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Rare opportunity for local artists to exhibit in China

Five South Australian artists will have their work displayed in China for the first time, as part of the State Government’s cultural delegation to Shandong. The artworks will be featured in the joint exhibition produced by the SALA Festival (South Australian Living Artists’) and Shandong Young Artis... ... (Wednesday, 10 May 2017)

Rare opportunity for local artists to exhibit in China

Five South Australian artists will have their work displayed in China for the first time, as part of the State Government’s cultural delegation to Shandong. The artworks will be featured in the joint exhibition produced by the SALA Festival (South Australian Living Artists’) and Shandong Young Artis... ... (Wednesday, 10 May 2017)

Soccer Swap to kick off next big co-production

Following the global success of TV program Chef Exchange, the South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC) and Minister for Investment and Trade Martin Hamilton-Smith today announced the development of the next big Chinese co-production, Soccer Swap. Developed in consultation with China’s Qingdao Broadc... ... (Wednesday, 10 May 2017)

Business mission to visit China Southern freight facilities

Minister for Trade and Investment Martin Hamilton-Smith and South Australian business representatives will today tour the facilities of China Southern Airlines in Guangzhou to explore the potential for increased goods trade between Adelaide and the south-eastern Chinese city. The tour is one of the ... ... (Tuesday, 09 May 2017)

SA supports Australian Space Agency

The South Australian Government has thrown its support behind the creation of a new Australian Space Agency, providing an unprecedented opportunity for South Australia to further establish its presence in the hi-tech world of space. Minister for Defence Industries Martin Hamilton-Smith said South Au... ... (Tuesday, 18 April 2017)

Federal Government must stand by its pre-election promises

South Australians are right to expect the Federal Government to stand by its pre-election promise of 90 per cent local industry content in the Future Submarines program. The 90 per cent figure was first promised by French designer and builder DCNS and affirmed by   Federal Defence Industry... ... (Tuesday, 04 April 2017)

New agreements help strengthen education ties between South Australia and Indonesia

Three Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) agreements will be signed today to help strengthen the education and training partnership between South Australia, and Indonesia’s West Java Province. TAFE SA will benefit from this new MOU with the Islamic Fashion Institute (IFI) by collaborating in areas of ... ... (Monday, 03 April 2017)

Delegates from South Australia to visit Indonesia

Around 30 industry, business and education representatives leave for Indonesia today to build international connections and seize opportunities for international trade, as part of the South Australian State Government’s business mission program. The delegation, led by Investment and Trade Minister M... ... (Sunday, 02 April 2017)

The Marshall energy option highlights policy vacuum

Former State Liberal Leader, Minister for Investment and Trade Martin Hamilton-Smith says the Leader of the Opposition Steven Marshall exists in a political policy vacuum and that what South Australia needs is movers and shakers, not groovers and fakers. As Liberal Leader, Mr Marshall lacks vision, ... ... (Friday, 31 March 2017)

Defence industry productivity conference

Senior leaders from some of Australia’s largest defence companies will meet today to discuss key challenges currently facing the multi-billion dollar defence industry. Today’s SA Partners Building Defence Industry Productivity Conference will include presentations from leading Defence organisations ... ... (Tuesday, 28 March 2017)

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