The State Government has cut its funding of South Australia’s Safe Schools Anti-bullying Initiative – two years before the contract end-date – with the program to officially cease in secondary schools on July 13.
South Australia’s ethnic schools network will be expanded to allow more students to study secondary language into Year 12 as part of a suite of measures announced by the State Government today.
More than 27,000 South Australian children are suffering very high to extreme levels of psychological distress and are at considerable risk of long-term mental health problems, new research from the University of South Australia has revealed.
Adelaide Airport today announced a $165 million expansion of its main terminal in a bid to attract more international airlines.
A permaculturalist is hoping to liven up a community centre in Adelaide’s West End with an environmentally sustainable café serving nourishing food with a distinct Australian flavour.
An American neural engineer speaking at this year’s Hybrid World Adelaide festival says researchers are two to three years away from installing synthetic vision and hearing in humans using the “next generation” of artificial intelligence technology.
Cabaret Festival artistic director Ali McGregor predicted The Cat Empire would be “off-the-hook great”, and they did not disappoint – performing an ultra-cool show of pulsing rhythms and smooth beats that got everyone to their feet.