It's happened too many times to be a coincidence. In periods of political strife, coalition governments going back to John Howard have flicked the switch to focus on issues surrounding asylum seekers, immigration and national security.
Adelaide-headquartered energy giant Santos has reported a 14 per cent increase in quarterly revenue and a reduction in debt following asset sales.
A lunchbox jelly snack made from seaweed and lobster shell is being developed in South Australia to help boost children's calcium levels.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission will allow a group of South Australia's biggest electricity users to buy power together to cut costs and ensure stability of supply.
The local Aboriginal community says it will receive economic benefits worth up to $1.8 million from a solar energy generation plant to be built near Port Augusta.
United Airlines chief executive Oscar Munoz has issued an apology for the treatment of a passenger who was dragged from his seat on a United plane, as the company faces a worldwide backlash for its handling of the incident.
The State Government's electricity plan will come at a high cost to South Australian taxpayers and could threaten investment, argues economics commentator Richard Blandy.
South Australia’s small-to-medium enterprises need to better understand the impacts of technological change, which threatens to make many existing business models obsolete and displace two in every five jobs within the next 10 years.
An organisation established to defend victims of violence and intimidation is embroiled in allegations of workplace bullying by its own chief executive, with the Opposition asking the Auditor-General to investigate the state’s Victim Support Service.
Treasurer Scott Morrison will criticise big business for leaving the government to do all the heavy lifting when it comes to selling its 10-year corporate tax cut plan.
Local businesses are visiting Indonesia and the Philippines this week to seize international trade opportunities as part of the State Government’s 2017 business mission program.
What is pain and why does it sometimes persist? In this week's podcast, South Australian pain scientist Lorimer Moseley will surprise you about the real cause of chronic pain and what this understanding means for its treatment.
The arrival of e-commerce giant Amazon in Australia will not be a day of reckoning for local retailers but risks being the start of a sustained danger period for unprepared players, the country's biggest bank says.
The Rann era Thinkers in Residence program is returning, with the Don Dunstan Foundation taking the lead and promising an 18-month focus on social capital.
EXCLUSIVE | The State Government has asked one of its own corporations, led by former Treasurer Kevin Foley, to buy the State Administration Centre following repeated failures to sell it on the private market.
South Australia's unemployment rate increased to 6.6 per cent in February, with Western Australia the only state to record a decrease.
South Australia's state pride has fallen to its lowest level in 20 years, a regular BankSA survey has found.
“Domino's Pizza says it is making its first steps into artificial intelligence, with a voice-activated system that allows customers to order food and ask questions via a virtual assistant.”
Fairfax shares are in a trading halt amid rumours the media company is considering spinning off lucrative real estate business Domain.
Hills Limited says its focus is on growth after delivering first half results which show a slide in revenue and a slim profit.
South Australian-based oil and gas producer Santos has halved its full-year loss and cut net debt as it continues to restructure and cut costs.
South Australian companies are reaping the benefits of export programs and an extensive State Government schedule of international business missions, which last year helped achieve millions of dollars of direct export deals.
Harcourts has won a court case against its former 'number one' real estate agent, now the president of the Real Estate Institute of South Australia, in an extraordinary judgment that reveals the alliances and fault lines at the very top of South Australia’s real estate industry.
Seven West Media chief executive Tim Worner will remain in his job after an investigation cleared him of explosive misconduct allegations made by a former employee with whom he had an affair.
A celebrated South Australian winemaker is breaking into the largely untapped North African market, securing a licence to import alcohol into Morocco.
The proportion of office buildings without tenants in Adelaide's CBD has continued its steep climb – rising to its highest level since 1999.
Facebook has reported a strong end to its financial year as the social network's monthly users jumped to more than 1.86 billion.
Two of Australia's best known fashion brands, David Lawrence and Marcs, are the latest retailers to find themselves up for sale after landing in financial strife.
In this piece republished from State of Hope, the 55th edition of Griffith Review, John Spoehr examines how South Australia can find a way through the maze of economic challenges that confronts us.