22 Nov 2018

Tackling graffiti and vandalism on public transport

The State Government is rolling out a suite of measures to combat graffiti and vandalism attacks on our train, tram and bus network, including a comprehensive public awareness campaign.

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22 Nov 2018

Industrial hemp trial results pave way for $3 million South Australian industry

Positive results from the first trials of industrial hemp in South Australia will pave the way for an industry anticipated to be worth $3 million in farm gate value per annum within five years.

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22 Nov 2018

New leadership appointed to drive better care in central hospitals

Seven highly qualified individuals will form the new board for the Central Adelaide Local Health Network (CALHN) to lead the recovery of the Royal Adelaide and Queen Elizabeth hospitals.

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22 Nov 2018

Laws enabling redress scheme begin operation

Laws enabling South Australia’s participation in the National Redress Scheme have now come into effect, allowing non-government institutions to register to take part and people to lodge applications relating to South Australian organisations.

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21 Nov 2018

Permanent throw screens set for Southern Expressway

The installation of the permanent throw screens along the Southern Expressway to combat rock throwing will begin within weeks.

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21 Nov 2018

New award to recognise South Australia’s outstanding agricultural communities

South Australian towns flying the flag for primary industries will be eligible for a new award – South Australian Ag Town of the Year - which aims to highlight the vital role agriculture plays in regional communities.

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21 Nov 2018

TAFE SA partners with sonnen to fuel battery jobs boom

TAFE SA has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with sonnen to be the preferred accredited training partner for installers of their battery system and to fulfil local workforce requirements.

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20 Nov 2018

Nyrstar to pay $10 million as 'productive' talks continue

The State Government has this afternoon concluded initial formal discussions with Nyrstar representatives, including global CEO Hilmar Rode, regarding repayment of a taxpayer-guaranteed $291.25 million loan for its Port Pirie smelter operations.

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20 Nov 2018

Union bosses ‘deliberately misleading’ parents over SA education funding ahead of planned teachers’ strike

Public claims made by union bosses from the Australian Education Union alleging the State Government’s additional education funding wouldn’t kick-in in the short term are ‘pure nonsense and deliberately misleading’ ahead of its planned teachers’ strike next week.

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20 Nov 2018

Concept plan unveiled for new renal dialysis unit

The Marshall Liberal Government today unveiled the concept plan for the $2.1 million renal dialysis unit upgrade at Mount Gambier Hospital that will provide world-class care for the community.

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