Media Releases

Supporting our children and young people in care remains our priority

The Marshall Liberal Government remains committed to protecting the state’s most vulnerable
children and young people with $609 million allocated in the State Budget 2020-21 to child
protection this financial year

City Skate Park concept designs released

The Marshall Liberal Government and City of Adelaide have released a first-look at concept designs for the new City Skate Park, being integrated into Gladys Elphick Park/Narnungga (Park 25).

More carers opening hearts and homes to SA children

More than 100 new family-based carers have put up their hands to provide safe and loving homes for the state’s most vulnerable children and young people over the past 12 months.

$1.25m to support world-leading child protection research

The Marshall Liberal Government is investing $1 million to support world-leading research through new child protection scholarships and in turn, better support our most vulnerable children and young people.

Grants of up to $10,000 to support city businesses

Small businesses in the city impacted by COVID-19 will benefit from new Marshall Liberal Government grants of up to $10,000 towards enhancing and activating their outdoor areas, supporting jobs and driving patronage in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

State Government listens to stakeholders on secure care

Following extensive consultation and advice from key child protection stakeholders, the State Government will not pursue opening a secure care facility for children and young people in care at this time.

Up and over for Torrens Road level crossing

The Morrison and Marshall Governments have announced the preferred design for the Ovingham Level Crossing Removal Project, elevating Torrens Road over the Gawler and freight railway lines.

Better supporting children and young people in residential care

Children and young people living in residential care will benefit from a new, trauma-informed, therapeutic model of care – with the aim of better supporting, empowering and engaging our most vulnerable South Australians.

South Australians opening hearts and minds to foster care

Community interest in providing safe, loving, nurturing homes for children and young people in need has increased during the coronavirus, as South Australians turn their minds to how they can help others.

New campaign encourages South Australians to foster

A new social media campaign will be launched this week encouraging South Australians to consider foster care at this time of uncertainty.