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South Australian services are in high demand on the global market

South Australia has achieved a record high $2.4 billion in service exports in the 2013-14 financial year – boosting the state’s education, tourism, health, business and legal sectors. Minister for Investment and Trade Martin Hamilton-Smith said the latest data brings total goods and services exports... ... (Saturday, 22 November 2014)

Food industry trailblazers recognised at SA Food awards

A pioneer in establishing kangaroo on Australian restaurant menus has been recognised with two major awards in the 2014 South Australian Food Industry Program Awards. Macro Meat Gourmet Game founder Ray Borda was last night awarded the inaugural Duncan MacGillivray Entrepreneurs Award for pioneering... ... (Saturday, 22 November 2014)

Submarine debate: Labor accuses Commonwealth of gagging ASC on local building costs

YAHOO!7: The South Australian Government has accused the Commonwealth of "gagging" the Australian Submarine Corporation (ASC) over the cost of building submarines locally. Read More ... (Friday, 21 November 2014)

China-Australia Free Trade Agreement

Hansard ExtractsThe Hon. M.L.J. HAMILTON-SMITH: I thank the member for Colton for his question because yesterday the Australian Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, and the Chinese President, Mr Xi Jinping, signed the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement which we are discussing today. It is a historic agree... ... (Wednesday, 19 November 2014)

China to establish Consulate-General in South Australia

South Australia’s relationship with the People’s Republic of China has received an enormous boost with the news that a Chinese Consulate-General will be established in Adelaide. The Consulate-General will further promote economic, trade, scientific, technological, cultural and educational ties betwe... ... (Monday, 17 November 2014)

Sub Boost for SA

ADELAIDE NOW: Defence Minister David Johnston rules out 'off the shelf' submarine purchase. Read more ... (Thursday, 13 November 2014)

South Australian Launch of Data to Decisions Cooperative Research Centre

I’m delighted to be here this evening for the South Australian launch of the Data to Decisions Cooperative Research Centre. Now, more than ever, national security is at the forefront of the community’s mind. On a daily basis the media is inundating us with frightening incidents from across the globe... ... (Wednesday, 12 November 2014)

South Australians pause to reflect on Remembrance Day

South Australians will observe a minutes silence at 11am today in memory of all the men and women who died or suffered in Australia’s war-like and peace time missions to keep the nation safe and free. Veterans’ Affairs Minister Martin Hamilton-Smith said today marks the 96th anniversary of the Armis... ... (Tuesday, 11 November 2014)

South Australia becomes a hub for fighting online terrorism and crime

South Australia has positioned itself as a national data leader with the opening of a new $92 million Data to Decisions Cooperative Research Centre at Technology Park Adelaide. Minister for Defence Industries Martin Hamilton-Smith said the facility will investigate ‘big data’ issues for Defence and ... ... (Monday, 10 November 2014)

National campaign to honour Diggers by passing their names to our children

Australian parents have been urged to honour the memory of their ANZAC ancestors who served in the First World War by naming their newborn babies after them. The Minister for Veterans’ Affairs Martin Hamilton-Smith said the four-year campaign starts on Remembrance Day, which recognises the end of ho... ... (Monday, 10 November 2014)

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