South Australia’s services exports outstrip national average26 May 2017 Trade, Investment
South Australia’s total services exports were $2.6 billion in 2016, an increase of 11 per cent on the previous year and better than the national average of nine per cent.
Case workers to support domestic violence prevention and justice in APY Lands25 May 2017 Aboriginal affairs
The State Government has committed $1 million to fund the prevention of domestic violence and provide support for families to navigate the justice system in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands.
High-powered transmitter to unlock new resources23 May 2017 Science, Innovation
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.
Commission consults with Port Lincoln industry about skills and workforce needs18 May 2017 Skills
The State’s Training and Skills Commission will visit Port Lincoln today to consult with local industry and community leaders about the skills and workforce development needs of the region.
Applications open for tailored projects to help South Australians gain employment16 May 2017 Skills, Employment
Applications are now open for projects that support unemployed people, including young people, Aboriginal South Australians, mature aged people and people with disability, to gain work.
Agreement to increase opportunities for South Australia16 May 2017 Trade, Investment
South Australian Government leaders and their Chinese counterparts in Shanxi Province are today signing an agreement with potentially lucrative education, research and trade outcomes in sectors as diverse as water and Chinese medicine.
Mobile coverage boosted in regional South Australia16 May 2017 Science
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.
New education and training agreement between South Australia and Shandong12 May 2017 Skills
The relationship between South Australia and Shandong continues to grow with an agreement between the South Australian and Shandong Governments to strengthen the delivery of vocational education and training (VET) within the province.
Shandong agreements promoting shared benefits of scientific collaboration12 May 2017 Trade, Investment
A joint laboratory in terrestrial and marine biotechnology products between the Shandong Academy of Sciences and Flinders University was announced today as part of the State Government’s 2017 business mission to China.
Construction levy changes to reduce costs for smaller projects12 May 2017 Skills, Employment
The value of building projects subject to a levy which supports skills development in the construction industry will be raised, exempting small-scale construction work.