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The Federal Government must deliver on its local shipbuilding promise

Defence Industry Minister Christopher Pyne must immediately release the Frigates Request For Tender so that the facts can be established.Public reports this morning that this tender document does not require the successful tenderer to utilise the existing shipbuilding workforce or to engage with Aus... ... (Wednesday, 16 August 2017)

Australians must build future submarines and frigates

The need for an Australian-owned builder for the $89 billion 12-submarine and nine-frigate program was emphasised in State Parliament today by South Australian Defence Industries Minister Hamilton-Smith. The Minister told budget estimates that indications coming from Canberra are that the French Gov... ... (Tuesday, 01 August 2017)

Investment agency within striking distance of key jobs target

The State Government’s peak investment agency, Investment Attraction South Australia is within striking distance of its jobs target months ahead of schedule. In a little over 18 months, the agency has secured 19 major investment projects and created 5939 jobs - well on its way to achieving the targe... ... (Tuesday, 01 August 2017)

South Australian delegation to promote the state's defence industry

The state’s defence and naval shipbuilding capabilities will be showcased to key industry leaders and investors in Malaysia and Singapore during the South Australian South East Asia trade mission.  Minister for Defence Industries Martin Hamilton-Smith, joined by Air Chief Marshal Sir Ang... ... (Wednesday, 26 July 2017)

Innovative medical devices partnership program expanding into Singapore

The South Australian Government has witnessed Flinders University sign a Memorandum of Understanding with Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University (NTU) to create an international node of the successful Medical Devices Partnership Program (MDPP). The MDPP-Partnership 2025 aims to build additiona... ... (Tuesday, 25 July 2017)

New plan targets North East Asian markets for increased trade

Markets in the Republic of Korea, Japan and Taiwan in North East Asia will be targeted in a new plan to increase trade and uncover opportunities. Released today, the North East Asia Action Plan defines how South Australia’s businesses and government can work together to increase engagement, and impl... ... (Friday, 14 July 2017)

SA-based fintech firm launches world’s first online home loan

The State Government has partnered with SA-based fintech company Tic: Toc and the Bendigo Adelaide Bank to bring 200 new jobs and investment in banking to South Australia. Tic: Toc has announced today it will launch the world’s first complete online home loan platform, creating new jobs in SA includ... ... (Tuesday, 11 July 2017)

Major banks put themselves ahead of SA small business, workers and their families

South Australia’s 140,000 small businesses and the workers whose livelihoods depend upon a vibrant small business sector will be the winners from the bank levy Minister for Small Business Martin Hamilton-Smith said the $370 million to be raised by the levy underpins the Future Jobs Fund, as well as ... ... (Friday, 30 June 2017)

SA industry advocate model setting national standard

South Australia’s procurement policies and laws are setting the standard with key elements likely to be rolled out nationally. Releasing the final report of the Federal Joint Select Committee on Government Procurement, committee chair  Senator Nick Xenophon said a national Industry Advocate&nbs... ... (Friday, 30 June 2017)

Hills Transport Forum

I will be hosting a Hills Transport Forum with Transport Minister Stephen Mullighan at Blackwood on June 28. We will be discussing the recent announcements of the Blackwood roundabout upgrade, Springbank Road, Daws Road, Goodwood Road intersection upgrade and other hills transport issues. Detai... ... (Wednesday, 28 June 2017)

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