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Horse-drawn tram operations on Granite Island Causeway temporarily suspended
More South Australians open their heart to organ donation
Holiday fishers reminded to brush up on limits
Government tells union bosses to ‘get real’ over cuts to Ministerial chauffeurs
TAFE SA appoints new Chief Executive
Modbury Hospital upgrade designs revealed
Improvements to the development assessment process soon to be introduced in South Australia
Consultants appointed to create Arts Plan for South Australia
State Government issues Code Red for homelessness services during extreme heat
Top gear for Santos Tour Down Under
Grants available to help restore and preserve heritage-listed properties
Bird Lake rehabilitation in the wings
State Government launches single-use plastics discussion paper
South Australia’s Wheels in Motion for Santos Tour Down Under
New medical interns a first at Whyalla
Record tourist numbers in SA provide boost to local economy
2019 TAFE SA offers released following clean bill of health from training authority
November ABS figures show continued SA jobs growth
Public transport review provides more efficient network
Disability sector traineeship pilot program
More reliable power this summer
Lions clubs and FaB mentors helping to deliver drought support this Christmas
Lions clubs and FaB mentors helping to deliver drought support this Christmas
‘Eat it or bin it’ if you’re travelling this Christmas
French clean power producer invests in South Australia
Planning to get underway for Main South Road duplication
MOU on electricity interconnector
Nominations open for Ag Town of the Year Award
New early intervention pilot program aims to keep families together
Class of 2018 complete SACE
Auditor-General critical of Labor’s secret deal in controversial $1.6bn Lands Titles Office sell-off
Space school set to seize industry opportunity
Pym to Regency takes next step
A solid foundation for skills and training development
Australian Space Agency to Adelaide
Premier launches first SA Aboriginal Affairs Action Plan
Reforms to give greater certainty to consumers this Christmas
Cutting red tape for Skilling SA procurement
Five schools receive grants to trial innovative language education approaches
Crisis accommodation bed boost for women’s service Catherine House
Labor double down on letting criminals vote
Get ready for the heat and register vulnerable South Australians with free life-saving phone service now
Labor’s disastrous health legacy laid bare
A new representative body for recreational fishers
Smart response to meter delays
Creation of fisheries reform committee meets a key election commitment
SA space forum highlights opportunities for growth
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