Media Releases

Travellers reminded not to bring fruit and vegetables into SA

The South Australian Government is urging interstate travellers to play their part in the battle against fruit fly this long weekend and not bring fruit and vegetables into the state.

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Drought package expanded to help more people
  • Expand mental health outreach support with enhanced Family and Business Support Program
  • Introduce a $120 per dog wild dog bounty
  • $330,000 for community drought recovery events
  • Extend the 50 per cent rebate for pastoral lease rents
  • An extra wild dog trapper to be employed
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Government stands firm on GM crops freedom

The Marshall Liberal Government will stand firm in its support for South Australian grain growers’ campaign to enjoy the same freedom of choice available to their interstate neighbours when it comes to growing genetically-modified crops.

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SA agriculture sets new record despite challenging conditions

South Australia’s primary industries and agribusiness sector has reached record levels, generating $15.2 billion revenue in 2018-19 – an increase of two per cent on the previous year despite challenging conditions.

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Smoke taint tests offered to bush fire affected wine grape growers

Adelaide Hills and Kangaroo Island wine grape growers will have access to subsidised smoke taint test samples to assist them in better understanding the impact on their crop from the bush fires. 

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Over 2,000 tonnes of donated hay reaches bushfire affected producers

Fodder support to bushfire affected livestock producers continues to grow with more than 2,000 tonnes of hay distributed across Kangaroo Island and Cudlee Creek.

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Results are in for first recreational snapper fishing ballot

The results are in for South Australia’s first recreational snapper fishing ballot which received more than 3,600 applications from fishers contending for the chance to target the iconic species in south east waters during the 2020 season.

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GM moratorium now lifted on mainland SA

Farmers on mainland South Australia now have the choice to buy and grow genetically modified seeds and crops with new regulations starting today.

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Support local this Christmas in wake of SA bushfires

The Marshall Liberal Government is urging the community to support local businesses affected by the devastating South Australian bushfires.

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GM moratorium to be lifted in the new year

Farmers on mainland South Australia will have the choice to grow genetically modified crops from January 1 after the Marshall Liberal Government today introduced new regulations.

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