Former Oz Minerals chief joins EDB to guide Tonsley development

19 Dec 2014 Industry and innovation

Former Oz Minerals Chief Executive Terry Burgess has been appointed to the Economic Development Board, South Australia’s foremost advisory group to the State Government.

Aircraft fleet expands to support growth in mining and petroleum sector

18 Dec 2014 Resources and energy

Fly in-fly out services for South Australia’s mining and petroleum sector will be boosted following South Australian-owned AE Charter Services today announcing it is expanding its fleet of aircraft.

Innovyz to expand to Tonsley in 2015 to help SA grow through innovation

17 Dec 2014 Industry and innovation

Business mentors Innovyz will relocate to Tonsley early next year as part of an expanded program to support innovation in South Australia.

Small business roundtable puts spotlight on regions

17 Dec 2014 Investment and trade, Industry and innovation, Skills employment and higher education

Small business leaders have met at Parliament House to discuss regional South Australia, skills demands and workforce development needs.

Growth through innovation targets increased exports, investment

16 Dec 2014 Industry and innovation

South Australia will fill the economic gap created by the looming closure of Holden by harnessing innovation to increase exports and investment in research and development.

South Australia home to nation-leading Cluster Observatory

16 Dec 2014 Industry and innovation

South Australia is now home to a nation-leading hub for business information sharing.

Govt support for auto supply diversification projects worth $1.23 million

11 Dec 2014 Industry and innovation

The State Government marked the first anniversary of GM’s announcement that it would stop making Holdens in Australia by providing more than $600,000 to support automotive suppliers.

SA’s headline unemployment rate drops to 6.6 per cent

11 Dec 2014 Skills employment and higher education

It is pleasing to see that South Australia’s headline unemployment rate dropped slightly to 6.6 per cent in November, while the national rate rose to 6.

Campaign takes a stand against racism in South Australia

10 Dec 2014 Cultural affairs

Today marks the one year anniversary of South Australia signing up to the Racism. It Stops with Me campaign, as part of World Human Rights Day celebrations.

More than 800 uni students vie for Adelaide ambassador in viral campaign

09 Dec 2014 Skills employment and higher education, Investment and trade

More than 800 Chinese university students have applied to be an ambassador to Adelaide in a social media campaign that went viral earlier this year.