75 organisations found

  • motor-accident-commission

    Motor Accident Commission

    Motor Accident Commission ceased operations on 30 June 2019. The datasets provided are for historical purposes only. The Motor Accident Commission (MAC) is South Australia’s leader in road safety behaviour change and education, and is dedicated to the safety of all South Australian road users. MAC provides funding for research and projects that aim to reduce the number and impact of road injuries and deaths. MAC is also responsible for the management of Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance claims for crashes that occurred up to and including to 30 June 2016.

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  • mount-barker-district-council

    Mount Barker District Council

    Mount Barker District Council is a beautiful region nestled within the heart of the Mount Lofty Ranges and a short drive up the South Eastern Freeway from the City of Adelaide. The district’s close proximity to Adelaide and the attractive natural environment has also contributed to the area’s popularity, which is one of the fastest growing areas in the state. Mount Barker is also home to one of the most successful and diverse artificial wetlands in Australia, named Laratinga Wetlands. It is a popular community recreation reserve with abundant wildlife and other natural attractions. Mount Barker District Council offers the best of urban and rural living in a setting where residents and visitors can enjoy clean air, open spaces and natural beauty.

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  • mount-gambier-library

    Mount Gambier Library

    Mount Gambier Library.

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  • naracoorte-lucindale-council

    Naracoorte Lucindale Council

    The Naracoorte Lucindale Council is located at the heart of the Limestone Coast region, situated approximately 300 kilometres south east of Adelaide and 450 kilometres west of Melbourne. The districts small townships of Kybybolite, Frances and Lucindale are serviced by the municipality’s main service centre; Naracoorte, which is home to world heritage listed Naracoorte Caves National Park.

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  • office-of-the-public-advocate

    Office of the Public Advocate

    The Office of the Public Advocate in an independent statutory Office of the South Australian Government. We exist to promote the rights and interests of people who may need assistance with decision making. We promote rights through delivering our services. Services includes giving advice, finding alternatives to guardianship, advocacy, investigations, and acting as guardian of last resort. These are delivered by a team of professional and administrative staff. The Office is guided by the principles and requirements of the key legislation that we work under. This website gives information about rights and the law. Also, we are committed to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. We seek to offer system changes so that rights are upheld. Our developmental work has focussed on the right to equal recognition before the law, so that people have authority over their lives wherever possible. This includes people being supported to make their own decisions wherever possible, instead of having others make decisions for them.

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  • pharmacy-regulation-authority-sa-prasa

    Pharmacy Regulation Authority SA (PRASA)

    The Pharmacy Regulation Authority SA (PRASA) is the regulatory agency responsible for the administration of the provisions, related to pharmacies, contained in the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (South Australia) Act 2010. The pharmacy related provisions of the Act deal with the regulation of pharmacy premises (both in the private and public sector) pharmacy business, pharmacy services providers (sole proprietors, pharmacy companies and pharmacy trusts) and pharmacy depots.

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  • port-adelaide-enfield-council

    Port Adelaide Enfield Council

    Established in 1996, the City of Port Adelaide Enfield is one of the largest metropolitan Councils within South Australia. Extending from the River Torrens to Outer Harbor and covering an area of approximately 97 square kms, the City offers some of the State's finest historical buildings and landmarks, together with a wealth of beautiful parks and excellent cultural and recreational facilities.

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  • renewal-sa

    Renewal SA

    Renewal SA provides an integrated approach to urban development on behalf of the government of South Australia. Through new ways of planning for residential and industrial communities, we help create innovative places where people want to live, work and play.

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  • riverbank-authority

    Riverbank Authority

    Established by the State Government in September 2014, the Riverbank Authority has a clear mandate to set the direction for future development in the Adelaide Riverbank. The Riverbank Authority is the conduit through which Riverbank stakeholders can connect with each other, and provides the lead voice in establishing the precinct as an iconic destination. The Adelaide Riverbank covers 380 hectares of land, stretching from Bowden in the west to Hackney in the east. Across this expanse are some of the State’s most important civic cultural institutions, destinations and community facilities.

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  • sace

    SACE Board of South Australia

    The SACE Board of South Australia is an independent statutory authority that reports to the Parliament of South Australia through the Minister for Education and Child Development. It provides services to all schools in South Australia that offer Stage 1 and Stage 2 studies for the South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE). The SACE Board services schools that are part of the South Australian Department for Education and Child Development as well as non-government schools, including those linked with Catholic Education South Australia and the Association of Independent Schools of South Australia. Through negotiated arrangements, the Board offers its subjects and assessment services to schools in the Northern Territory that deliver the Northern Territory Certificate of Education and Training and to a number of centres in Malaysia, China, Vietnam, and Vanuatu that deliver the SACE International program.

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  • sa-country-fire-service

    SA Country Fire Service

    The South Australian Country Fire Service (CFS) serves communities through dedicated volunteers delivering professional fire and rescue services to outer metropolitan, regional and rural South Australia. CFS has strong representation in the community across South Australia. This is achieved through our 13,500 volunteers, including our cadets, who are committed to protecting their communities. CFS has 425 brigades operating across the State with a fleet of over 850 fire trucks. Local brigades contribute to out of area deployments to assist neighbouring communities, to communities elsewhere in the State, and interstate where required.

