River Murray locals faced a very different Christmas season in 2022, as surging floodwaters threatened towns, forced evacuations and damaged or destroyed homes. A year on, InDaily visited some of the worst-affected zones to see how life in the region is getting back to “normal”.
Some 16,000 South Australians are on the public housing waiting list, with about 3,000 homeless or living in insecure accommodation. In the midst of a housing crisis, Human Service Minister Nat Cook is intent on building new stock for the first time in 32 years.
State Minister for Women Katrine Hildyard stood on the Parliament House steps this morning to say the government will consider a Royal Commission into violence against women – after four women were killed in one week, allegedly at the hands of men they knew.
Seven years ago, a young Renmark North man took his own life. Community leaders are now calling time on “terrible, damning statistics” that show country South Australians are still being let down by poor mental health services.
Botanic Gardens board members have called on Liberal leader David Speirs to correct claims about entry charges made in the Opposition’s “No Picnic Tax” campaign.
Five key targets have been unveiled in a new Riverland Wine Industry Blueprint, as the state government announces more funding to support local growers and producers facing “one of the industry’s toughest periods”.
Carrick Hill’s contemporary new pavilion is opening its doors to views of the city, sea and Springfield manor house.
Dr Kent’s Paddock in Kent Town has won State Heritage Listing despite its public housing trust owner fighting the protection order on the inner-city site that is home to more than 100 residents.
Amid celebrations over Australia’s World Cup Cricket win over India last night, a trade delegation from South Australia has landed in Bengaluru where Trade and Investment Minister Nick Champion announced the state would appoint a new country director to capitalise on free trade opportunities.
Veterinary surgeries are reporting an outbreak of the highly contagious and fatal parvovirus among dogs in Adelaide’s north-west, prompting concerns that cost of living pressures are stopping pet owners from getting their puppies vaccinated.
A northern Adelaide suburb has been named among Australia’s top spots to raise a family, in a national real estate analytics report released today.
Australian leaders must urgently address an alarming wealth gap and cycle of “persistent poverty” as the nation’s highest 20 per cent of income earners now earn six times the income of the lowest 20 per cent, according to a State of Social Impact report released today.
Jack Buckskin’s dream is for his team of Welcome to Country and First Nations dance performers at Kuma Kaaru to one day go out of business. But for now, he remains a familiar sight at events throughout the state.
Two medical facilities fighting cancer and chronic diseases officially opened sites in Adelaide’s CBD last week, with one having left the state government’s Thebarton bioscience hub which was shut down for the South Rd upgrade.
Prime real estate at Keswick Barracks and in the northern suburb of Smithfield are earmarked for large chunks of affordable housing in a land-swap deal signed off today under the nuclear-powered submarines project.
In an unexpected career twist, the state’s former Treasurer and Health Minister is using skills gained in a 20-year political career to help women ostracised from their families in Africa.
Adelaide is the headquarters of a new $70 million national network leading vital research into finding drought-resistant crops to feed the world in the face of climate change.