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South Australians prepare to commemorate Anzac Day Centenary

On 7 September 1915, South Australian mothers gathered in the South Park Lands of Adelaide to mourn the loss of their sons at Gallipoli. The Australian Soldiers Dardanelles Cenotaph was Australia's first memorial to the Gallipoli campaign. Restored in 1969 after years of neglect, it stands as the on... ... (Friday, 24 April 2015)

Local Advanced Manufacturing industry taking off

The Minister for Defence Industries Martin Hamilton-Smith has met with the South Australian companies supplying the world’s largest and most complex military aircraft project. Adelaide-based BAE Systems Australia, RUAG Australia and Levett Engineering are all operating on the international stage, ma... ... (Thursday, 23 April 2015)

Anzac Centenary Memorial Garden Walk

The Kintore Avenue boundary of Government House will be brought in 10 metres to create the Anzac Centenary Memorial Garden Walk that links the grounds of Government House with the Walk. The proposed project will require the first change to the boundaries of Government House since 1927, when the site... ... (Thursday, 23 April 2015)

Repat site retained as health precinct

The Repatriation General Hospital precinct will be retained as a health, aged care precinct and supported accommodation precinct under plans announced today. Health, community and aged-care organisations will be invited to register their interest in the site, as the State Government commits to the p... ... (Tuesday, 21 April 2015)

Premium cost of local shipbuilding exaggerated because subs excluded

The premium cost of a local shipbuild highlighted in yesterday’s RAND report had been overblown because the building of submarines was never in the terms of reference. South Australia’s Defence Industries Minister Martin Hamilton-Smith said the exclusion of submarines from the report means it didn’t... ... (Friday, 17 April 2015)

Student winners of ANZAC Spirit School Prize fly off to Gallipoli

Twenty-two South Australian students depart tonight on a once-in-a-lifetime tour that culminates with the Dawn Service at Gallipoli on ANZAC Day. Education Minister Susan Close said the winners of the Premier’s ANZAC Spirit School Prize were ideal South Australian representatives for the Anzac Cente... ... (Friday, 17 April 2015)

Strategy review to refine state’s trade and engagement with India

Around 60 South Australian business and industry representatives will head to India in August, as part of a major outbound mission building on links forged at the India - South Australia Business Forum during the recent Cricket World Cup. The trade mission will encourage investment and open market a... ... (Thursday, 16 April 2015)

Clapham Primary first SA school to sign up for Eco-Schools

PRESS RELEASE FROM CLAPHAM PRIMARY SCHOOLLocal MP Martin Hamilton-Smith to announce Clapham Primary is the first South Australian school to sign up for Eco-Schools Eco-Schools Australia was launched by Keep Australia Beautiful in May last year, and already more than 60 Australian schools have signed... ... (Wednesday, 08 April 2015)

Centenary of Anzac website launched

A new website commemorating the centenary of Anzac has been launched today. Minister for Veterans’ Affairs Martin Hamilton-Smith said the website was launched to remember all of the courageous South Australian men and women who served during all wars, conflicts and peace operations over the last 100... ... (Thursday, 02 April 2015)

Industry leaders have their say on the state’s time-zone

The state’s industry leaders have had their say on the future of the state’s time-zone at an industry roundtable at Old Parliament House today. Minister for Investment and Trade Martin Hamilton-Smith said it was the chance for 30 of the state’s leaders in areas such as aviation, manufacturing and me... ... (Thursday, 26 March 2015)

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