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.
The chairman of Coopers has advised SA companies to be wary of getting involved in religion and politics following the Bible Society controversy which threatened to dent the Adelaide company's sales.
A South Australian air services company is literally spreading its wings into new industries to help drive the growth of its business.
It wasn't quite the Jay and Josh slugfest, but the competition between breakfast radio rivals ABC Radio Adelaide and FIVEaa this morning took a combative turn over one presenter's $5000 payday from the State Government.
The owner of the Northern Power coal-fired station that closed in South Australia last year has been sold to a Hong Kong jewellery and property conglomerate.
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.
Embattled South Australian brewer Coopers has refused to publicly estimate the financial impact of a widespread boycott on its products, after the company last night took the extraordinary step of apologising to offended customers and pulling its Bible Society commemorative cans from sale.
A new air route from Adelaide to Doha is opening up opportunities to bring premium South Australian food and wine into the Middle East.
ABC youth station Triple J has put on a huge surge in Adelaide listeners, according to a volatile first radio ratings survey for 2017.
The Australian economy has avoided a recession, bouncing back to positive territory in the final three months of 2016.
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.
Edufolios and Kick.it, two South Australian start-up companies backed by Flinders and the university’s New Venture Institute, are heading into another round of networking and business development in the global MassChallenge accelerator program.
NAB chief executive Andrew Thorburn called Mike Baird just two days after he quit as NSW premier to see if he was interested in resuming his banking career.
UPDATED: Coca-Cola Amatil will close its South Australian manufacturing operations in 2019, with the company saying its Thebarton factory was "constrained" by a range of factors.
Fairfax shares are in a trading halt amid rumours the media company is considering spinning off lucrative real estate business Domain.
“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.”
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.
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.
The White House has vowed to fight the news media "tooth and nail" over what it sees as unfair attacks, with a top adviser saying the Trump administration had presented "alternative facts" to counter low inauguration crowd estimates.
Adelaide-based oil and gas producer Santos has topped its guidance for 2016 with a 7 per cent rise in production and a 31 per cent jump in sales, boosted by the ramp-up of its Gladstone liquefied natural gas (GLNG) plant in Queensland.
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.