South Australian wineries are fully reliant on online sales and wholesale distribution after the state’s cellar doors and restaurants were forced to completely close to the public from last night, with the industry flagging more job losses as a result.
A collective of South Australian allied health providers who have been forced to stop face-to-face consultations are offering free telehealth appointments to medical professionals during the coronavirus crisis.
Interest in an Adelaide-based online real estate platform that reduces the need for face-to-face interactions between agents and clients is skyrocketing as the latest COVID-19 restrictions force the industry to rely on digital services.
In this weekly column, InDaily tracks the movements of those driving South Australia’s public and private sectors in industries including mining and wine.
UPDATED | State Parliament is rushing through an “unprecedented” $15.3 billion Supply Bill today as the Premier flags more support for business and does not rule out rolling back planned reforms in a bid to keep the state economy afloat.
Despite being forced to close their studios yesterday, fitness centres across South Australia are adapting to federally-imposed health measures by offering online classes.