South Australia’s new $200 million Future Jobs Fund will help small businesses create jobs, and will be underpinned by the Major Bank Levy, the 10th Ministerial Small Business Roundtable was told at today’s post Budget briefing.
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A new website has been launched to showcase South Australian opportunities for jobseekers and local businesses.
After almost 30 years, train services will return to the heart of Port Adelaide with a $16.4 million State Budget commitment to build a new spur line and train station.
The 2017-18 State Budget will legislate a new permanent payroll tax rate of 2.5 per cent in South Australia for small businesses with payrolls between $600,000 and $1 million.
The State Government welcomes the Administrator’s decision to select NewLake as the preferred bidder of the Arrium business.
Steven Marshall has once again proved that he is bereft of his own policy ideas and prefers to wait for instructions from the Federal Liberal Party.
The State Government has decided to delay the start date of the Energy Security Target to 1 January 2018, while clarity is sought on the Federal Government’s response to the Finkel Review.
A range of information sheets are now available to the public in response to the many submissions made to the ongoing review of South Australia’s mining laws.
AGL today announced standing offer electricity prices in South Australia will increase 18 per cent next financial year, while they will increase 16.1 per cent in NSW.
South Australia’s State Final Demand, which is a measure of growth in spending in the economy, has grown by significantly more than the national average in the March quarter and over the past year, on both trend and seasonally adjusted terms.
Two bids have been received for the whole of the Arrium business, including the steelworks and mine in Whyalla.
The ESL rate will decrease in 2017-18, while funding new measures, including enhancements to the MFS and SES call response systems and additional protective clothing for firefighters.