The outstanding academic achievements of South Australia’s Year 12 students have been recognised at the SACE Merit Ceremony at Government House today.
The State Government has removed a major barrier preventing people who were abused as children from obtaining compensation for the abuse they experienced.
Nominations for this year’s SA Training Awards are now open, kick-starting the annual recognition of South Australia’s Vocational Education and Training (VET) champions.
New working group will develop guidelines to use when designing play spaces for children with disability
The Liberal Government will establish an Inclusive Play Working Group to develop guidelines for local councils and other agencies to use when designing and building safe and fun play spaces that are accessible for children with disability.
With Australians losing more money last year to online romance scams, consumer affairs regulators around the country are urging people to take care when entering the world of online dating.
The latest Report on Government Services (ROGS) has revealed the extent of the dramatic decline and neglect in funding for Vocational Education and Training (VET) in South Australia under the previous Labor State Government.
The agreement by CU River Mining to purchase the former northern power station site from Flinders Power Partnership is another step in the plan to renew Port Augusta’s economy.
In a world-first, adolescents and young adults in South Australia will be able to receive free vaccinations against the potentially deadly meningococcal B disease from today, as part of the Marshall Liberal Government’s Meningococcal B Immunisation Program.
For the first time, the State Government will bring together a diverse group of key representatives and stakeholders from across the housing sector and industry to drive new housing solutions for all South Australians.
A record number of cruise ships are set to sail into South Australia this month, signalling a bumper season for local tourism operators and other businesses worth more than $118 million for the state’s economy.