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They may not be able to smell it, but the Botanic Gardens of South Australia’s spectacular Corpse Flowers continue to fascinate people the world over.
Over the Easter long weekend, Adelaide Oval will welcome its four millionth visitor since its award-winning redevelopment two years ago.
A leading Chinese company specialising in advanced food technology and processing will partner with Flinders University to deliver a new $1 million laboratory that will commercialise marine biotechnology research and development.
International student numbers in South Australia are on the rise, with more than 32,000 enrolled in training and higher education in the State last year, according to new figures from Austrade.
Wine product developers and a health manufacturer are among the nine South Australian companies sharing in grants totalling more than $428,000 to help them translate entrepreneurial ideas into high-value businesses.
The challenge is out to the world’s best and brightest entrepreneurs to help Adelaide become the world’s first carbon neutral city.
South Australia’s peak festival and event period – known locally as Mad March – continues to bring in the crowds, with more than a million people attracted to a smorgasbord of events.
A joint venture between South Australian water treatment technology company Micromet and Chinese industrial group Dadongwu will generate 75 new manufacturing jobs in Adelaide.
Pfizer has announced the final phase of its $21 million Adelaide facility upgrade which will secure 100 hi-tech jobs and contribute to global cancer treatment.
South Australia will explore new investment and trade opportunities with South East Asia through a new South Australia-Penang Joint Working Group.