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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.
The Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary’s northern section has been proclaimed the 22nd national park for the State – the first new national park in 10 years.
A project which aims to turn wood waste into fuel that delivers power at the point of consumption has won the top prize in the inaugural Adelaide to Zero Carbon Challenge, South Australia’s Low Carbon Entrepreneur Prize.
South Australia has been named one of the five best regions to visit in the world in a major endorsement by internationally-renowned travel guide Lonely Planet.
South Australia recently welcomed 30 delegates from its sister-state West Java to drive trade and investment opportunities.
Burra’s heritage listed Paxton Square Cottages built in 1849 are set to be upgraded and modernised.
Prime Valley Pastoral’s $2.6 million abattoir redevelopment and extension in Two Wells will create 35 ongoing jobs in the state’s Barossa, Light and Lower North regions.
Limestone Coast businesses can now apply for a share in $50,000 of funding to help them explore new ways of extracting clean, low-emission energy from organic residue.
The hunt is on for the next Airbnb as a new challenge aims to nurture the next generation of collaborative economy enterprises in South Australia.