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Youth Week 2018 launches today

The State Government will tonight launch the biggest annual event on the youth calendar, SA Youth Week.

Council's Excellence in public health recognised

Local councils across South Australia have been recognised for their outstanding contributions to public health at the 2018 Minister for Health and Wellbeing’s Excellence in Public Health Awards this week.

Shield Laws – protecting journalists and their sources

The Marshall Government will introduce Shield Laws when the new parliament sits, to protect journalists and their sources.

Premier to meet with Prime Minister

Premier Steven Marshall will meet with the Prime Minister, the Hon. Malcolm Turnbull, today to discuss job creation opportunities and infrastructure funding.

More jobs in shipbuilding as SA companies awarded contracts to build cruise ship blocks

The Marshall Government has congratulated South Australian businesses MG Engineering and Ottoway Engineering on being awarded contracts by Fincantieri to build cruise ship blocks, with an estimated 50 jobs to be created.

Marshall Government releases ASQA and Nous reports

The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) has today provided the State Government with its review of TAFE SA’s application for reconsideration in response to the audit conducted last year.

Premier to meet with head of global mining company BHP

Premier Steven Marshall will today meet with the Chief Executive Officer of BHP Andrew Mackenzie to discuss the future of its operations in South Australia and its commitment to helping create more jobs.

Marshall Government orders urgent review of shop hours

State Treasurer Rob Lucas has ordered SafeWork SA to prepare an urgent report on anomalies and absurdities in South Australia’s antiquated shop trading laws as well as claims of regular breaches of the current laws.

Santos bid

The Marshall Liberal Government has spoken with Harbour Energy regarding its bid for South Australian oil and gas company Santos, and impressed upon them the need to retain the head office in South Australia.

Investigating Labor’s deal for the diesel generators

The Attorney-General Vickie Chapman has appointed Mark Livesey QC to the role of Special Investigator to examine the former Labor Government’s procurement of nine diesel generators as part of its failed energy plan.