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Local demand for Riverland Community Justice Centre skyrockets

Since the Marshall Liberal Government reopened the doors to the Riverland Community Justice Centre in December last year, over 40 legal advice services have been provided out of the office in Berri, as well as outreach services in surrounding areas including Loxton, Cadell and Morgan.

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Have your say on the management of declared animals in South Australia

The State Government is seeking views on the revised ‘List of declared animals’ and a ‘New and emerging introduced animals policy’, aimed at helping to reduce the risk of introduced animals becoming established in South Australia.

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State Government grant to support remote healthcare clinic at Innamincka

The Marshall Liberal Government is supporting the Royal Flying Doctor Service to develop a remote healthcare clinic at Innamincka.

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Marshall Government supports pig producers

The Marshall Liberal Government will fund the innovative ‘Accidental Counsellor Program’ which is being rolled out by South Australia’s pork industry.

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Ingham's state-wide expansion a jobs boost for Regional South Australia

Hundreds of South Australian jobs have been created, as part of Ingham’s Group Limited’s $279 million state-wide expansion.

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Independent GM Moratorium report released

The State Government has today publicly released the independent review of the South Australian Genetically Modified (GM) Food Crop Moratorium which found the moratorium has cost SA grain farmers at least $33 million since 2004.

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Candidates announced for new recreational fishing body

There will be 42 individual candidates up for election to the new Minister’s Recreational Fishing Advisory Council, revealed today by the State Government.

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War declared on Loxton outbreak with sterile fly release

The State Government has declared war on the Loxton Queensland fruit fly outbreak with the release of millions of sterile flies beginning this week in a major assault to get rid of the pest.

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Nominations closing soon for SA Agricultural Town of the Year award

Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development Tim Whetstone is calling on regional communities to put forward a South Australian Agricultural Town of the Year before nominations close this Friday.

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Murray-Darling Basin Royal Commission

 The Hon. T.J. WHETSTONE (Chaffey—Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development): I rise today to support this motion, and I cannot emphasise how important this motion is not only to this state but to the machinations of the Murray-Darling Basin. Let's take a little step back in history.

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