More new businesses survive in South Australia than anywhere else in the nation, recent Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) data shows.
South Australia’s headline unemployment rate was up 0.4 to 7 per cent in March, according to the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics Labour Force data.
The State Government has received 31 expressions of interest to build the 250MW government-owned gas power plant.
For the first time this Easter, holidaymakers returning to Adelaide from the Yorke Peninsula and Mid North will be able to use real-time data to choose the quickest route home.
The European Union has recognised Adelaide for its leadership on sustainable development through its World Cities programme.
South Australia will explore opportunities to partner with France in the growing international space sector, when the Premier meets with the head of the International Astronautical Federation and President of the French Space Agency (CNES), Dr Jean-Yves Le Gall.
The creators of a revolutionary app that helps doctors diagnose, manage and treat skin cancer will set up shop in Adelaide, creating up to 25 high tech jobs in the Health Industries sector.
This year’s Santos Tour Down Under (TDU) has created history, smashing all previous TDU economic impact and event specific visitor results.
Nineteen South Australian businesses will share in $466,256 to access new global markets and create jobs, in round seven of the State Government’s Export Partnership Program (EPP).
South Australian teachers and students will continue to benefit from programs focusing on French language and intercultural learning following the renewal of an agreement between the State and French Embassy.
South Australians are being reminded of the fragility of life this Easter, and being urged to drive with care ahead of the long weekend.
The new CBD school will be named Adelaide Botanic High School and will have a single shared zone with Adelaide High School when it opens in Term 1, 2019.