Premier Jay Weatherill has officially announced today the previously outlined further extension of Adelaide's tram network.
South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill met with Glam Adelaide in the lead up to the March 17 state election for a chat in the Royal Croquet Club. We chatted about the future of the RCC, small bars, food trucks, music and enticing young people back to South Australia. They say Adelaide fits all of its […]
A 40 level building is being built over the iconic Renaissance Arcade.
A new national $100,000 acquisitive visual arts prize for artists under the age of 40 has been announced by the Premier of South Australia, The Hon Jay Weatherill MP.
Wine show comedy PLONK kicks off its Season Two YouTube launch with a tongue-in-cheek parody of the South Australian Tourism Commission’s award winning ad campaign ‘Be Consumed’.
The HIVE Fund is officially open and submissions are now being sought for funding to make films that will premiere at the 2017 Adelaide Film Festival.
It is the first year of the Premier’s Design Award and the finalists have just been announced
Fashion bloggers, journalists and local news cameras joined together in Hindmarsh Square this afternoon to beat the drizzle and hear South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill announce the launch of the 2015 Adelaide Fashion Festival.
Philanthropists, state and local governments, schools and a wide range of private organisations are investing in the work of measuring and building wellbeing and resilience, led by the Wellbeing and Resilience Centre at the South Australian Health and Medical Research Centre (SAHMRI), to be launched tonight at SAHMRI by the Premier of South Australia, Hon Jay Weatherill.
The Honourable Jay Weatherill, Premier of South Australia, was joined by the Lord Mayor Stephen Yarwood, Hotel Owner James Hines and local television and music personalities to officially open Adelaide’s newest hotel, the ibis Adelaide in a star-studded event last night.
Last Thursday, President Bill Clinton commemorated the official launch of Torrens University Australia with a key note address outlining his vision for global education in the future.
Premier Jay Weatherill and Opposition Leader Steven Marshall will go head to head in the SA Votes Leaders Debate on Monday, 17 February, kicking off the first week of the election campaign.
The future of Aboriginal art as a high-end art industry will be strengthened with a new world-class visual art festival to be held in South Australia.
Yesterday South Australia announced that it will join NSW in signing up to the full National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Following the huge success of The Lab, The Hive, The Eko Chamber and The Drawing Room, the Art Gallery of South Australia will unveil a new dedicated learning activity space for children, families and art lovers of all ages thanks to the generous support of the James and Diana Ramsay Foundation.
Public holiday shopping in the CBD is one step closer following an agreement between the State Government and parliamentarians on shop trading legislation.
Yes, it’s that time of the year again when the gregarious Russell Starke OAM opens the doors of Greenhill Galleries for the, by now, iconic Australia Day Exhibition.
Chesser Street has undergone a transformation as part of Splash Adelaide, Premier Jay Weatherill and Lord Mayor Stephen Yarwood’s suite of urban experiments aimed at activating city streets.
The shortlist for the 2012 Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature has been announced, as writers across the country vie for a share in the $135,000 prize pool and the prestige attached to this celebration of Australian literature.
A new alfresco dining space, complete with laneway bar, will make a splash in the city this week as part of Premier Jay Weatherill and Lord Mayor Stephen Yarwood’s quest to brighten city streets.