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Funding announced for 20,000 new apprenticeships and traineeships

More than 20,000 additional work-based apprenticeships and traineeships will be created in South Australia over the next four years thanks to a major funding agreement struck by the Marshall Liberal Government.

Beating the ticket bots

The Marshall Liberal Government will today introduce legislation to protect South Australian consumers from scalpers as it continues to deliver its first 100 days in office agenda.

Tasting Australia 2019 dates announced

Following an incredibly successful 2018 event, the State Government has announced the Tasting Australia event will return in 2019 from April 5-14.

Marshall Government moves to protect farmers

The Marshall Liberal Government will introduce legislation to require mandatory farm debt mediation to support our farmers and provide them with improved protection and financial security.

Marshall Government cracks down on drugs in prisons

The Marshall Liberal Government is forging ahead with its zero tolerance policy on drugs in our State’s prisons with tough new laws to be introduced in State Parliament this week.

Coping with the winter hospital demand

The Marshall Government has released another significant component of its winter demand strategy for our hospital network, this time in the Central Adelaide Local Health Network (CALHN).


South Australian women aged between 70 and 74 will continue to receive potentially life-saving mammograms for free as part of a new $4.2 million agreement secured by the Marshall Liberal Government today.

SA Government to establish Productivity Commission

Premier Steven Marshall today announced that legislation to establish the South Australian Productivity Commission will be introduced to Parliament this week.

Bollards boost safety at Adelaide Oval

The installation of bollards to help protect Adelaide Oval patrons will begin today with the first 14 bollards being put in place along King William Road.

Liberal Government delivering promised ESL bill savings

The Marshall Government is delivering on its commitment to slash ESL bills for South Australians by putting $360 million back into the pockets of householders over the next four years, with an average household set to receive a saving of more than 50 per cent or $144.85