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Robert Brokenshire and Kelly Vincent lose Upper House seats

The new South Australian Liberal Government will be hoping for cooperation in the new mix of the Legislative Council to get its key reforms through parliament, but some key MLCs have already indicated they have their own views on certain issues.

 

Renmark Irrigation Trust water certification is a world first

The Riverland now boasts the world’s first irrigation area to receive global certification against the Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS) International Water Stewardship Standard. The’....

 

Council of Migrant and Refugee Women of SA launched

This forum and launch was hosted by the Australian Migrant Resource Centre (AMRC), African Communities Council of SA (ACCSA) and Middle Eastern Communities Council of SA....

 

Tradies at higher risk of skin cancer

More than half of Australia’s tradie workforce is putting comfort before safety.

To combat the searing Australian heat, 51 per cent of tradies told ServiceSeeking they...

 

New era under a Liberal Government

New South Australian Premier Stephen Marshall has announced his Cabinet last week with Riverland MP Tim Whetstone, being the new Minister for Agriculture, food, fisheries...

 

South Australian Election Day 17 March

The 2018 South Australian state election will elect members to the 54th Parliament of South Australia on 17 March 2018. All 47 seats in the House of Assembly or lower house....

 

Riverland community to celebrate Harmony Day

The Riverland Multicultural Forum Inc in partnership with Riverland Youth Theatre, Riverland Singh Society and local community groups of the Riverland region are celebrating diversity...

 

Liberals pledge to increase Riverland chemotherapy services

If elected a Marshall Liberal Government will increase the chemotherapy services provided at the Riverland General Hospital in Berri under a plan to ensure more cancer patients can...

 

Turkey violates international law by blocking Cyprus AOZ

An EU-Turkey summit next month is conditional on Ankara’s termination of actions in Cyprus’ exclusive economic zone, European Council President Donald Tusk said on Friday, as...

 

CAFE MANAGER FINED $27,000

Exploitation of overseas workers not tolerated

The former manager of an Oliver Brown chocolate café outlet on the Gold Coast who was ‘seeing what he could get away with’ when he exploited overseas workers has been....

 

Glenelg beach club opens up

A new beach club, inspired by European resorts such as Mykonos and Nice is set to open up soon at the Glenelg beach. "Thanks to the support from City of Holdfast Bay Council, we’re offering South Australians.....

 

AUSTRALIA DAY: It is complicated

Coin-ciding with the fireworks and backyard barbeques, a national debate often rages over the history and meaning of Australia Day. Professor Jane Lydon, (pictured) Wesfarmers Chair...

 

SA sporting clubs share nearly $700,000

Sporting clubs in the Murryland and Riverland regions have received an early Christmas present, with $19,322 allocated through the latest round of the State Government’s Active...

 

AUSTRALIAN FIRST

Autism Learning Centre opens in Unley

Children with Asperger Syndrome, a form of high-functioning Autism, now have an Australian-first educational facility specifically designed to meet their needs at Unley, South Australia...

 

Discover Bonegilla Migrant Centre these summer holidays

If you missed the anniversary celebrations for one of Australia’s largest migrant camp, there are still plenty of opportunities to explore the former Bonegilla Migrant Reception and....

 

HUGE BOOST FOR STATE'S ECONOMY

Chinese recognition for Riverland's precious Pest Free Area

In a huge boost for the State’s Riverland community, the Chinese Government has formally recognised the region as a Pest Free Area for all horticulture commodities from the Riverland.

 

‘No religion’ tops all religions in last Census

Despite a scare campaign about Australia becoming a "Muslim country", those ticking "no religion" in the Census has now overtaken the number of Catholics....

 

Defence to spend $659 million at Edinburgh base

Minister for Defence, Senator the Hon Marise Payne and Minister for Defence Industry, the Hon Christopher Pyne MP announced $659 million in funding at RAAF Base Edinburgh to.....

 

FEDERAL POLITICS

Citizenship to be decided by High court

The High Court of Australia will decide soon whether the 7 Federal politicians allegedly in breach of Article 44 of the Constitution re dual citizenship, will lose their jobs or retain if...

