20 Nov 2018

New pilot program helping young people transitioning from care to adulthood

A new State Government pilot program being delivered by two leading community organisations is helping young people in care with complex needs transition smoothly into adult life in regional South Australia.

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20 Nov 2018

Canadian battery developer switches on in Adelaide

Canadian energy storage firm Eguana Technologies is the latest global innovator to invest in South Australia’s booming battery sector under the Marshall Liberal Government’s Home Battery Scheme.

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19 Nov 2018

State Government launches five specialist entrepreneurial schools

Banksia Park International High School, Seaton High School, Heathfield High School, Murray Bridge High School and Mount Gambier High School will be the state’s first specialist entrepreneurial schools, delivering learning programs that will promote and encourage entrepreneurial mindsets in students.

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19 Nov 2018

Drones to join helicopters and planes in shark spotting

Shark-spotting drones will be ready to start patrolling the South Australian coastline over the summer, as pilots completed the first stage of training ahead of launching live patrols in December.

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19 Nov 2018

Review of the State Commission Assessment Panel

The State Government is improving the openness and transparency of the State Commission Assessment Panel (SCAP), following a review conducted by the State Planning Commission resulting in greater accountability of the SCAP’s decision making.

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18 Nov 2018

Right-hand turn project will not proceed

The Marshall Liberal Government has listened to expert advice and will not proceed with constructing a right-hand turn for trams at the intersection of King William Street and North Terrace.

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17 Nov 2018

Drought support boosted on the EP with ninth mentor

The State Government has appointed an additional Family and Business (FaB) Support Program mentor on the Eyre Peninsula to assist drought-affected communities.

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16 Nov 2018

Advisors appointed to investigate Labor's secret deal for potential privatisation of Motor Vehicle Registry

The State Government has announced it has been forced to appoint advisors to conduct a commercial scoping study into the potential privatisation of the government-owned Motor Vehicle Registry.

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15 Nov 2018

Gambling regulation reforms pass State Parliament

The State Government has welcomed passage of legislation to progress important reforms to the way the gambling sector in South Australia is regulated.

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15 Nov 2018

Greater transparency for the ICAC

The government has today reintroduced a bill to Parliament aimed at delivering greater transparency to South Australia’s anti-corruption watchdog, a key election commitment made by the Marshall Liberal Government to ensure open and transparent Government.

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