South Australia’s headline unemployment rate was down 0.4 to 6.9 per cent in May, according to the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics Labour Force data.
News releases - Kyam Maher
Funding of $30,000 will be shared between three South Australian-based companies to develop their abilities to attract venture capital and other funding with the help of photonics commercialisation experts.
Three Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) focusing on farming, food and transport will open in South Australia with support from the Premier’s Research and Industry Fund.
A revolutionary breakthrough in the treatment and possible cure of type 1 diabetes developed in South Australia is now one step closer with $50,000 in State Government funding for a medical technology start up.
International optical and optoelectronics firm ZEISS will consolidate its presence in South Australia moving to new $6 million premises at Tonsley Innovation District.
The State Government will review the Mintabie Township Lease Agreement in partnership with Anangu Pitjantatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) and the Federal Government.
Two Aboriginal Regional Authorities will be recognised by the South Australian Government, bringing the total number of Regional Authorities in the State to five.
Almost 400 young men and women from 55 schools across South Australia will participate in the Port Adelaide Football Club’s tenth Aboriginal Power Cup this week in Adelaide.
A local engineering business has been awarded $50,000 to develop a new high-powered geophysical transmitter system that has the potential to unlock South Australia’s mineral and energy resources potential.
The State Government has provided an advanced manufacturing business with $47,500 to help it shift from the mining sector into new business opportunities in the medical technologies sector.
South Australia’s headline unemployment rate was up 0.3 to 7.3 per cent in April, according to the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics Labour Force data.
Mobile phone coverage will be boosted in black spots in the Mid North, South East and Riverland, with the State Government providing $555,015 towards the construction of four new mobile phone towers.