Deregulation pledge

SUNDAY and public holiday trading could expand to Millicent with the State Liberals pledging to deregulate the state despite overwhelming community opposition against shop trading hour expansion.[…]

Want to get into politics? Be prepared to pay up

PROSPECTIVE candidates for Nick Xenophon’s SA-Best party will stump up $1000 to apply, $20,000 to run and a cut of their parliamentary income if elected to parliament at the state election.[…]

Trade training changes

A NUMBER of changes to vocational education and training in South Australia will provide students and apprentices with a greater selection of subsidised qualifications and more choice about where they study.[…]

Learning outdoors benefits

A NEW resource highlighting the educational possibilities of outdoor learning environments for children and young people has been launched.[…]

Strict life jacket laws imposed

SWEEPING changes to South Australian life jacket laws came into effect this week and will be enforced following a 12-month education campaign. The changes coincide with […]

Young doctor shines

FORMER Mount Gambier resident Samantha Iannella is leading the way in practicing medicine after last week being crowned the Australia and New Zealand Junior Doctor of the Year.[…]

Whack a weed the smart way with new app

GARDENERS and farmers can now whack a weed with certainty thanks to a new smart phone app with the most up-to-date information on identifying and controlling declared weeds.[…]

Final hurdle of secondary schooling

STUDENTS across the region are on the home stretch of their secondary studies as they prepare to sit final written exams. The major written exam phase […]