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The State Government has signed an agreement with China Southern Airlines to promote tourism between South Australia and China, paving the way for direct passenger services between Adelaide and Guangzhou.
In a major coup for South Australia, a global expert in cell biology has been appointed as part of an international partnership between the University of South Australia and Singapore’s Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR).
South Australian businesses have led a rapid growth in goods exports, with new figures from the Australia Bureau of Statistics showing local products are in high demand.
The State Government has signed an agreement with the world’s second largest infrastructure company to work together on pursuing investment opportunities in South Australian projects – particularly around mining.
Adelaide has been ranked the most cost competitive city in Australia, moving ahead of Melbourne in KPMG’s latest biennial Competitive Alternatives Report.
South Australia has become the first jurisdiction to institute laws allowing for the on-road trial of driverless cars.
South Australian small businesses will soon have access to centralised support, with the establishment of a new shopfront in Adelaide’s CBD.
World stockpiles of waste wool are suddenly in fashion after Flinders University scientists found a way to boost their value.
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.