Strong interest in Leigh Creek’s future

The State Government has received more than 30 responses from people and organisations interested in ensuring a viable future for Leigh Creek.

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Construction begins on Great Northern Lodge in Quorn

A sod turning ceremony in Quorn today will mark the beginning of construction on a new $2.4 million motel and function centre.

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Proactively disclosing patient privacy breaches

The number of staff disciplined for inappropriately accessing patient records will be publicly released every three months and there will be an immediate review of the policies and procedures surrounding open disclosure within the state’s health system.

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$36 million in benefits to SA’s agriculture sector

At least $36 million in benefits are estimated to have flowed to the agricultural sector in South Australia since the completion of a 90 day project to improve road transport.

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Funding boost to support students with hearing impairments

Schools in the Mid North, Yorke Peninsula and Eyre Peninsula are being encouraged to apply for $400,000 worth of grants for specialised sound technology that will support students with hearing impairment in the classroom.

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Local agencies receive share of $3m to recruit more foster carers

Three foster care agencies operating in the Mid North, Yorke Peninsula and Eyre Peninsula will receive a share of a $3 million investment aimed at increasing the number of foster carers in the regions.

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River wrecks added to historic register

The wrecks of five ships that worked the River Murray during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries have been added to South Australia’s Register of Historic Shipwrecks.

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Parklands upgrade delivers new skate area, playground near Bowden

A playground and a skate area are among the new features in an upgrade of the north western parklands to be opened today.

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First-time author wins 2016 Premier’s Award for Literature

The $25,000 Premier’s Award in the Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature has been won by a 26-year-old, first-time author.

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Free public transport to headline Festival spectacular at Adelaide Oval

About 26,000 Adelaide Festival-goers are being encouraged to take advantage of free public transport to tomorrow night’s stadium spectacular, A Fleur de Peau.

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Plans for Carrapateena copper mine fast-tracked

The State Government today welcomed OZ Minerals’ announcement it will fast-track planning of its world-class Carrapateena copper mine in the State’s North.

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Liberals strike wrong note with planned Police Band cut

In the wake of the latest planned Liberal cut, Opposition Leader Steven Marshall must rule out silencing the award winning South Australian Police Band.

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