The State Liberal Government has confirmed that South Australia’s River Murray water access entitlement holders will receive a 100 per cent water allocation in the 2018-19 water year.
The Marshall Government has today formally issued the sitting schedule for the first session of the 54th Parliament of South Australia, with more sitting days in an election year than after the previous three state elections.
Treasurer Rob Lucas today welcomed the decision by the Return To Work South Australia Board to reduce their average premium rate for businesses to 1.7 per cent for 2018/19.
Local councils across South Australia have been recognised for their outstanding contributions to public health at the 2018 Minister for Health and Wellbeing’s Excellence in Public Health Awards this week.
The State Government will tonight launch the biggest annual event on the youth calendar, SA Youth Week.
The Minister for Local Government Stephan Knoll will reaffirm the Liberal Government’s
commitment to cap council rates during an address to the Local Government Association’s OGM
The State Government has today appointed a new TAFE SA Board, made up of seven Directors
charged with ensuring the quality and good governance of the public training provider.
The Marshall Government will introduce Shield Laws when the new parliament sits, to protect journalists and their sources.
The Marshall Government has congratulated South Australian businesses MG Engineering and Ottoway Engineering on being awarded contracts by Fincantieri to build cruise ship blocks, with an estimated 50 jobs to be created.
The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) has today provided the State Government with its
review of TAFE SA’s application for reconsideration in response to the audit conducted last year.