Tenders open for $25 million Dog Fence rebuild

Hon Tim Whetstone MP Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development Businesses are being sought to participate in the $25 million rebuild of the South Australian Dog Fence with tender documents revealing the extent of the project, requiring up to 71,000 timber posts, 127,500 steel droppers and more than 7,000 kilometres of wire. Tenders open […]

Benefits of Home Battery Scheme shining through

Almost 4000 South Australian households have taken up the Marshall Government’s subsidy of up $6,000 per household towards the cost of a new home battery. After twelve months without an electricity bill, the early adopters of the Marshall Government’s Home Battery Scheme say the ‘proof is in the pudding.’ Andrews Farm resident, John Paynter, says […]

Reservoir milestones for Warren and Bundaleer

Hon David Speirs MP Minister for Environment and Water Today marks another milestone for recreational activity at South Australian reservoirs with expanded access at Warren and Bundaleer available to coincide with 2019 Gone Fishing Day. Visitors to Warren and Bundaleer reservoirs will be able to enjoy a range of recreational activities without a permit, including […]

sonnen achieves South Australian manufacturing milestone in jobs boost for the State

German battery company, sonnen has received two industry leading accreditations as a South Australian manufacturer, including the well-known Australian Made badge and recognition from the Office of the Industry Advocate (OIA) as a manufacturer of South Australian products. The milestone comes almost a year after the official opening of the assembly and manufacturing facility at […]

Mining Industry | QUESTION TIME

Mrs POWER (Elder) (14:26): Thank you. My question is to the Minister for Energy and Mining. Can the minister update the house on recent South Australian copper discoveries and milestones? The Hon. D.C. VAN HOLST PELLEKAAN (Stuart—Minister for Energy and Mining) (14:26): Yes, I can, and I appreciate the member for Elder’s question. I won’t […]

Mining Bill to improve landowner rights and promote investment in the regions

The Marshall Liberal Government welcomes the passage of the Mining Bill through Parliament. It will increase landowner rights, improve our state’s competitiveness across both the Mining and Agricultural sectors and promote further investment in our regions. Some of the key benefits of the bill include: Increased money available to landholders for legal advice by 500%; […]

Energy savings on the horizon for South Australians

The Marshall Liberal Government has today welcomed the Australian Energy Regulator’s draft determination on SA Power Networks charges, showing additional savings of $63 per year for the average household from as early as next year. The draft determination covers the regulatory period from 2020-2025, and shows that in 2020, small businesses could also save $283 […]