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Ecumenism South Australia

MPs urged to be ‘salt to the world’

Adelaide Archbishop Patrick O’Regan hosted an ecumenical service at St Francis Xavier’s Cathedral yesterday to mark the opening of the South Australian parliamentary year. Source: The Southern Cross.

Schools South Australia

New law would require SA private schools to release more data

Catholic and independent schools in South Australia would be forced to reveal how often they suspend students, how many serious incidents occur on school grounds and how many complaints they receive, under proposed new laws. Source: The Advertiser.

South Australia

South Australian Government says hateful behaviour ‘just not on’

The South Australian Government’s decision to ban Nazi symbols has been welcomed by the Adelaide Holocaust Museum and Steiner Education Centre. Source: The Southern Cross.

People South Australia

Sr Meredith named SA Senior Australian of the Year

Sister of Mercy Meredith Evans has been named the 2024 South Australian Senior Australian of the Year. Source: Adelaide Advertiser.

Education South Australia

Catholic Education SA continues freeze on fees

Catholic Education SA has announced it will freeze tuition fees at 84 diocesan schools across the state for the 2024 school year.

Euthanasia South Australia

Twenty-eight South Australians access state’s euthanasia program

A new report reveals 28 South Australians received a permit to die under the state’s euthanasia laws in the scheme’s first three months, and 12 people have died, including one who died without using the medication available. Source: The Advertiser.

Mental Health South Australia

Mental health support workers to help address skills shortage 

Centacare is calling for regional South Australians to use their experiences with mental illness to help others. Source: ABC News.