Neighbourhood projects to create state-wide jobs

South Australians will access to new walking trails, playgrounds and recreation hubs, with $15 million worth of new Open Space projects receiving funding.

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Life-changing sports and community hub opens

Families in Adelaide’s south will have access to new state-of-the-art sporting and community facilities, with a $3.5 million sports and community hub opening at Christie Downs.

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New Planning Commission unveiled

South Australia is on the precipice of a new and exciting future, having reversed the ‘brain drain’ for the first time in 30 years.

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Tough new domestic violence laws to tackle abuse

Laws aimed at preventing serious domestic and family violence offences, including murder, have been introduced to State Parliament.

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Hundreds of homes protected in heritage boost

Adelaide’s heritage will be better preserved with hundreds of buildings approved for enhanced heritage protections.

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Homes to accommodate harvest jobs bonanza

Thousands of jobs are up for grabs as the South Australian agricultural industry braces for a bumper harvest.

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New program to break the cycle

A new program aimed at breaking the cycle of intergenerational domestic violence has launched in South Australia.

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Domestic violence legal team wins top gong

A specialist legal service that has assisted more than 1,500 South Australian victims of domestic violence over the past two years has been recognised for its important work.

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Have your say on the Riverbank Precinct Code Amendment

Planning changes aimed at supporting the State Government’s vision for a world-class health, sporting, educational and biomedical Riverbank Precinct will open for public consultation this week.

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It’s time to have your say on the Mount Compass Code Amendment

South Australians are being encouraged to have their say about proposed changes to planning policy that would protect the future viability of Mount Compass’ 18-hole golf course and ensure any future development is in keeping with the character of the area.

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