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Defence Minister promises 'conservative' approach to submarines following tour of ASC

ABC NEWS: Defence Minister Kevin Andrews has promised a "conservative" approach to deciding on Australia's next generation of submarines, following a tour of a key shipbuilding site in Adelaide. Read more ... (Friday, 23 January 2015)

We moved mountains, let’s build subs

ADELAIDE NOW: Why does our national government have such little faith in the ability of Australians to rise to new challenges. Read more ... (Friday, 26 December 2014)

Settled living in Ceduna

WEST COAST SENTINEL: Ceduna registered nurse Supraja Elaiyavalli is one of many skilled and business migration nominations Minister for Investment and Trade Martin Hamilton-Smith recognised during his tour with cabinet. Read more ... (Monday, 08 December 2014)

Submarine debate: Labor accuses Commonwealth of gagging ASC on local building costs

YAHOO!7: The South Australian Government has accused the Commonwealth of "gagging" the Australian Submarine Corporation (ASC) over the cost of building submarines locally. Read More ... (Friday, 21 November 2014)

Sub Boost for SA

ADELAIDE NOW: Defence Minister David Johnston rules out 'off the shelf' submarine purchase. Read more ... (Thursday, 13 November 2014)

Son of Collins’ class subs appearing as viable option for Future Submarines project

ADELAIDE NOW: A 'Son of Collins' submarine option is fighting back as a viable option for the Future Submarines. Read more ... (Wednesday, 05 November 2014)

Frigate building plan for SA - reports

YAHOO!7: The federal government is planning a $10 billion-plus warship building project for South Australia, according to reports. Read more ... (Thursday, 30 October 2014)

SA produce in Beijing showcase

THE ADVERTISER: Four iconic South Australian food and wine businesses will have their produce on show in Beijing as part of a three-month project launched yesterday. Read more ... (Tuesday, 28 October 2014)

New submarine fleet: SA Defence Industries Minister dismisses 'time-schedule' argument for foreign purchase

ABC NEWS: South Australian Defence Industries Minister Martin Hamilton-Smith has dismissed claims by the Federal Government that there is not enough time to design and build the next fleet of submarines in Australia. Read more ... (Tuesday, 28 October 2014)

Submarine defence casuses more than a ripple

IN-BUSINESS MAGAZINE: On the same day that key stakeholders took to the floor of Parliament to discuss the state government’s submission to the Defence White Paper on industry policy, a new report has emerged that highlights the “devastating economic ripple effect” that would occur if submarine manu... ... (Wednesday, 22 October 2014)

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