Global leader in renewable energy, Enzen Global Solutions, has expanded international operations into Australia with the opening of a head office in the Adelaide CBD.
A new demonstration project of seedlings and mature trees has been officially opened in the CBD to better understand carbon offsets, which are increasingly being sought by business and others as part of their efforts to transition to a low-carbon economy.
Adelaide’s west end has today been named as the state’s first declared public precinct – giving police extra powers to manage anti-social and disorderly behaviour in the city.
Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis has revealed South Australian small businesses will receive a payroll tax increase if the Liberals block the Budget Measures Bill in Parliament this week.
A new two-year wine education program aims to bring South Australia’s premium wines, wine regions and winemaking expertise to the large and growing Indian market.
The Australian Bankers Association (ABA) has been forced into an embarrassing back down by the Electoral Commissioner, after publishing false information about South Australia’s unemployment rate on their campaign website attacking the SA major bank levy.
A major redevelopment at the Grange Surf Lifesaving Club is officially open, giving local beach and water users a state-of-the-art safety and recreation facility as well as supporting the Club in competition.
An international operatic masterpiece, two companies celebrating disabled artists and grain silos transformed into a giant art canvas are among the finalists in the 12th annual Ruby Awards, announced today.
André Greipel, one of the most accomplished sprinters of modern cycling, will take to the start line at the 2018 Santos Tour Down Under (TDU).
Major public transport projects, metropolitan and regional road projects, and a large-scale expansion of Australia’s first GigCity network top the State Labor Government’s 2017 Infrastructure Australia submission.
Visitors to South Australia’s forests more than doubled last year with 240,000 people choosing to get back to nature and explore local forests.
South Australia has secured the Australian WOMAD license for an additional five years, with State Government funding guaranteeing WOMADelaide as a festival highlight until at least 2024.