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South Australian cricketers to train India’s next generation of champions

The Adelaide based Darren Lehmann Cricket Academy is targeting young Indian cricketers with a proposal to establish a centre of excellence in India. Minister for Investment and Trade Martin Hamilton-Smith who is leading the State Government’s largest trade delegation to Delhi, Jaipur and Mumbai, wel... ... (Thursday, 13 August 2015)

South Australian flour exporter expands into India’s premium hotels

A South Australian flour company is on track to supply India’s lucrative premium hotel sector after securing a trial agreement while on the State Government led trade mission this week. Minister for Investment and Trade Martin Hamilton-Smith said Flinders Ranges Premium Grain is a group of wheat gro... ... (Thursday, 13 August 2015)

Karlene Maywald to lead South Australia’s push to sell water expertise

Former chair of Australia’s National Water Commission Karlene Maywald has been appointed as ‘Strategic Adviser – Water Opportunities,’ to assist South Australia’s water expertise global sales pitch. Attending a trade delegation in India this week, the Minister for Investment and Trade Martin Hamilto... ... (Tuesday, 11 August 2015)

South Australian solar business shines in global markets

Solar manufacturing company Heliostat has linked up with one of India’s largest power generation companies, to generate millions of dollars in exports and create hundreds of jobs. Attending a trade delegation in India this week, Minister for Investment and Trade Martin Hamilton-Smith said the Memora... ... (Monday, 10 August 2015)

South Australian diggers remembered at Battle of Lone Pine commemoration

More than 100 South Australian soldiers, who died at the Battle of Lone Pine, will be honoured during an Anzac Centenary commemoration in Gallipoli today. Minister for Veterans’ Affairs Martin Hamilton-Smith said a bi-partisan parliamentary and veteran delegation will also pay tribute to the 8000 Au... ... (Thursday, 06 August 2015)

Defence interns launched into career trajectory

Ten South Australian university students have been awarded exclusive internships designed to pave the way to careers in the defence, science and technology sectors.Minister for Science and Information Economy Gail Gago said the Defence and STEM Scholarship and Internship Program will enable students... ... (Tuesday, 04 August 2015)

A new PTSD Centre for Excellence at Glenside

An expert advisory panel including clinicians, veteran representatives, consumers and carers has recommended Glenside Health Service Campus as the site for the new $15 million veteran mental health precinct including the Centre for Excellence for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)Health Minister ... ... (Sunday, 02 August 2015)

South Australian delegation to commemorate Battle of Lone Pine in Gallipoli

22-year-old South Australian Alex Hibbard will honour his late father and represent Legacy at the Battle of Lone Pine centenary commemoration in Turkey this week.The Minister for Veterans’ Affairs Martin Hamilton-Smith said a bi-partisan parliamentary and veteran delegation will also pay tribute to ... ... (Friday, 31 July 2015)

Federal Government must support local jobs in $350m Edinburgh upgrade

The State Government is calling on the Federal Government to support the South Australian construction industry and business community during its facilities upgrade at RAAF Base Edinburgh, worth up to $350 million.Minister for Defence Industries Martin Hamilton-Smith said Defence personnel are an im... ... (Friday, 31 July 2015)

Shifting South Australia’s time zone

The Government is favouring a shift to Eastern Standard Time following the consideration of two reports into the benefits or difficulties a potential change in time zone could cause. Releasing two reports from the first round of community consultation, Premier Jay Weatherill said the wide-ranging su... ... (Tuesday, 28 July 2015)

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