Aboriginal students in Southern Adelaide, Western Adelaide and Port Lincoln now have access to specialised support that prepares them to be job ready, through the expansion of the Workabout Centre program.
The Government of South Australia has this week officially joined the National Redress Scheme, which provides acknowledgement and support to people who experienced institutional child sexual abuse in both government and non-government institutions.
The Marshall Liberal Government is encouraging rural and regional communities from across the state to apply for a share of $1 million to improve the health and wellbeing of their communities.
The State Government has today released the inaugural State Planning Policies (SPPs), which set out a state-wide vision for land use in South Australia and will help drive population growth.
The South Australian oyster industry is a step closer to recovery - no longer needing government supplied juvenile oysters (spat) - and able to rely solely on spat produced by four commercial Eyre Peninsula suppliers.
As South Australians with disability continue to transition from State Government disability services to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), a number of Disability Community Services (DCS) office locations and functions are changing.
The South Australian Government has today published the Murray-Darling Basin Royal Commission Report.
New laws targeting the perpetrators of domestic violence have come into effect, giving authorities stronger tools to tackle repeat and serious offenders.
A 10-bed Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) will open at the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) this week, 16 months after the rest of the hospital, at last easing pressure on the emergency department.
The Simpson Desert Conservation Park and Regional Reserve have been officially renamed the Munga-Thirri-Simpson Desert Conservation Park and Munga-Thirri-Simpson Desert Regional Reserve.