation to stem CALHN’s budget bleeding continues
The Marshall Government’s 2018-19 State Budget is on track to deliver a return to surplus and maintain projected surpluses across each year of the forward estimates, according to the Mid-Year Budget Review (MYBR), released today.
Opportunities for school children across South Australia are set to skyrocket following on from yesterday’s historic announcement to locate the Australian Space Agency headquarters in Adelaide at Lot Fourteen.
Auditor-General critical of Labor's secret deal in controversial $1.6bn Lands Titles Office sell-off
The former Labor government has been strongly criticised by the Auditor-General over the secret deal it struck as part of its controversial $1.605 billion privatisation of the Lands Titles Office.