New data shows that South Australian households and businesses have been smashed with council rate increases over double the rate of the Local Government Price Index (LGPI).
In a first for South Australian public health policy the Marshall Liberal Government will provide free flu vaccinations for all children under the age of five.
Making South Australia the most business friendly state in Australia is one step closer as the South Australian Government puts its hand up for a new pilot initiative aimed at encouraging small business owners to employ their first person.
South Australia will be home to the headquarters of a new national research centre to tackle the growing problem of food waste.
Premier Steven Marshall today announced that Dr Chris McGowan will be the new Chief Executive of SA Health, replacing current CE Vickie Kaminski.
The Marshall Government has today welcomed the drop in SA’s unemployment rate in March, with today’s ABS Labour Force figures showing an additional 1000 full-time jobs were created last month and 600 part-time jobs on trend terms.
The first industrial hemp crops are set to be cultivated later this year following the State Government’s approval of the first cultivation licences.
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.
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.
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 today.