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  • sa-health

    SA Health

    SA Health is committed to protecting and improving the health of all South Australians by providing leadership in health reform, policy development and planning. We believe in health for all, with a focus on well being, illness prevention, early intervention and quality care.

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    SA Housing Authority

    In partnership with the wider housing and homelessness sector, SA Housing Authority is working to improve housing outcomes for vulnerable and low income South Australians. We aim to ensure that everyone can sustain a secure and affordable home as a base to help them reach their full potential.

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  • sa-tourism-commission

    SA Tourism Commission

    The South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC) is committed to growing the state’s tourism industry. It is a commission set up by the South Australian Government to promote the state as a holiday destination.

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  • sa-water

    SA Water

    SA Water is South Australia’s leading provider of water and sewerage services for more than 1.6 million people. Since 1856, SA Water has been working together with South Australians to ensure a reliable supply of safe, clean water and a dependable sewerage system. With its customers at the heart of everything it does, SA Water works to provide world class water services for a better life. SA Water is a statutory corporation reporting to an independent Board, and is included within the portfolio of the Minister for Environment and Water.

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  • south-australian-film-corporation

    South Australian Film Corporation

    The South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC) was established under the South Australian Film Corporation Act 1972 to stimulate and encourage the formation and continued development of a film industry in South Australia. Through its central role supporting the state’s screen industry, the SAFC contributes to a robust South Australian economy; creating jobs, attracting business, telling South Australian stories, supporting visitation, driving innovation and encouraging participation in cultural activities.

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  • south-australian-fire-and-emergency-services-commission

    South Australian Fire and Emergency Services Commission

    The South Australian Emergency Services Sector (ESS), comprising the South Australian Fire and Emergency Services Commission (SAFECOM), Country Fire Service (CFS), Metropolitan Fire Service (MFS) and State Emergency Service (SES), protects South Australian lives, property and environment. The ESS plays an essential role in the safety of all South Australians. Funded wholly by the people of South Australia, the ESS has a responsibility to deliver benefits and cost efficiency to those it serves and returns an increasing value on their trusted investment. The primary role of the ESS is to prevent the loss of life, property, environment and infrastructure through reducing the impact of fires and other emergencies on our community. Not only is this achieved through an ongoing investment in emergency response equipment and trained personnel, but as importantly the ESS is committed to providing emergency warning systems and awareness materials that enable all South Australians to be as prepared and resilient to the dangers of fire and other emergencies as possible. SAFECOM provides ‘corporate’ support services that are integral in allowing the ESOs – CFS, MFS and SES – to provide the frontline services that directly support and protect the community of South Australia. SAFECOM is governed by the SAFECOM Board which comprises the SAFECOM Chief Executive (Presiding Member), the Chief Officers of the three emergency service agencies, a representative of the United Firefighters Union, representatives from the SES Volunteer Association and CFS Volunteer Association and two independent members appointment by the Minister for Emergency Services.

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  • south-australian-government-financing-authority

    South Australian Government Financing Authority (SAFA)

    SAFA is a statutory authority and is subject to the control and direction of the Treasurer of South Australia. SAFA functions as a central financing authority, captive insurer and manager of the passenger and light commercial vehicle fleet operations for the Government of South Australia. It plays an integral role in the overall management of the State’s finances and risks in providing a range of treasury, insurance and fleet services to its public sector clients.

    5 Datasets View South Australian Government Financing Authority (SAFA)
  • south-australian-mental-health-commission

    South Australian Mental Health Commission

    The role of the SA Mental Health Commission is to strengthen the mental wellbeing of South Australians. The Commission’s key initial task is to lead the development of the State’s Mental Health Strategic Plan which will provide strategic direction for the five-year period 2017-2022, based on a 20-year vision. The Commission will also co-ordinate and oversee the development and implementation of subsequent action plans flowing from the Strategic Plan and continue promoting public awareness and destigmatising mental health and wellbeing.

    7 Datasets View South Australian Mental Health Commission
  • south-australian-metropolitan-fire-service

    South Australian Metropolitan Fire Service

    The South Australian Metropolitan Fire Service (MFS) is the primary provider of structural firefighting services to the State of South Australia. The MFS was established in 1862. The MFS is based in the city of Adelaide, population approximately 1.2 million and capital of South Australia. The MFS is a fully professional organisation, recognised for excellence of service provision and employs more than 1,000 staff across 36 stations (20 metropolitan and 16 regional) in South Australia.

    10 Datasets View South Australian Metropolitan Fire Service
  • south-australian-museum

    South Australian Museum

    The South Australian Museum is one of the most visited museums in Australia and holds collections of national and international significance. It is a leader in remote and regional community engagement, and in Australian Aboriginal heritage and scientific research. The Museum offers five floors of intriguing displays to explore, with a regularly changing calendar of exhibitions and a range of community programs that appeal to all ages. Research at the South Australian Museum is unparalleled in the world. It incorporates an exciting blend of traditional scientific disciplines, cutting edge molecular genetic technologies and unique and extensive specimen collections.

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