 

Nick Xenophon can stay in Canberra

Conservative politician Barnaby Joyce will face a by-election on December 2 after being declared ineligible to sit in Parliament by the High Court. Mr Joyce's was the biggest....

 

Launch of Harmony Alliance - Migrant and Refugee Women’s Voice

On the International Day of the Girl declared by the United Nations (UN), over 200 women and men showcased their support at the National Launch of the ‘Harmony Alliance...

 

2017 Multicultural Festival in Rundle Mall tipped to be the biggest yet

The 2017 Multicultural Festival (Sunday, 5 November) is shaping up to be the biggest and brightest yet, with more than 75 community groups representing 45 ethnicities....

 

NEW ERA FOR PUBLIC HEALTH IN SA

World's best hospital open!

The South Australian Labor Government’s undisputed commitment to public health has entered a new chapter, with the ceremonial opening of the new Royal Adelaide Hospital...

 

Nominations now open for 2017 Governor’s Multicultural Awards

Multicultural Affairs Minister Zoe Bettison is encouraging South Australians are encouraged to nominate worthy individuals and organisations for the awards which recognise and....

 

River communities angry about water theft

Broken Hill's Mayor has joined other angry community leaders in calling for an inquiry into the operation of the Murray-Darling Basin Plan. The call from Darriea Turley comes after....

 

Hospital to open 5 September

South Australian history has been made as the new Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) welcomed its first patients with the commencement of some renal outpatient and radiation oncology...

 

South Australian Liver Transplant Unit’s 25th Anniversary

The South Australian Liver Transplant Unit, based at the Flinders Medical Centre, was established in 1992. The Unit provides transplant services for....

 

Destination Riverland in the heart of Berri

The peak tourism body for the Riverland district, Destination Riverland, has been successful in its bid to take over the heritage building that formerly housed the River Lands Gallery.....

 

The move to the new Hospital approaches

A television commercial that showcases the new Royal Adelaide Hospital has begun airing on free TV as part of a community awareness campaign to ensure South Australians know...

 

A Message from the Treasurer

In this year’s State Budget, the State Government is stepping forward to support business, investing in industries that are growing and cutting taxes to drive job creation. We are....

 

Celebration of refugee week in South Australia

Events have been held throughout South Australia last week to celebrate the contribution refugees have made to our community as part of Refugee Week and World Refugee Day...

 

New Women's and Children's hospital announced in budget

New taxes on banks and foreign investors, a focus on jobs and a cash splash on the suburbs are the headline measures in the South Australian Government's pre-election budget.....

 

Country of origin campaign commences

The next phase of the Turnbull Government's campaign to help consumers understand new country of origin labels on food products has commenced last week. The Minister for....

 

NEW VISA PROGRAM TO BE INTRODUCED

Turnbull scraps 457 visa

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has announced the government will abolish 457 visas for skilled foreign workers and replace them with a new visa program......

 

Winemakers enjoy total success in international competition

A LOCAL winery has enjoyed 100 per cent success in an international wine and spirit competition, taking home gold medals for its four red wine entries.....

 

Australians around the world commemorate ANZAC Day

Australians have honoured the sacrifice of our service men and women at hundreds of Anzac Day ceremonies throughout the country and around the world. Speaking at the Dawn....

 

"SA is taking charge of its energy future"

The State Government has unveiled a plan to build a government-owned 250MW gas-fired power plant to provide emergency back-up power for South Australia.....

 

Water allocations for 2017-18 to open at 100 per cent

South Australia’s River Murray water access entitlement holders will receive a 100 per cent water allocation in 2017-18, thanks to last spring’s highest inflows in 23 years. The 100...

 

Action to reduce impact of burst water mains

SA Water will invest an additional $55 million over the next four years to replace 375,000 metres of water mains across the state, with the aim of reducing the number of bursts and leaks.....

 

Volunteer nominations now open

Organisations and community groups are encouraged to nominate an outstanding volunteer to receive a Premier’s Certificate of Recognition for their contribution to the community. Nominations are now open for the Premier’s Certificate......

 

 

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