Eyre Peninsula kingfish farmer Clean Seas Seafood says unusual weather patterns in Boston Bay that contributed to the death of about 100,000 of its fish late last year have passed and the surviving fish moved to cleaner waters.
AGL has shortlisted two major global energy storage companies to supply a huge battery system alongside its Torrens Island power station that will be more than twice the size of Tesla’s original 100 megawatt ‘Big Battery’ commissioned in the state’s Mid North in 2017.
Hender Consulting general manager Andrew Reed takes a look at what will drive executive recruitment in the coming year in South Australia.
In the first episode of a podcast series exploring South Australia’s business climate in the coming year, Michael Macolino, the Associate Director for AgTech at BDO, discusses the opportunities he sees in this burgeoning industry.
EXCLUSIVE: Adelaide-based fashion company Australian Fashion Labels, which employs 57 staff and opened a flagship Los Angeles storefront with the help of a multimillion-dollar State Government guarantee, has gone into voluntary administration, with the Treasurer now warning that some taxpayer funds are “at risk”.
Google has launched a fresh bid to head off a federal government move to make it pay for news content, offering an alternative $1.3 billion program to support journalism.
Gerry Marsden, frontman of Merseybeat stars Gerry and the Pacemakers and singer of Liverpool Football Club anthem You’ll Never Walk Alone, has died. He was 78.
South Australians are projected to fork out as much as $43 million more during this year’s Boxing Day sales compared to last year, the Retailers Association estimates, citing low coronavirus case numbers and overseas travel bans.
Businesses have run the gamut of 2020 and emerged in various states – from just surviving the coronavirus pandemic, through to well and truly thriving. The lessons of 2020 will have many businesses in a good position to tackle the new year, BDO’s business advisers say.
South Australia’s biennial regional business survey, released today, found skills availability, coronavirus restrictions and digital infrastructure as the top key challenges for the state’s regional companies, following a turbulent year of bushfires and pandemic.
Tonsley-based hi-tech company Micro-X has signed a $1.3 million contract with Saab Australia for its military-grade mobile x-ray units, as construction begins on a new $10 million headquarters in the precinct for outdoor blind manufacturer Ziptrak.
Property values in 70 per cent of Adelaide’s suburbs grew in the six months to December, defying predictions at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic that house prices would plunge.
Fleet Space has developed a cost-effective, 24/7 surveillance system using Internet of Things (IoT) technology to monitor gas pipelines.
The alternative protein industry is presenting South Australian primary producers and food manufacturers with enormous growth opportunities as consumers look to plant-based options over traditional meat and dairy items.
The share prices of South Australia’s largest 10 publicly listed companies have risen by an average of 25 per cent in 2020 to outperform the market in a tumultuous year for stocks globally.
In this week’s executive appointments column, InDaily tracks the movements of those driving South Australia’s public and private sectors in industries including mining and education. Executive recruitment will return in 2021.
ABC Radio Adelaide has surged in the final ratings survey of the year, with Ali Clarke extending her lead in the key breakfast shift.
A small forestry town in the state’s South East has beaten metropolitan Melbourne to be chosen as the site of a hi-tech laminated timber plant.
Australia’s largest listed wine company Treasury Wine Estates has unveiled its plan to reduce the impact of harsh Chinese tariffs as its share price continues to slide.”
South Australian company Leigh Creek Energy has been granted a petroleum production licence to commence commercial syngas production at the former coal mine site in the state’s far north.
The developers behind the West Franklin project have abandoned plans to build on top of the old Balfours site on Morphett Street, and will instead seek to demolish part of the building for public space beside a 16-storey residential development proposed for the neighbouring site.
It is clear that in today’s business environment, defined by global interconnections and competition, the Australian manufacturing industry depends heavily on overseas markets and supply chains. Many Australian manufacturers are now asking how the industry can reduce this dependency, and what types of opportunities exist to grow and become more competitive globally.
An Adelaide company that has spent more than two decades perfecting its system of turning banana plantation waste into wood and paper products says it has proven the profitability of the technology and is preparing for a global expansion.
In this week’s executive appointments column, InDaily tracks the movements of those driving South Australia’s public and private sectors in industries including finance and mining. Plus the latest executive employment opportunities.
Since the emergence of the global coronavirus pandemic, we’ve seen some economists and many media commentators pile on to the doomsday narrative of a looming Australian property market collapse. This isn’t unusual. For many years we’ve seen countless prophecies about the pending property implosion. The only problem is they’ve all gone unfulfilled. And the ‘end of days’ predictions for property post-COVID-19 are also set to miss the mark, writes Bushy Martin.
South Australia’s top companies fell in market value in 2019-20 – but they fared better than the key national benchmark. Today, InDaily’s South Australian Business Index reveals the state’s top 100 companies – and crowns winners amid the pandemic crisis.
Thomas Foods International has appointed Adelaide-based construction company BADGE to build its state-of-the-art meat processing facility near Murray Bridge.
Today we reveal the top 20 companies in InDaily’s South Australian Business Index – our annual review of the top private and public companies in the state.
Today we reveal the fourth group of companies in InDaily’s South Australian Business Index – our annual review of the top private and public companies in the state.