The Marshall Liberal Government in collaboration with Tesla is today launching the second phase of South Australia’s ‘Virtual Power Plant’ (VPP) after the success of the first phase of the trial.
Union bosses call for $80 million-a-year interim pay rise ahead of tomorrow morning’s teachers’ strike
Union bosses from the Australian Education Union are demanding a 3.5% interim pay rise – equating to about $80 million a year and nearly double the rate of inflation – in stark contrast to public claims that tomorrow’s teachers’ strike has nothing to do with wages.
The State Government will today release the tender for the supply of Adelaide Metro buses over the next 10 years.
The State Government has committed to strengthening support for people with disability during the implementation of the NDIS, with the appointment of a newly created Disability Advocate announced today.
In a significant boost for local jobs German energy storage giant sonnen has begun assembling its world-leading home battery technology at the former GM Holden factory at Elizabeth in Adelaide’s north.
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The Marshall Liberal Government today released a comprehensive plan to turn around South Australia’s largest health network, both in terms of patient care and in terms of finances.
His Royal Highness Prince Andrew, The Duke of York KG, will join Premier Steven Marshall and Minister for Industry and Skills David Pisoni, for the official opening of the Innovation, Incubation Start-Up and Growth Hub at Lot Fourteen on the old Royal Adelaide Hospital site.
Any penalty to be paid by SA Police in relation to workplace death to go to improving SafeWork SA investigation processes
Treasurer Rob Lucas said today the State Government acknowledges an intention by SA Police to enter an early guilty plea in relation to the tragic workplace death of employee Ms Debra Summers at the Echunga Training Reserve in October 2016.
South Australian veterans will soon have greater support when transitioning into new jobs in the defence sector, with the Marshall Government’s Defence Industry Employment Program for Ex-Service Personnel officially underway.