31 Jan 2019

Tough new domestic violence laws come into force

New laws targeting the perpetrators of domestic violence have come into effect, giving authorities stronger tools to tackle repeat and serious offenders.

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30 Jan 2019

New RAH mental health beds to ease pressure on EDs

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.

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30 Jan 2019

New name for the Simpson Desert

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.

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29 Jan 2019

Adelaide welcomes reigning champions for ICC T20 World Cup in 2020

Adelaide Oval will host a week-long festival of cricket for the ICC T20 World Cup in 2020 including a blockbuster double header of current World No. 1 Pakistan versus defending champions West Indies, followed by an Australia match.

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29 Jan 2019

EPAS goes as electronic medical records program overhauled

The Marshall Liberal Government will roll out a new electronic medical records system for South Australian hospitals after the former Labor Government’s failed Enterprise Patient Administration System (EPAS) debacle.

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29 Jan 2019

South Australia’s food and wine revenue reaches record $20.3 billion

South Australia’s food and wine industries have been acknowledged for their outstanding contribution to the state’s economy as revenue reaches record levels, according to the latest State Government 2017-18 Primary Industries Scorecard.

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29 Jan 2019

School students return for 2019

The 2019 school year commences today, with an estimated 271,000 students attending schools across the state this year.

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28 Jan 2019

Port Wakefield overpass a step closer

The Port Wakefield Overpass, which will improve road safety and traffic congestion at one of South Australia’s busiest road junctions, is a step closer as land acquisition begins and design works progress.

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28 Jan 2019

State Government grants funding for widespread health screening of SA stone industry workers over national silicosis concerns

The Marshall Government has approved funding for the immediate health screening of workers in the engineered stone industry in South Australia, following a rise in detections of the incurable respiratory disease ‘silicosis’ interstate, particularly in Queensland.

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27 Jan 2019

100 more reasons to get your child's feet moving

South Australian parents can dance all the way to the bank now that the Marshall Government has added the popular pastime to the Sports Voucher Program.

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