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South Australian flying school wins contract in South East Asia

A targeted international marketing campaign by a South Australian flying school has created a blue sky opportunity in Asia’s rapidly expanding aviation training market. Using its $20,000 Export Partnership Program (EPP) grant from the South Australian Government, Hartwig Air Group has secured a si... ... (Thursday, 12 May 2016)

Kintore Avenue transformed to honour our veterans

Thousands of South Australians will get their first look at the new Anzac Centenary Memorial Garden Walk when it opens to the public today.The 280 metre Memorial Walk runs along Kintore Avenue, linking the South Australian National War Memorial to the Torrens Parade Ground, where many service person... ... (Saturday, 23 April 2016)

South Australian news agency cooperative supports regional steel supplier

Arrium steel from Whyalla will be used in a new $1.5m distribution warehouse being built by the South Australian newsagents co-operative ANCOL at Allenby Gardens. ANCOL and its school supplies business KW Schools are building a new retail sales outlet following ANCOL’s recent purchase of web-based s... ... (Wednesday, 20 April 2016)

Goods exports rise on back of small business success

Supported by the State Government’s busiest ever international engagement program, South Australian businesses have led a rapid growth in goods exports. Minister for Investment and Trade Martin Hamilton-Smith said trade figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics today show our local pro... ... (Tuesday, 05 April 2016)

New Adelaide chapter for international networking club

An Adelaide chapter of the global South Australia Club has been launched by its inaugural Patron, His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AO, Governor of South Australia.Minister for Investment and Trade Martin Hamilton-Smith said the South Australia Club was started in London by the Agent General... ... (Friday, 01 April 2016)

First shovel turns on $300 million West Franklin residential project

A sod-turning event was held today to mark the beginning of construction on the $300 million West Franklin apartment complex in the city’s west end. Minister for Investment and Trade Martin Hamilton-Smith said the Franklin Street project is the result of significant investment from China’s Zhengtang... ... (Thursday, 31 March 2016)

New shop front for small business

The State Government has increased its efforts to assist South Australian small businesses with the establishment of a shopfront in the central business district of Adelaide.The new office of the Small Business Commissioner will bring together services and advice from the Department of State Develop... ... (Wednesday, 30 March 2016)

Defence scholarships give Honours students vital industry experience

Nine university students have been offered scholarships with local defence and related companies to work on industry nominated Honours projects.Higher Education and Skills Minister Susan Close said the State Government’s 2016 Defence Honours Scholarship Program provides invaluable industry experienc... ... (Tuesday, 29 March 2016)

Techport expansion reaffirms commitment to naval shipbuilding

The State Government has approved a multi-million dollar upgrade of its Techport facility, to expand its wharf by 22 metres and permit two Air Warfare Destroyers to berth side-by-side. Minister for Defence Industries Martin Hamilton-Smith said the project exemplified the State’s commitment to improv... ... (Monday, 28 March 2016)

China collaboration key to commercialising marine biotechnology research

A new $1 million laboratory to commercialise marine biotechnology research and development will be created through a partnership between Flinders University and a leading Chinese company specialising in advanced food technology and processing.Science Minister Kyam Maher says Shandong Tianjiu Industr... ... (Tuesday, 22 March 2016)

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