Acting Premier, Vickie Chapman has today congratulated Dr Richard Harris SC OAM, who was last night named the 2019 Australian of the Year.
Yesterday was proof that South Australians are always there to help those in need.
Organisers of regional and community events and festivals across South Australia are being invited to apply for State Government grants to help support and promote their program, attract more tourists and grow the visitor economy.
The State Government has announced $80,000 in grants to support parents and caregivers’ participation in their child’s learning and education.
The Marshall Government used ‘every tool at its disposal’ to prevent residential load-shedding yesterday, amid record high temperatures in Adelaide and across the state and low power supply in SA and Victoria.
An administrator has been appointed for the District Council of Coober Pedy after the council was declared to have defaulted.
Hundreds of South Australians seeking more affordable, reliable power have successfully applied for a State Government subsidy through the Marshall Government’s new Home Battery Scheme, with 101 home batteries already successfully installed.
The student contribution fee for dependents of 457 and 482 visa holders attending government schools in regional areas is being waived.
The Marshall Liberal Government will commit $500,000 to a new water infrastructure project on the Eyre Peninsula after the Premier and Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development visited drought-affected farmers last week.
State Government urges South Australians to look after vulnerable during unprecedented hot weather today
The State Government is urging South Australians to check on the vulnerable, stay hydrated, avoid going out in the heat and keep cool as temperatures soar to unprecedented levels today.