Tag: South Australia

Research to help future proof coast

The first stage of a landmark coastal adaptation program has outlined seven steps that must be taken to begin future-proofing South Australia’s coastline against...

Hardship support to continue

The State Government has announced it will provide $4.4m over the forward estimates to continue support for regional South Australians experiencing hardship.
Through the Family...

Grain yield ‘promising’

Seeding is well under way at most farms across South Australia, despite the dry conditions, with total grain production for the 2024-25 season predicted...

State’s best life savers race to coast

The beaches of Beachport were filled with some of the state’s best Surf Life Savers recently, as the Sharkskin SA IRB Series hit town. The...

Forestry research growth

South Australia’s forest industry is set to receive additional investment from the State Government, with $450,000 going to Tree Breeding Australia (TBA) to support...

Infrastructure injection ‘a must’

Infrastructure to support South Australia’s growing population, fixing the state’s deteriorating road network and progressing the duplication of the three National Highways must be...

Racers go the extra mile

Two wheeled action roared into life at MacNamara Park recently, with a need for speed raising funds for charity.
Following on from the success of...

Radiation therapy report nears

No funding for the hoped-for Limestone Coast radiation therapy service is expected in the 2024/25 State Budget which will be handed down by Treasurer...

‘Think before you spray’

Adry May, but with good June rains expected, has most grain producers across the state currently dry seeding.
The Department of Primary Industries and Regions...

Minister to lead Asia wine delegation

State Trade Minister Joe Szakacs will lead a delegation of representatives from 36 wineries heading to Asia’s largest wine show later this month, as...

Unique cave insight shared

Hydrogeologist and pioneering cave diver Ian Lewis will present a talk Ian Lewis - Cave Man at the Mount Gambier Library tonight at 6.30pm.
As...

Road safety snapshot revealed

Anew road safety report is highlighting how vital education programs are reaching more young South Australians to help them make safe decisions when on...

Drivers dob in dodgy roads

Limestone Coast residents are being urged to dob in dodgy sections of roads through a new State Opposition campaign.
The Liberal Party launched its “Report...

Regional property prices rise

Regional SA home prices rose to a new peak in April, according to the PropTrack Home Price Index released last week.
The report found that...

State Voice vote ‘backflip’

Independent Member for MacKillop Nick McBride has been rebuked by Premier Peter Malinauskas over his apparent backflip on his stance on the Indigenous Voice...