Vice Regal News
On Friday morning at the Stamford Plaza Adelaide, His Excellency the Governor officially opened the Migration Institute of Australia national conference Regional Migration impacts and opportunities - Innovation, Investment and Skills.
Later at Government House, the Governor and Mrs Le received the Honorary Consul of the United Kingdom, Mr Ian Smith, accompanied by United Kingdom community representative, to express condolences on behalf of the people of South Australia for the deaths in Manchester.
In the afternoon the Governor and Mrs Le hosted a luncheon for Dr Merv Davey, Grand Bard of the Gorsedh of Cornwall and members of The Cornish Association of South Australia.
In the evening at Eastwood, the Governor officially launched the Contributing to Social Cohesion and Harmony exhibition, hosted by the Dulwich Centre Foundation in conjunction with Lutheran Community Care, Afghan Youth of South Australia and the Muslim Women’s Association of South Australia.
Afterwards at the InterContinental Adelaide, the Governor addressed the guests at a commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Referendum, a landmark achievement for Aboriginal people, hosted by the Department of State Development.