The Marshall Liberal Government is today delivering on an election commitment made to the people of Adelaide’s western suburbs with a $4 million refurbishment of the cardiac catheterisation lab at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (TQEH) now underway.
Horse-drawn tram operations on the Granite Island Causeway at Victor Harbor have been temporarily suspended due to safety precautions.
Latest figures released today show a rise in the number South Australians agreeing to transform the lives of others by consenting to be an organ donor.
Holidaymakers and keen recreational fishers are reminded to make themselves aware of fishing rules ahead of the Australia Day long weekend.
Union bosses from the Public Service Association of SA this month have lodged a dispute with the SA Employment Tribunal protesting Government actions to cut the number of Ministerial cars and Ministerial chauffeurs.
David Coltman has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of TAFE SA.
Public consultation has begun on a review to explore how government school buses in regional areas can provide travel for all students, regardless of whether they attend a government or non-government school.
The Marshall Liberal Government has revealed plans for an upgrade of Modbury Hospital to improve health services in the north east and ease pressure on our emergency departments.
Premier Steven Marshall will today travel to the United States for a ten-day trip, to drive South Australia’s export opportunities and attract more lucrative investment to the state.
The State Government has waived a $1.3 million debt by one of the state’s largest apple packing and storage facilities, Lenswood Cold Stores Co-Operative Society so it can continue to support Adelaide Hills apple and pear producers.