SA push to be first state to sign up for Skilling Australians funding

The Marshall Government will invest $100 million in a push for South Australia to be the first state to access funding through the Federal Government’s Skilling Australians Fund, to help create 20,800 apprenticeships and traineeships here in SA.

South Australia secures 100% water allocations

The State Liberal Government has confirmed that South Australia’s River Murray water access entitlement holders will receive a 100 per cent water allocation in the 2018-19 water year.

Charter to engage local community in planning process

The State Government has today launched a new Community Engagement Charter giving South Australians greater opportunities to help shape their neighbourhoods.

SA TO INVESTIGATE MENINGOCOCCAL VACCINATION PROGRAM

Senior clinicians and immunisation experts will meet today for the first time as part of the State Government’s clinical task group to develop the meningococcal B-strain immunisation program in South Australia.

Feral cat eradication program focuses on KI’s Dudley Peninsula

The State Government is launching the next phase of the Kangaroo Island Feral Cat Eradication Program with a specific focus on Dudley Peninsula.

Adelaide’s lowest population growth in more than a decade

The Marshall Government is working to grow South Australia’s population and the economy, as the latest ABS figures revealed Adelaide has recorded its lowest population growth figures in more than a decade, growing by just 0.7 per cent.

Council rates spiralling out of control

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).

Marshall Government moves on flu vaccinations

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.

South Australia to put its hand up for new pilot small business employee initiative

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 to lead the nation’s research fight against food waste

South Australia will be home to the headquarters of a new national research centre to tackle the growing problem of food waste.