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05/08/2017
SES to distribute sandbags again tomorrow

In response to the expected wet and windy weather over the next 36 hours, the State Emergency Service (SES) will again make sandbags available tomorrow (Sunday, 6 August) from six locations in the Adelaide metropolitan area and Mount Barker.

05/08/2017
Watch and Act message for Mount Lofty Ranges

Watch and Act Message for Mount Lofty Ranges

04/08/2017
SES distributing sandbags tomorrow

With heavy rain possibly impacting the Adelaide metropolitan area and Mount Lofty Ranges tomorrow and Sunday, the State Emergency Service (SES) is making sandbags available from six locations tomorrow (Saturday, 5 August) between 10am and 2pm.

03/07/2017
20170703 Media Release First significant low pressure system for this winter

With severe weather forecast for today, State Emergency Service (SES) is urging South Australians to prepare their home to withstand the impacts of strong winds and rain over the coming days.

02/06/2017
More than 300 years of community service by SES volunteers recognised at two Riverland events

More than 300 years of community service by State Emergency Service (SES) volunteers will be recognised at two separate events in the Riverland next week.

25/05/2017
Tea Tree Gully unit to maintain its perfect record

Tea Tree Gully State Emergency Service (SES) Unit will be out to maintain its perfect winning record when it competes in this year?s State Rescue Challenge at AAMI Stadium at West Lakes this Saturday.

19/05/2017
SES urges South Australians to prepare for winter

With the start of winter less than two weeks away, the State Emergency Service (SES) is urging South Australians to prepare their home to withstand the impacts of severe storms and localised flooding.

09/05/2017
Orange 'selfies' for selfless SES volunteers

South Australians are being encouraged to dig deep into their wardrobe and find something orange they can wear tomorrow (Wednesday, 10 May) as part of Wear Orange Wednesday (WOW).

01/04/2017
Third SA deployment leaves for Ballina tomorrow

A third deployment of South Australian emergency services personnel will leave tomorrow morning for Ballina in northern New South Wales in the wake of Tropical Cyclone Debbie.