Vegemite will be Australian-owned once again after Bega Cheese agreed to buy the iconic spread and other well-known brands for $460 million.
He’s not about to join the Labor Party’s Supreme Court challenge, but the final report of the Electoral Districts Boundaries Commission has been something of an inconvenience for Unley Mayor – and aspiring Liberal candidate – Lachlan Clyne.
Aerospace giant Airbus plans to test a prototype for a self-piloted flying car as a way of avoiding gridlock on city roads by the end of the year.
Veteran sports journalist Andy Kay will return to South Australia to take over as general manager of Channel Seven Adelaide.
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.
ABC Adelaide has appointed high-profile media personality Jules Schiller as its new Drive presenter.
Holden will close its doors on its Elizabeth plant on October 20, its local workforce was told today.
Next week, Coopers will be showcased to the world as the official beer of the Australian Open. It's the culmination of a journey that has seen the brand grow from a South Australian curio to a major national player. But the brewery has survived more than one near-death experience along the way, as chairman Glenn Cooper explained in a candid sitdown with Rooster Radio.
Premier Jay Weatherill says he won’t be reshuffling his cabinet, despite factional pressure to jettison under-fire Environment Minister Ian Hunter, as his party descends into internal “chaos and panic” a year out from the next state election.
Twenty years ago, in the wake of the State Bank disaster, economist Richard Blandy was sent on a mission to the United States to discover the economic secrets of cities of similar size to Adelaide. Here, he revisits his trip to Phoenix, Arizona, and the lessons that have not been heeded in South Australia.
The ABC's Adelaide radio station today announced it was celebrating changing its name from 891 ABC to "ABC Adelaide", but its Sydney bosses are promising a legal fight to allow it use its preferred option - ABC Radio Adelaide.
Treasurer Scott Morrison's mid-year budget update includes two big political headaches for the Turnbull Government, writes John Edwards.
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.
Treasurer Scott Morrison has unveiled a mid-year budget update with a smaller deficit than the government forecast earlier in the year, but national debt will rise regardless.
Yahoo says it believes hackers stole data from more than one billion user accounts in August 2013, in what is thought to be the largest data breach at an email provider.
At just 28, Nicole Swaine had completed an MBA and was appointed CEO of SCOSA, overseeing 200 staff. We catch up with the 2013 South Australian Businesswoman of the Year to talk about how she has achieved corporate success.
“Adelaide-based energy giant Santos plans to focus on five long-life natural gas assets and spin off its remaining businesses.”
A high profile FM announcer is set to jump to the AM band, while the ABC's Adelaide radio station will go into 2017 with a controversial new name, a new Drive announcer - and a looming legal stoush.
Michael Cleggett understands the challenges involved with trying to sustain a career in the arts in South Australia.
We catch up with Nigel Smart to talk about his journey from Adelaide Football Club player to key administrator, including how he managed the transition to life after football and built a career in business.
Workers at the Federal Government's Adelaide-based shipbuilder ASC will take industrial action over the next five days after two years of fruitless negotiations on a new enterprise agreement.
South Australia's nuclear citizens' jury is another example of ordinary people fighting back against politically influential elites, argues economics commentator Richard Blandy.
South Australia is fostering international collaboration between leading space players to develop the state’s space industry.
The German finance ministry is fielding an increasing number of information requests from financial institutions in Britain considering a move to Germany since the UK's decision to leave the European Union.
If Jay Weatherill is the same Premier he was three years ago, today’s cabinet meeting looms as his “Don Farrell moment” ahead of the 2018 election.
Hills Limited shares have slumped more than 20 per cent after the company said it will delay the proposed merger of its health technology arm Hills Health Solutions with international healthcare technology leader, Lincor Solutions to form Lincor Limited.
The State Government will introduce registration requirements for residential property managers after receiving a consistent stream of complaints about unprofessional and dodgy operators.