German supermarket giant breaks ground on first Australian stores04 Sep 2019 Investment
One of the world’s largest retailers, Kaufland, has broken ground today to commence construction of its first South Australian supermarket in Prospect, their first outside of Europe.
South Australia has lift-off in Houston16 Aug 2019 Investment
Houston, Texas will be the U.S location for South Australia’s new trade and investment office. The office will cover North and South America and forms part of the Marshall Liberal Government’s $12.
Australia’s first compressed air energy storage facility17 Jul 2019 Energy and mining
South Australia’s impressive range of renewable energy projects is set to increase with the news that a Canadian company has received development approval to build a $30 million advanced compressed air energy storage (A-CAES) facility at the An
New York, Beijing, Istanbul… now Adelaide!04 Jul 2019 International education
The South Australian Government has entered into an agreement with world-leading University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), to collaborate on the development of a Living Lab at Adelaide’s innovation precinct, Lot Fourteen.
South Australia joins global Green Ammonia Consortium to drive renewable hydrogen exports02 Jul 2019 Energy and mining
The South Australian Government has joined a global energy consortium, in a bid to further develop the state’s hydrogen production and export industry.
Aviation software firm one of 27 companies to receive export support funding14 Jun 2019 Exporting
Adelaide-based aviation software developer, Avinet, is one of twenty-seven South Australian companies to share in more than $544,000 in State Government grants to help increase exports into key international markets.
Industry interest groups to drive uptake of emerging technologies06 Jun 2019 Hi-tech
South Australian companies will be able to share knowledge and experience to drive the uptake of emerging technologies under a new initiative set-up by the South Australian Government.
SA’s international student enrolment exceeds national growth05 Jun 2019 International education
The first time since 2011, South Australia’s international student enrolments have exceeded the national growth rate, 11.4 per cent to 11.1 per cent, with the state attracting nearly 30,400 enrolments in the first three months of 2019*.
South Australia brand to stay as Government targets interstate and overseas markets17 May 2019 Investment
The South Australian Government has reaffirmed its strong commitment to the South Australia brand - with a renewed focus on interstate and international markets, and view to refresh how the state is promoted to drive economic and jobs growth.
SA wins Mortal Kombat15 May 2019 Creative industries
One of the world’s most popular video games Mortal Kombat will be transformed into a blockbuster movie in the biggest film production project in South Australia’s history.