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International space congress off to a flying start

South Australian space sector firms, start-ups and entrepreneurs should register interest in a new development fund to take their innovative ideas to the next level, says Defence and Space Industries Minister Martin Hamilton-Smith. Minister Hamilton-Smith made the call on the eve of next week’s Inte... ... (Monday, 25 September 2017)

SA’s giant national leading leap into space industry

South Australia is leading the way in space industry development with the creation of the nation’s first dedicated centre to grow the local space economy and create future high-tech jobs. The establishment of a South Australian Space Industry Centre (SASIC) has been announced, ahead of the 68th... ... (Thursday, 21 September 2017)

SA defence businesses have UK export deals and jobs in their sights

Nine South Australian defence companies will showcase their capabilities and connect with new partners in the UK at one of the world’s largest defence and security  events starting in London today.  Heading up the State Government’s first-ever Europe/UK business mission, Minister for Def... ... (Tuesday, 12 September 2017)

Australian naval shipbuilding jobs and investment face new crisis

Tender documents released at a Senate inquiry today reveal that the successful designer – BAE, Fincantieri or Navantia – will be given the right to choose their own workforce and their own supply chain as well as having operational control of the Osborne shipyards. The documents confirm State Govern... ... (Friday, 08 September 2017)

China delegation to further explore economic opportunities with South Australia

China delegation to further explore economic opportunities with South Australia Forty international buyers from Hong Kong, Guangzhou and Shanghai arrive in South Australia today to source premium food, wine and consumer goods from local businesses. Approximately 120 South Australian companies will s... ... (Wednesday, 06 September 2017)

StudyAdelaide takes centre stage in Vietnam

A new campaign to find two StudyAdelaide student ambassadors will be launched in the growing student market of Vietnam today to further boost SA as a study destination in the region. The campaign launch in Hanoi, part of the South Australian Government’s current trade mission to Vietnam, will raise ... ... (Wednesday, 23 August 2017)

SA pursues jobs and investment from relationship with Thailand

A South Australian business delegation in Thailand today will promote the state’s key export sectors to local business and government leaders while examining how we can further exiting $1 billion two-way trade opportunities, building on our 72,000 export-related jobs and economic growth. Thailand’s ... ... (Monday, 21 August 2017)

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)

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