An Australian iconic tale which is being released nationally in cinemas today will not only connect audiences with a part of South Australia’s breathtaking landscape and coastline but also reveal the state’s world-class film production capabilities.
The full board of Infrastructure SA (ISA) has today been appointed and will hold their first meeting on 5 February.
The Marshall Government is urging world-wide renewable energy companies considering investing in South Australia to get in quickly, with applications to the $50 million Grid Scale Storage Fund closing soon.
The Marshall Government has engaged Mr Tony Grybowski, the former Chief Executive of the Australia Council for the Arts, to lead the development of a new Arts Plan for South Australia.
The State Government has issued a Code Red to boost homelessness services across Adelaide as temperatures soar into the 40s this week.
South Australia will kick off the UCI WorldTour men’s international cycling season tomorrow when the 2019 Santos Tour Down Under returns to the streets of Port Adelaide.
The State Government has today launched the Turning the Tide on Single-Use Plastic Products discussion paper which seeks community and business views on ways to reduce the environmental impacts of plastic items frequently littered, such as coffee cups, straws and plastic bags.
Regional South Australians will enjoy better and more sustainable health care thanks to a significant Marshall Liberal Government investment in rural health professionals.
Fifteen language teachers and six schools across South Australia have been awarded scholarship funding to enhance the teaching and learning of languages.
In another move to grow South Australia’s exports and create jobs, the Marshall Liberal Government will resume sponsoring the major annual event G’Day USA.