Naval shipbuilding jobs and investment are at risk, unless the Federal Government can deliver the promised 90 per cent level of local industry content.
News releases - Martin Hamilton-Smith
The dramatic increase in business migrants choosing South Australia as the place to live and do business is a massive boon for the state.
The announcement of a $25 million Maritime Technical College to train Australian workers for our $90 billion naval shipbuilding program has been welcomed by the State Government.
A new action plan focusing on the significant trade and investment opportunities in the Middle East and North Africa has been released on the eve of an Australian trade mission to the region, led by South Australian Investment and Trade Minister Martin Hamilton-Smith.
A martial arts and weightlifting training centre, a hydroponic vegetable grower and a producer of race winning engines are among 11 northern Adelaide-based small businesses and start-ups that will share in more than $430,000 of state government funding.
A State Government grant will help the family of Aboriginal World War I digger Miller Mack, who died in 1919, conduct a special service that will see his remains reinterred, with full military honours, at his home at the Raukkan community, near the Murray Mouth.
South Australia’s largest ever industry contingent will attend the bi-annual aviation, aerospace and defence showcase, Avalon Airshow, in Geelong, as the state looks to grow jobs and investment in the sector.
Minister for Investment and Trade Martin Hamilton-Smith is in Darwin to discuss the global trade and investment outlook; trade negotiations and foreign investment policy at today’s national Trade and Investment Ministers’ Meeting (TIMM).
Businesses in South Australia have a clear competitive advantage over their interstate counterparts, a new independent report shows.
Damaged in a recent attack by graffiti vandals, a tribute mural on the front wall of the Vietnam Veterans Federation Hall, will be repaired with a State Government grant.
The airports industry has slammed the Opposition Leader’s plan for a freight airport at Monarto.
South Australians will have the chance to see one of the world’s most advanced naval ships when the Italian FREMM-class frigate Carabiniere arrives in Adelaide today.