Long-serving South Australian police officer, Shaun Osborn, has today been selected as the Liberal candidate for the electorate of Adelaide in the upcoming Federal Election.
In a South Australian first, the Marshall Liberal Government has announced it will give all retailers in suburban Adelaide the opportunity to trade on Boxing Day.
Businesses who hire apprentices as part of their tendering process for government procurement and projects under $50 million now have a better chance of winning tenders.
South Australia’s tourism continues to grow with international visitors spending a significant $1.15 billion for the year ending June 2018.
The State Government extends its deepest sympathies to the family of Mr Jorge Castillo-Riffo, who died following a workplace accident at the new Royal Adelaide Hospital in November 2014.
The State Government has announced the appointment of two new members to the State Planning Commission (the Commission) as the Commission transitions from the formative stage to the implementation stage.
South Australians will be able to undertake a cybersecurity traineeship for the first time, after the Training and Skills Commission approved the new traineeship as part of the Skilling South Australia initiative.
Starting today, 40,000 South Australians can access grants of up to $6,000 from the Marshall Government to help pay for the installation of a home battery system.
The Marshall Liberal Government welcomes the Federal Government’s drought assistance package announced at today’s National Drought Summit.
Primary and secondary students from around South Australia have been recognised for their outstanding achievements during Children’s Week at the Minister for Education Award celebrations held at Athelstone School.