Pest rabbits causing $30 million in damage annually to South Australian agricultural production will be targeted as part of an upcoming release of the calicivirus RHDV1 K5.
The Riverland Community Legal Service has provided more than 230 separate pieces of legal advice since the centre opened its doors late last year, new figures have revealed.
The Marshall Liberal Government’s zero tolerance approach at the Yamba Quarantine Station has netted 831 fines totalling $311,625 during the South Australian and Victorian school holidays.
A united seafood sector working towards the common goal of industry growth will be the focus of a new Seafood Advisory Forum.
South Australia’s wine and tourism industries will soon have better access to cutting edge technology that will further drive our state’s already booming wine exports, thanks to new Marshall Liberal Government funding.
South Australia’s role at the forefront of Australian research into the sterile insect technology for Queensland fruit fly has been strengthened through a new $10 million funding agreement.
A $2 million upgrade of the Yamba Quarantine Station has been completed as the Marshall Liberal Government continues to invest in protecting South Australia from the devastation of fruit fly.
The first four recruits to participate in the State Government's inaugural Aboriginal Fisheries Officer Career Pathways Program graduated this week, to officially become Fisheries Officers.
South Australian regions wanting to grow their populations, and fill local workplace shortages through migration, will now have access to a step-by-step toolkit on regional settlement.
Visitors to South Australia over the winter school holidays are reminded to leave fruit and vegetables at home to avoid a frosty reception at the state’s borders.
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