On Sunday 20 to Tuesday 22 November 2016, Premier Jay Weatherill and Cabinet Ministers visited Whyalla, Coober Pedy and Roxby Downs communities as part of the Country Cabinet Whyalla and Central Outback program. Continue reading
If you haven’t yet ordered a service act now
Homes and businesses still on the Interim Satellite Service (ISS) need to act right now.
nbn will be closing down the ISS on 28 February 2017. Residents and businesses will need to switch existing ISS internet services to an alternative nbn™ network. Continue reading
Infrastructure Projects Stream closes 28 February 2017
Community Investments Stream remains open until 31 March 2017
COMMUNITY GROUPS and Local Councils across the regions are being reminded that applications for Infrastructure Projects under the Building Better Regions Fund close on the 28th February 2017. Continue reading
Coober Pedy’s $37m Wind Solar energy project is just one of more than 20 major renewable energy projects are already under construction or will start this year, delivering an unprecedented program of works which will create almost 3000 direct jobs and generate more than $5 billion of investment, according to new analysis from the Clean Energy Council released today.
Coober Pedy Renewable Hybrid Project Update
Coober Pedy residents will have noticed ongoing activity to the south of the highway before and since Christmas has resulted in some new landmarks appearing on the horizon.
The State Government has stepped in for the second time, and will now cover all costs to ensure the Coober Pedy Swimming Pool remains open. Continue reading
Probationary Constable Rachel Bagshaw and Probationary Constable Grant Archer graduate today from the Police Academy, as members of a course of 16 new police officers.
Probationary Constable Bagshaw, a former ambulance officer and keen softball player, today fulfils a long-held ambition to become a police officer. Continue reading