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SA shooter clinches spot in Rio team
See Australia's best junior athletes compete at SA Athletics Stadium, Sunday 24 April from 9am. Entry is free.
In an Australian first, laws allowing for the on-road trials of driverless cars are now in place in South Australia.
The Motor Accident Commission’s (MAC) latest road safety campaign, It’s Time – to stop drug driving, targets drug drivers with a hard hitting message about the dangers of driving while impaired.
South Australia smashes the men's team pursuit record at the 2016 Subaru Track National Championships!
A public education campaign highlighting the life-saving potential of personal flotation devices will start in South Australia this weekend.
More than $1.1 million will be invested in volunteer marine search and rescue operations across South Australia this year including grant funding for services on the Yorke Peninsula.
Recently the one millionth bike rider has clicked over on the Mike Turtur Bikeway, wheeling it in as South Australia’s busiest cycling commuter route into the Adelaide’s CBD, with a top of 1000 riders per day.
South Australia has become the first state in Australia to provide detailed guidance for local councils on the installation and use of sharrows on South Australian streets.
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