The next section of the North-South Corridor, the Regency Road to Pym Street Project, has taken the next step with Expressions of Interest (EOI) to prequalified industry groups will be released today for major works.
A revitalised Training and Skills Commission has been announced as part of a Marshall Liberal Government commitment to enhance skills and workforce development, by providing industry with a strengthened voice.
A call to action has been issued for the entire Riverland community to eradicate waste material that could be a host for fruit fly after an outbreak of Q-fly was detected in Loxton on Thursday.
Aboriginal language and developing a culturally inclusive curriculum have been identified as essential focus areas of the State Government’s new Aboriginal Education Strategy.
Almost every government school in the state will have a high-speed, fibre optic internet connection by mid-2020 under a landmark contract between the Marshall Liberal Government and Telstra worth more than $80 million.
Premier Steven Marshall will today launch the first South Australian Government Aboriginal Affairs Action Plan.
State Government announces grants to host events to celebrate the 125th anniversary of women’s suffrage
The State Government will offer grants of up to $5,000 to local councils and non-for-profit organisations to host events and develop initiatives that celebrate the 125th anniversary of women’s suffrage in South Australia in 2019.
New laws mandating a three-year minimum expiry date for gift cards and tough new anti-ticket scalping laws have come into effect in South Australia.
The world’s fourth largest public company*, Berkshire Hathaway Inc. - led by Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett - is investing in South Australia, reaffirming the State’s business credentials under the reformist Marshall Liberal Government.
An outbreak of Queensland fruit fly (Q-fly) has been detected in Loxton following the discovery of seven male flies.