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.
A secret deal struck between the former Labor government and its union mates just prior to the election would potentially cost taxpayers an additional $23 million over the next five years, for the delivery of security services in health.
South Australia’s streets are preparing to welcome thousands of spectators, with the Santos Festival of Cycling kicking off today.
Five new medical interns are today beginning their careers at the Whyalla Hospital and Health Service as part of the Marshall Liberal Government’s investment in our front-line clinicians.
South Australia is welcoming a record number of visitors, with the state’s visitor economy soaring to an all-time-high of $6.9 billion.
Offers for 2019 TAFE SA courses have been published today, with a total of 12,144 applications received for the January round of offers and 8,133 placement offers made.
The Marshall Liberal Government is delivering on its election commitment to establish a Minister’s Recreational Fishing Advisory Council with the appointment of four members representing recreational fishing organisations.
The Marshall Liberal Government has stepped up its fight against fruit fly with a zero tolerance approach to come into effect at the Yamba Quarantine Station from today.