News Archive: Growth through innovation
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Revitalising South Australia’s old and disused buildings will be the subject of an eight week public consultation.
An inland regional port at Leigh Creek will provide an integrated road and rail service from Adelaide to the Cooper Basin, reducing inbound freight costs and creating transport efficiencies.
Potential business migrants from countries including China, Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei are taking part in a South Australian Government-led exploratory visit this week.
A South Australian trade delegation in Japan will hold discussions about developing the state's space sector.
Every primary school in South Australia will have a minimum of one teacher with a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) specialisation by 2019.
OZ Minerals’ new Carrapateena copper mine exploration is underway, paving the way for almost $1 billion in potential investment in the State’s North and more than 1000 jobs.
Adelaide is hosting hundreds of ministers, government officials and business leaders from around the globe for the world’s largest waste reduction and recycling sector forum.
South Australia’s ‘cream of the crop’ start-ups have been picked to take part in the Bridge to MassChallenge competition.
A high-level delegation from The Netherlands is in South Australia and will look at opportunities in key sectors of growth for both regions, including agriculture and horticulture, as well as smart cities, water and logistics.
The old Royal Adelaide Hospital site will be opened up to the public as early as next year with plans for creative, innovative and unique activation opportunities on the site.