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Frigate building plan for SA - reports

YAHOO!7: The federal government is planning a $10 billion-plus warship building project for South Australia, according to reports. Read more ... (Thursday, 30 October 2014)

SA produce in Beijing showcase

THE ADVERTISER: Four iconic South Australian food and wine businesses will have their produce on show in Beijing as part of a three-month project launched yesterday. Read more ... (Tuesday, 28 October 2014)

New submarine fleet: SA Defence Industries Minister dismisses 'time-schedule' argument for foreign purchase

ABC NEWS: South Australian Defence Industries Minister Martin Hamilton-Smith has dismissed claims by the Federal Government that there is not enough time to design and build the next fleet of submarines in Australia. Read more ... (Tuesday, 28 October 2014)

Commonwealth clearing path for broken promise on local submarine build

South Australia Minister for Defence Industries Martin Hamilton-Smith has expressed concern at comments by Federal Government Minister for Defence David Johnston on timeframes for delivering Australia's next generation of submarines. When asked yesterday by Sky News on whether he would honour his pr... ... (Tuesday, 28 October 2014)

Iconic South Australian brands to be showcased in China

Chinese investors and consumers will be exposed to luxury South Australian food and wine products in a three month showcase at the Double Tree by Hilton Beijing. Investment and Trade Minister Martin Hamilton-Smith said the five iconic South Australian brands include Hilton Adelaide, The Beerenberg F... ... (Monday, 27 October 2014)

Local councils will lose if submarines contracts go offshore

A report commissioned by the South Australian Economic Development Board has identified which local council regions will be hardest hit if the future submarines contracts are lost. The independent analysis was compiled by the National Institute of Economic and Industry Research and assesses the econ... ... (Friday, 24 October 2014)

Survey says Federal Government faces voter backlash over submarines

An overwhelming 84 per cent of South Australians support the next generation of submarines to be built locally, compared to only 4 per cent who don’t favour it, according to a new survey. Harrison Research compiled the results which also indicated a backlash against the Federal Government if it brok... ... (Friday, 24 October 2014)

An exciting future for Kimberly-Clark’s Millicent Mill

Kimberly-Clark Australia, the single largest employer in the State’s South East, is investing a further $20 million in its Millicent Mill to upgrade equipment and increase production of its Kleenex products. It follows a $33 million investment earlier this year in a new energy-saving cogeneration pl... ... (Thursday, 23 October 2014)

Submarine defence casuses more than a ripple

IN-BUSINESS MAGAZINE: On the same day that key stakeholders took to the floor of Parliament to discuss the state government’s submission to the Defence White Paper on industry policy, a new report has emerged that highlights the “devastating economic ripple effect” that would occur if submarine manu... ... (Wednesday, 22 October 2014)

Building subs in Japan is 'scandalous'

YAHOO!7: The man at the helm of South Australia’s original submarine project says any move to build our future fleet in Japan would be scandalous. Mike Smithson reports. Read more ... (Wednesday, 22 October 2014)

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