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Political party office bearers to be banned from lobbying

The Marshall Government will introduce legislation to strengthen South Australia’s lobbying laws, by prohibiting office bearers of registered political parties and associated entities from engaging in lobbying.


The State Liberal Government has acted to enable patients with chronic respiratory illnesses to access outpatient clinics within the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH).

Port expansion to grow SA’s economy, exports and jobs

The State Government has signed off on Flinders Ports’ Channel Widening project which will grow South Australia’s economy, drive export growth and support more jobs.

South Australia to join National Redress Scheme

The Marshall Liberal Government has today announced South Australia will join the National Redress Scheme to provide financial and therapeutic support for people who were sexually abused as children in government institutions.

South Australia's $1 billion regional tourism opportunity

The State Government has today launched its Regional Visitor Strategy which outlines opportunities to grow South Australia’s regional visitor economy by $1 billion and create 1000 new jobs.

New scholarships for up and coming space entrepreneurs

Five budding local space innovators have been awarded $20,000 each in scholarships that will see them travel overseas for further study as part of a new South Australian Government initiative.

Premier welcomes Adelaide Casino expansion

Premier Steven Marshall today welcomed news that SkyCity Entertainment Group will partner with local building company Hansen Yuncken to deliver the majority of works for the $330 million Adelaide Casino Expansion.

State-of-the-art technology gym at FMC

Minister for Health and Wellbeing Stephen Wade was able to get a closer look at how some of the most state-of-the art technology is used by some of the state’s most complex rehabilitation patients at Flinders Medical Centre (FMC) today.

Secret Labor deal for privatisation of Motor Vehicle Registry

The former Labor Government concealed a secret deal prior to the state election to privatise the
state’s Motor Vehicle Registry.

April job stats released

The Marshall Government has today welcomed the 1,300 increase in South Australians employed, which includes almost 900 full-time jobs in April, with the trend unemployment rate remaining steady at 5.9 per cent, which is the lowest in five years.