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18 new firefighters join MFS ranks

The Metropolitan Fire Service (MFS) will today welcome 18 recruit firefighter graduates to its ranks, three of which are the children of experienced serving MFS firefighters.


More than $300,000 worth of upgrades will soon commence in Jamestown Hospital’s theatre.

Minister for Health and Wellbeing Stephen Wade said the upgrades included refurbishment of wall surfaces and floor coverings, new stainless steel benches and storage racks, a new waiting room and pre-operative area and an updated scrub area for medical staff.

Open hearings for ICAC

The Marshall Liberal Government has fulfilled a principal pledge of its election platform with the introduction of a Bill enabling the ICAC Commissioner to conduct hearings into serious or systemic misconduct and maladministration in public.

Shielding the public interest

The Marshall Liberal Government is introducing legislation to enable journalists to protect the identity of confidential sources when the information they are disclosing is in the public interest.

Carly's Law

The Marshall Liberal Government is introducing legislation to protect young people from online adult predators who lie about their age as part of a plan to meet the child or commit a criminal offence against the child.

Marshall Government welcomes 2018-19 Federal Budget

The Marshall Liberal Government has welcomed the 2018-19 Federal Budget and will continue to work with the Turnbull Coalition Government to deliver for South Australians.

Emergency SAVES in Country Hospitals

Minister for Health and Wellbeing Stephen Wade has announced the introduction of the South Australian Virtual Emergency Service (SAVES) to hospitals at Booleroo Centre, Burra, Orroroo, Peterborough, Riverton, Snowtown, Kingston, Millicent, Penola, Eudunda, Kingscote, Coober Pedy and Yorketown.

Liberal Government will slash size of Treasurer's slush fund

State Treasurer Rob Lucas revealed today that former Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis had splashed $2.7 million in the last nine months before the election out of a personally controlled ‘slush fund’.

$1.8 billion of infrastructure committed for SA

The Marshall Liberal Government has welcomed the Federal Coalition Government’s $1.8 billion infrastructure investment in South Australia announced today ahead of the Federal Budget.

Security improvements for bus drivers

The State Government has signed off on the supply and installation of bus driver security screens for the remainder of the Adelaide Metro’s 990 strong bus fleet.