GROWERS on the Northern Adelaide Plains will have access to cheap, high-quality recycled water for horticulture operations by early next year.
THE first business to establish itself at the former Elizabeth Holden manufacturing plant site has officially opened, more than one year since Holden’s closure.
SOUTH Australian Premier Steven Marshall toured parts of the Barossa Valley on Saturday, during his first regional visit since being elected as the state’s new leader.
NEW Cabinet member Stephan Knoll has quashed any doubts that his role as minister for several key portfolios will impact his capability as a local member.
NEWLY-ELECTED Premier Steven Marshall has heralded a “new dawn” for South Australia after his state Liberal Party formed government for the first time in 16 years on Saturday night.
PREMIER Jay Weatherill has reaffirmed the seat of Light is “absolutely vital” to Labor’s re-election hopes, and maintained he has a good r relationship with the incumbent member, Tony Piccolo.
THE seat of Light hasn’t received as much campaign attention in the lead-up to next month’s state election from either of South Australia’s two possible future leaders as it did during the last election campaign.
WHILE Premier Jay Weatherill was in Munno Para touting his virtual power plant on Sunday, Opposition leader Steven Marshall officially launched the Liberals’ election campaign on the other side of Adelaide.