News Archive: Growth through innovation
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An ambitious target to increase the proportion of low emission vehicles (LEVs) in the State Government fleet to 30 per cent over the next three years will go a long way towards making Adelaide the world’s first carbon neutral city.
Cleland Wildlife Park, which opened to the public in 1967, will be developed into a globally-recognised tourism experience including an International Koala Centre of Excellence thanks to a $500,000 commitment from the State Government.
South Australian small businesses have already begun registering for the State Government’s Job Accelerator Grant Scheme announced in the State Budget last Thursday.
South Australia will be the new Australasian headquarters for global engineering support services company Babcock International Group – delivering more than 48 highly skilled jobs to the State.
Over the next 30 days, the State Government is asking business and the community to speak up about what makes it difficult to conduct business in South Australia.
South Australian owned and operated manufacturing business Golden North Ice Cream has been awarded a $200,000 grant to upgrade their ice cream production line in Laura, in the state’s Mid North.
The first stage of Neoen Australia’s Hornsdale Wind Farm near Jamestown has begun generating energy into the grid.
The 2016-17 State Budget includes almost $80 million to accelerate South Australia’s transformation to a modern, innovative economy that supports and creates jobs for the future.
Adelaide is one step closer to becoming the world’s first Carbon Neutral City with the finalists of South Australia’s Low Carbon Entrepreneur’s Prize revealed – with both judges and the public having a say.
A new artificial shellfish reef will be built along South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula, just 90 minutes’ drive from Adelaide.