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Bio Innovation SA is to be given a new name - TechInSA - and broader responsibility to promote and build the State’s growing reputation as a centre for innovation and entrepreneurship.
A unique tourism experience incorporating a new state-of-the-art facility and cellar door will be established in the Adelaide Hills.
South Australia’s Investment Attraction Agency has secured 10 major investments, generating more than 3800 jobs and in excess of $950 million in new investment for the State since its inception 12 months ago – all without having to spend any additional Government funds.
South Australia’s overseas goods exports again performed substantially better than the national average according to figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
Ten northern Adelaide-based start-ups will share in grants of $159,000 to help make their business dreams a reality, while two established businesses will share in a total of $120,000 to expand their operations and create jobs.
Direct flights to mainland China will now be possible thanks to an agreement signed between the State Government and China Southern Airlines on 29 July.
Cycling in and across the CBD will be a whole lot safer thanks to a joint funding commitment from the State Government and the Adelaide City Council.
Three government-owned buildings – State Library of South Australia, the Art Gallery of South Australia and Adelaide High School – will be fitted with battery storage demonstration systems, in what is believed to be a national first.
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.