10 Nov 2018

State Government welcomes ‘positive’ business confidence survey, with more jobs on their way

The Marshall Government has welcomed BankSA’s latest State Monitor survey results – released today – which shows business confidence remaining steady at an eight-year high, with more jobs set to be created.

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09 Nov 2018

Local communities have their say on NRM reform

The Marshall Liberal Government’s proposed Natural Resource Management reform has received strong support during an extensive community consultation period.

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09 Nov 2018

Mental health beds to ease pressure in the north

The Marshall Liberal Government has announced a temporary mental health assessment unit will open on Monday at the Lyell McEwin Hospital to provide specialised care for mental health patients, while a permanent facility is established.

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09 Nov 2018

Councils funded to help protect SA’s coasts

Eight South Australian councils have been granted a total of $325,500 by the Coast Protection Board to help protect and conserve the state’s coastline.

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09 Nov 2018

d’Arenberg’s Cube crowned in coveted International Best of Wine Tourism Awards

McLaren Vale’s d’Arenberg has been awarded the coveted ‘International Best of Wine Tourism Award’ for Architecture and Landscape, with the Cube recognised for its bespoke structure and design.

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09 Nov 2018

Government taskforce to redesign SA’s child abuse and neglect early intervention and prevention system

A newly formed State Government Taskforce has been charged with redesigning South Australia’s child abuse and neglect early intervention and prevention system.

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09 Nov 2018

Govt support for homegrown talent and live music

The Marshall Government has announced more than $500,000 in funding to support the growth of live music in South Australia.

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09 Nov 2018

Tough laws on drugs in prisons passed by Parliament

The Marshall Government is enforcing its zero tolerance policy on drugs in our state’s prisons, as tough new laws passed through Parliament this week.

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08 Nov 2018

Boxing Day a mini referendum on shop trading hours reform

The Marshall Government’s move to give all suburban retailers the opportunity to open on Boxing Day, for the first time, will prompt a ‘mini referendum on shop trading hours reform’.

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08 Nov 2018

Regional lawyer appointed Magistrate

A Port Lincoln-based lawyer with three decades of experience in the sector has been appointed to the Magistrates Court.

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