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Coaster message a mate saver

South Australia Police (SA Police) are using drink coasters to urge the community to take care of their mates in an education campaign aimed at reducing alcohol-related violence.The coasters are part of the "Great Night Out" campaign which is a joint ... [Published PSNews - 14 hours ago]
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High-tech kit on Health shopping list

SA Health is to spend $25 million on biomedical equipment over the next 12 months to ensure staff and patients can access the latest in medical technologies.Deputy Chief Executive of SA Health, Jenny Richter said the spending included enhancements to ... [Published PSNews - 14 hours ago]
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Citizen's Jury gears up

South Australia's next Citizens' Jury is to examine how cyclists and motorists can share the roads safely.The Jury, a group of randomly selected everyday South Australians, is asked to deliberate on a topic and provide recommendations to the State Government ... [Published PSNews - 14 hours ago]
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Bird sanctuary a shore thing

A bird sanctuary second only to the Coorong in size is to be created on Adelaide's northern coast amid 2,300 hectares of salt flats.Minister for Sustainability, Environment and Conservation, Ian Hunter said the project, a 60 kilometre long sanctuary stretching ... [Published PSNews - 14 hours ago]
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Needy find place to call home

The first seven of 36 homes for vulnerable and disadvantaged South Australians have been opened at Andrews Farm in Adelaide's north.The Vibrant North Andrews Farm Project, which includes safe and affordable housing for women experiencing domestic violence, ... [Published PSNews - 14 hours ago]
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Glenside Library site sold

Staff at the Glenside State DrillCore Reference Library.The site of the Glenside State Drill Core Reference Library has been sold to South Australian oil and gas exploration company, Beach Energy Ltd in an open tender process.The 2.14 hectare parcel of ... [Published PSNews - 14 hours ago]
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Breakout expansion for women's jail

A new high-security accommodation unit at Adelaide Women's Prison has been officially opened as prisoner numbers continue to rise.Minister for Correctional Services, Tony Piccolo said the new facility was the first major infrastructure project at the ... [Published PSNews - 14 hours ago]
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Boost for victims of crime

New laws are to double the compensation available for victims of crime.The draft legislation amends the Victims of Crime Act 2004 by lifting the maximum amount of compensation through the Victims of Crime Fund from$50,000 to $100,000.The grief payment ... [Published PSNews - 14 hours ago]
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Lakes park embraces tradition

Coongie Lakes National Park in the far north-east is now to be known as Malkumba-Coongie Lakes National Park.Minister for Sustainability, Environment and Conservation, Ian Hunter said its new name acknowledged the land's traditional owners."The National ... [Published PSNews - 14 hours ago]
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Council grant freeze bites

The Australian Local Government Association (ALGA) says reduced Federal grants for communities and Councils are beginning to bite into services and maintenance.President of the Association, Felicity-ann Lewis said $24 million would be missing from the ... [Published PSNews - 14 hours ago]
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Step up for Glenelg walkway

The upgraded Patawalonga Walkway.The new, expanded Patawalonga Walkway from Glenelg to Glenelg North is now open to pedestrians and cyclists.Minister for the Environment, Ian Hunter said the Glenelg Gates were a critical part of the Patawalonga system, ... [Published PSNews - 14 hours ago]
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Corridor upgrade breaks ground

Early works on the North-South Corridor Torrens Road to River Torrens project have begun at Ashwin Parade.The public works are the first stage of the $1.5 billion upgrade by the South Australian and Commonwealth Governments of the North-South Corridor ... [Published PSNews - 14 hours ago]

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"This segment of road is frequently congested and vehicles are restricted to speeds lower than the average for the city" the Department said on its
"The Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources, the CityCity of Holdfast Bay and the CityCity of West Torrens worked closely together to achieve an"
Mr Truss said the $153.5 million "comes with no strings attached, meaning Councils are free to spend their allocation according to local priorities" , be it
"Sharing the stories and the importance of caring for our land with the wider community will help us all sustain and protect this beautiful part of our"

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Corridor upgrade breaks ground [Published PSNews - 14 hours ago]
Step up for Glenelg walkway [Published PSNews - 14 hours ago]
Council grant freeze bites [Published PSNews - 14 hours ago]
Lakes park embraces tradition [Published PSNews - 14 hours ago]
Boost for victims of crime [Published PSNews - 14 hours ago]
Breakout expansion for women's jail [Published PSNews - 14 hours ago]
Glenside Library site sold [Published PSNews - 14 hours ago]
Needy find place to call home [Published PSNews - 14 hours ago]
Bird sanctuary a shore thing [Published PSNews - 14 hours ago]
Citizen's Jury gears up [Published PSNews - 14 hours ago]
High-tech kit on Health shopping list [Published PSNews - 14 hours ago]
Coaster message a mate saver [Published PSNews - 14 hours ago]
Energy markets power up [Published PSNews - 14 hours ago]
Legal Aid faces budget pressures [Published PSNews - 16 hours ago]
Transport audit finds mixed results [Published PSNews - 16 hours ago]
Victoria picks up litter-free gong [Published PSNews - 16 hours ago]
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