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Limestone Coast investment on the agenda

Food and tourism investment opportunities on the Limestone Coast are being explored by nine business migration clients taking part in Immigration SA-led tour to the region this week.Investment and Trade Minister Martin Hamilton-Smith said that over the next two days the group of investors from China... ... (Monday, 20 June 2016)

New laws proposed to secure prompt payment for sub-contractors

Sub-contractors in the building industry will be supported in their push for prompt and fair payment by principal contractors under new laws proposed by the Small Business Commissioner.The proposal follows a review of the Building and Construction Security of Payment Act, conducted by retired Distri... ... (Friday, 17 June 2016)

Explore and commemorate on the Flanders Fields Poppy Trail

Personal stories of endurance, tragedy, humour and mateship have been gathered into a program to commemorate the centenary of Australia’s loss and triumph in battles fought on the Western Front 100 years ago.Tokens, artefacts, letters, writings, music and art are among the keepsakes and historical t... ... (Friday, 17 June 2016)

New education agreement between South Australia and Da Nang

South Australian students, from primary right through to vocational and tertiary levels, are set to benefit from a new agreement to be signed this afternoon to strengthen education and training ties with Da Nang, Vietnam. In Vietnam as part of the South Australian Government’s South East Asia busine... ... (Saturday, 04 June 2016)

South Australia-West Java educational forum a first

Minister for Investment and Trade Martin-Hamilton Smith has today opened the first South Australia-Bandung Vocational International Collaboration forum today and signed a new commitment between TAFE SA and Bandung’s LPKI Politeknik. The 50-person forum, attended by South Australian South East Asia ... ... (Wednesday, 01 June 2016)

Fashion mission - South Australian designers to showcase their work in Indonesia

Three local fashion designers leave for Indonesia today to showcase their work in Jakarta as part of South Australia’s trade and business delegation to South East Asia.Monday night’s South Australian dinner event for leading investors, fashion buyers and influential business identities, will feature... ... (Saturday, 28 May 2016)

Trade mission to promote business opportunities in South East Asia

Opportunities in business and education will be a focus of a South Australian delegation leaving today for the Philippines, Indonesia and Vietnam.The delegation of more than 60 business, education, cultural and government leaders, will work to advance relationships, increase engagement with South Ea... ... (Wednesday, 25 May 2016)

Act review to support growth of retail and small business

Consultation on the review of the Retail and Commercial Leases Act 1995 is now underway and the State Government encourages all stakeholders play an active part.The review was handed down by retired District Court Judge Mr Alan Moss last month and consultation will take place over the next three mon... ... (Tuesday, 24 May 2016)

Appointment of Veterans’ Advisory Council Chair

Mr Brent Espeland AM has been appointed Chair of the Veterans’ Advisory Council (VAC), replacing the Hon Sir Eric Neal AC CVO who has served in the role with distinction since inception of the VAC in 2008.The Council’s key aim is to promote the well-being of South Australian Veterans and provide adv... ... (Tuesday, 24 May 2016)

Local businesses secure a greater portion of State Government work

Business across the state are benefitting from South Australian Government policies giving them first go at almost $4 billion worth of goods and services contracts let annually by the government.Latest data from the State Procurement Board shows that in 2014-15, 90 per cent of the value of goods an... ... (Friday, 20 May 2016)

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