Motorcycle deaths on South Australian roads this year have sky-rocketed to double the annual five year average, prompting the State Government to this week bring together the State’s top motorcycle rider groups, industry bodies and stakeholders to investigate initiatives to reduce road trauma.

If you live on the outskirts of metropolitan Adelaide you may think bushfires won’t affect you.

Live images from around 400 CCTV cameras at Adelaide Oval are now able to be beamed live into the Police Operations Centre in the CBD, giving Police heightened capability to monitor mass gatherings at the venue.

The State Government’s drug-driving Bill has passed Parliament, meaning motorists who drive stoned under the influence of cannabis will soon face toughened penalties for drug-driving.

The State Government today remembers those who lost their lives, homes and property as we mark the two year anniversary of the devastating Pinery bushfire.

Thousands of school leavers are making their way to Victor Harbor today with the help of the Motor Accident Commission’s (MAC) free bus service.

The Opposition’s stance on police powers around drug-detection shows they’re completely out of touch with their own policies and want to get tough on school children, while going soft on drug-drivers.

The State Government’s commitment to deliver 313 extra officers into the South Australia Police (R313); has for the first time since the recruitment drive began, necessitated a double graduation ceremony at the SAPOL academy.

17 South Australians, all members of the Emergency Services Sector, who have gone above and beyond the call of duty, have been honoured at a special ceremony today.

South Australians have a chance to see the inner workings of the state’s biggest fire station right after Santa sweeps through Adelaide’s CBD.

Fixed-wing aerial shark patrols will begin along Adelaide’s metro and south coast waters tomorrow, approximately two weeks earlier than scheduled.

The State Government’s attempts to crack down on drug-drivers have been shamefully stalled by the Liberal Party, who inexplicably want to weaken the existing law and allow people using medicinal cannabis to be able to drive.