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.
South Australia's unemployment rate dropped in January, meaning the state no longer has the highest jobless figures in the country.
Ferry operator SeaLink Travel Group is expecting a lift in full-year profit and is keeping an eye out for new routes and aquisitions after a solid first-half result.
The State Government, the Lord Mayor and environment groups have lined up to attack the Opposition’s proposal to scrap South Australia’s renewable energy target.
Bendigo and Adelaide Bank's first-half cash earnings have stayed flat at $224.7 million amid pressure on its net interest margin and a rise in bad and doubtful debts.
Media giant News Corp says declines in advertising, circulation and subscription revenues have contributed to a seven per cent slide in revenue for its news and information services business - which includes its Australian news mastheads.
Australia’s first lentil beer has been released by Lobethal Bierhaus in what it sees as a step towards producing a gluten-free craft beer.
SkyCity says it is still negotiating with the State Government over the long-awaited $300 million redevelopment of its Adelaide Casino, more than a year after it received development approval for the project.
America's beef and pork producers have written a letter to US President Donald Trump urging him to strike a free trade deal with Japan so they can combat Australia in the lucrative Japanese market.
Thirteen years ago, one of the state's first Thinkers in Residence warned that, in Adelaide, "life is quite pleasant, but the young, gifted and talented are leaving". Economics commentator Richard Blandy writes about that report's findings, and argues they are still relevant today.
Malcolm Turnbull has called the chairman of Australia Post after it was revealed its chief executive takes home a multi-million pay packet.
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.
In the final article in his series on economic lessons for Adelaide from comparable US cities, Richard Blandy writes about what we can learn from the extraordinary rise of our sister city, Austin, Texas.
Steven Marshall says he remains committed to the establishment of an independent authority to vet infrastructure projects in South Australia – but it’s likely his proposed multi-billion-dollar “Globe Link” plan will escape its scrutiny.
Investor uncertainty about the US economy, President Donald Trump's controversial executive orders and lower oil prices have pushed the Australian share market lower.
The Clean Energy Regulator has castigated a major electricity company for choosing to pay a $123 million penalty rather than build or contract new wind or solar power.
An international driverless car firm will set up its Asia-Pacific headquarters in South Australia.
“We caught up with brewer Lewis Maschmedt as he wound up the night shift at Pirate Life Brewing’s state-of-the-art digs at Hindmarsh in Adelaide’s west, to talk about his move into craft brewing in SA from Western Australia’s oil and gas drilling industry.”
After a long hiatus, InDaily's media column returns to reflect on a difficult year for journalism both at home and abroad.
Hills Limited has combined two senior management roles, meaning current company secretary Gai Stephens has lost her job.
From East Timor to the Middle East and Banda Aceh, Bill Griggs has travelled the world rescuing and treating trauma patients. We catch up with the Director of Trauma Services at the Royal Adelaide Hospital to talk about life at the front line of emergency medicine.
The communications watchdog has approved the transfer of Radio Adelaide’s broadcast licence from the University of Adelaide to an independent board.
The radio ratings year has ended with seemingly unsinkable 891 ABC duo Matthew Abraham and David Bevan on top of the ratings, and a changing of the guard on the FM band.
The State Government will open its first trade office in Paris as part of a new European engagement stratagy.
Russel Howcroft has resigned from his role as executive general manager at Network Ten.
The importance of trade delegations was stressed by the Malaysian Minister for Trade during a visit to South Australia this week hosted by the Australia Malaysia Business Council (SA) and the Department of State Development.
South Australia's state-wide blackout in September costs businesses $367 million but could have been much worse, says the state's peak business group.
Marrying a love of science with strong business acumen has been a life-long goal for Australian Wine Research Institute Managing Director Dan Johnson.