Education funding boost

STUDENTS with special needs in the state’s public schools will benefit from a $57m funding boost over the next five years[…]

Sniffer dog squad expands

THE number of South Australian Operation Security Unit dogs trained to sniff out contraband in the state’s prisons is set to increase, with two new members soon to join the squad[…]

Bypass demand

SA-BEST will demand the completion of the $4.5m Penola Bypass if MacKillop candidate Tracy Hill wins the seat and the party holds the balance of power after the state election[…]

Eagles net funds

THE announcement of a $426,000 State Government grant for a female facility at McCorquindale Memorial Park had the Penola community buzzing on Monday. The State Government […]

Government urged to quit ‘blame game’

GRANT District Council has called on both state and federal governments to quit the “blame game” when it comes to responsibility for health services in a review of the State Public Health Plan[…]

Sisters gain scholarships

PENOLA sisters and passionate mental health advocates, Kelli and Lucy Williams have been announced as recipients of the 2017 Stand Like Stone Study Scholarships, helping to […]

Mental health investment

THE Federal Government will invest an additional $110m in mental health services to extend and expand mental health programs for young Australians. Member for Barker Tony […]

Road upgrade funding

MEMBER for Barker Tony Pasin has welcomed additional funding of $40m over two years for South Australia’s councils to help with critical upgrades of the state’s local road network.[…]

Conductors course to begin

BUDDING conductors throughout the city will have the opportunity to hone their skills this year thanks to Country Arts SA and Regional Arts Step Up funding. […]