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Air purification a must for SA schools
1 February 2022|
The South Australian Government needs to urgently consider installing air purifiers in all schools as the staggered return to classes begins and to correct the misinformation circulating regarding efficacy, says the provider of a an Australian-first technology which can reduce 99.999% per cent of airborne viruses, including COVID-19.

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Shane Austin appointed as Baptist Care SA's new CEO
20 January 2022|
Experienced community sector executive Shane Austin has been appointed as Baptist Care SA’s new CEO after relocating from Victoria to take up the role.

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Vickers Vimy dismantling marks the start of historic aircraft’s next journey
19 January 2022|
Work has started on the dismantling of the historic Vickers Vimy aircraft at Adelaide Airport ahead of its relocation to a new home within the airport’s main domestic and international terminal.

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Thinking of buying a pooch this Christmas? Consider a retired greyhound!
15 December 2021|
With Christmas fast approaching, hundreds of families are considering buying a puppy for their children over the coming weeks and preparing to spend thousands of dollars on designer dogs.

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Hutt St Centre’s Aspire program helps our homeless stay out of hospital and prison
8 December 2021|
A seven-year program supporting people out of homelessness through intensive, long-term case management is demonstrating that sustained support can significantly reduce participants’ use of government funded services such as hospitals, emergency accommodation and the justice system.

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Work starts on first homes at $160 million Fletcher's Slip development
2 December 2021|
Construction has started on the first homes at the $160 million Fletcher’s Slip development with the first residents expected to move into their homes in mid-2022.

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King William St Special Olympics Torch Run to celebrate International Day of People with Disability
2 December 2021|
The South Australian team for the Special Olympics Australia National Games will be announced by the Governor, Frances Adamson, at Government House tomorrow (December 3), following a parade along King William St featuring the Law Enforcement Torch Run South Australia (LETR SA) “Flame of Hope” for Special Olympics.

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Hutt St Centre funding injection to support our most vulnerable
22 November 2021|
The State Government has announced it will provide $852,000 in transitional funding to Hutt St Centre, to enable the organisation to take on up to an additional 80 people experiencing homelessness between now and June 2022, providing them with intensive, long-term case management based on the Aspire program, which fully supports clients on their journey to homefulness.

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Unity Housing announces move to Bowden
21 November 2021|
Unity Housing has announced it is working with the Buildtec Group to relocate and consolidate its metropolitan offices into a single new purpose built site in Bowden.

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Reducing the burden of stroke in Aboriginal communities
19 November 2021|
A program which focusses on wellbeing, engaging with community and innovative ways of providing emergency treatment and rehabilitation to reduce the incidence and burden of stroke in Aboriginal, and rural and remote communities in South Australia will be discussed at the 6th annual Stroke Forum on Monday, 22 November.

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Kallis Energy announce large-scale renewable hydrogen project for South Australia
17 November 2021|
Kallis Energy Investments is developing the Moolawatana Renewable Hydrogen Project – a large scale (up to 6000 MW) combined solar and wind farm to produce low-cost renewable (or green) hydrogen on Moolawatana Station in the north of South Australia (SA).

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South Australia's largest household recyclables facility opens
8 November 2021|
South Australia’s largest and most advanced household recyclables facility will be officially opened TODAY (November 8) by Senator Andrew McLachlan, with the Southern Materials Recovery Facility (SMRF) able to process 60,000 tonnes of yellow bin recyclables every year.

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Conveyancers in-demand during pandemic-induced housing boom
4 November 2021|
The real estate industry is booming thanks to a pandemic-induced buying and selling frenzy, but it has led to a shortage of conveyancers – the essential cog in property’s legal wheel.

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The Winnovation Awards 2021 finalists have been announced!
25 October 2021|
An Australia-first bushfire awareness STEM program in schools, machine learning for early fault detection in Adelaide’s water networks and the world’s first interactive and digital-inclusive children’s story book for blind and deaf children are just three of the innovations announced as finalists in the 2021 Winnovation Awards.

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$30m Affordable And Social Housing Development
25 October 2021|
Work has begun on Unity Housing’s new $30m social and affordable housing residential development at Henley Beach South, with a groundbreaking event held on 20 October 2021.

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Is your business one of the hottest innovators in the energy, mining and resources industries?
20 October 2021|
Celebrating the hottest Australian innovators in the mining, energy, and resources industries, CORE Innovation Hub has opened nominations for its Hot 30 Awards for 2022.

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Connecting with the community to build relationships through stories
12 October 2021|
Students from Mid North Christian College are building relationships with Helping Hand Home Care clients, as part of an Australian-first project to connect with the community, reduce loneliness and share their life stories.

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Killing COVID-19 in 15 seconds - the TGA approves additional claim for MicroSafe's Nanocyn
12 October 2021|
The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has granted approval to South Australian-based international biotech company MicroSafe Care Australia, supporting its claims that its registered hospital-grade disinfectant and sanitiser, Nanocyn, kills SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) in 15 seconds.

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Monarch Apartments construction to commence early after sales blitz
24 September 2021|
Construction of the third apartment building at Glenside has been brought forward after the developer Cedar Woods sold 70 percent of the apartments at Monarch in just three months.

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Let the games begin!
17 September 2021|
The Special Olympics South Australia 2021 State Games presented by NAB officially kick-off tonight, with an exhibition netball game, opening parade and ceremony at the Netball SA Stadium, Mile End.

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