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Students heading into year 12 next year who are passionate about STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and maths) have an opportunity to rub shoulders with some of the biggest science superstars at the National Youth Science Forum in Summer.
Tailem Bend locals have come together to prepare hundreds of meals for the region’s most hungry.
Some council services and facilities have begun to re-open in the Alexandrina region as South Australians are encouraged to travel to tourism hotspots.
The Adelaide Hills Council is poised to start work on a $3.9 million upgrade of Gumeracha’s main street.
According to the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety, the psychological and emotional wellbeing of older people is chronically neglected in aged care environments.
A resilient retail sector is preparing for recovery over the coming months, as business owners look forward to stage two of COVID-19 restrictions easing from Monday 1 June.
A group of passionate professionals and parents are working towards establishing a 'nature based' school in the Adelaide Hills.
Business SA is working hand-in-hand with the State Government to re-start the economy, with a 13-point blueprint plan.
South Australia has one million volunteers who dedicate their time every week to help the community, which is valued at almost $5 billion each year.
The Murray River, Lakes and Coorong tourism sector was experiencing significant growth before COVID-19 brought international travel to a grinding halt.