Granite Island is set to become South Australia’s newest arts icon, with a clifftop sculpture trail featuring local, national and international artists to open to the public on 16 December and open every day of the year.

The 2017 Basin Plan Evaluation released today by the Murray-Darling Basin Authority shows much work still needs to be done to ensure the Basin Plan is delivered on time and in full.

South Australian company Waternish Constructions Pty Ltd has been awarded a contract in excess of $2 million to install a multi-layered odour management system at SA Water’s Port Adelaide Wastewater Pump Station in West Lakes.

Business premises at Edinburgh Parks, Salisbury, and in the Adelaide CBD will be the first two commercial buildings in South Australia to undergo environmental upgrades using a new finance mechanism.

South Australia has reached record numbers in educating children about living safety with dogs and cats to help avoid attacks.

A fish species known as congolli has been discovered in freshwater rivers across Kangaroo Island for the first time.

Climate action leaders from around the country are working to accelerate states and territories’ transition to electric vehicles after signing an agreement at today’s Climate Action Roundtable.

South Australians can now begin the process of registering as a dog or cat breeder via the Dog and Cat Management Board’s website, before registration becomes compulsory on 1 July 2018.

The announcement by the New South Wales Government that it will not cooperate with a Royal Commission into water theft and corruption allegations raises serious doubts about their commitment and ability to deliver the Murray-Darling Basin Plan.

About 200 delegates from across Australia and around the world are meeting in Adelaide this week to discuss ecotourism’s current trends and future directions.

South Australia continues its leadership in waste management and resource recovery with the Environment Protection (Waste Reform) Amendment Act 2017 coming into effect today.

A prescribed burn in the far north of the state this week was the first cultural burn to be undertaken on land co-managed by the State Government and indigenous groups.