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10/01/2018
Alert SA App update

On 6 January 2018 the Alert SA App experienced significant performance issues which resulted in the non-display and provision of notifications and warnings to the community.

22/12/2017
SES returning home after storm damage operations in Mildura

Fifteen SES volunteers and one staff member will be returning to South Australia today after a highly successful deployment to assist Victorian SES in the storm damage operations following the devastating storms which hit Mildura on Wednesday.

18/12/2017
SES reissues warning for north of state today

The SA State Emergency Service (SES) has reissued a warning for people travelling in northern parts of the state today where temperatures are expected to exceed 45 degrees Celsius at a number of locations.

15/12/2017
High weekend temperatures prompts SES warning

Ahead of this weekend?s forecast hot weather, the SA State Emergency Service (SES) has issued a warning for motorists and tourists in northern parts of the state where temperatures at some locations are expected to reach more than 45 degrees Celsius.

01/12/2017
More sandbags being distributed today (Friday)

The State Emergency Service (SES) will have free sandbags available later today Friday, 1 December) from eight locations in Adelaide, the Mount Lofty Ranges and regional parts of the state.

30/11/2017
SES on standby ahead of expected weather

The State Emergency Service (SES) is on standby ahead of expected severe thunderstorms which are expected to impact large parts of the state overnight and through into tomorrow.

30/11/2017
SES distributing sandbags today

The State Emergency Service (SES) will have free sandbags available later today (Thursday, 30 November) from four locations in the Adelaide metropolitan area and the Mount Lofty Ranges.

29/11/2017
Planning ahead is the key says the SES

The SES is advising people to clear their gutters and downpipes ahead of heavy rains and associated thunderstorms in some parts of the state in the days ahead.

13/11/2017
Media advice

Media outlets are advised that the media release issued this morning in relation to Tea Tree Gully State Emergency Service (SES) Unit winning the National Disaster Rescue Competition in Tasmania on the weekend is incorrect.

13/11/2017
Tea Tree Gully unit wins fourth national rescue title

Tea Tree Gully State Emergency Service (SES) Unit has taken out its fourth National Disaster Rescue Competition (NDRC) after narrowly defeating a team from Port Macquarie over the weekend.