The State Government is locked in a legal dispute with the facility manager of the new Royal Adelaide Hospital, which today revealed it is facing losses of more than $90 million over the life of its current contract.
Telstra has warned of increased competition and the continued impact of the NBN rollout on its bottom line in the current financial year, after the telco giant’s full-year profit dropped 8.4 per cent to $3.56 billion.
Billionaire industrialist Sanjeev Gupta has launched a $1 billion, one-gigawatt renewable energy plan based in South Australia’s mid-north that he says will lead Australian industry’s transition to more competitive power.
Heatwaves can cause a large number of deaths, especially when vulnerable groups are unprepared and are not acclimatised to hot temperatures, writes researcher Thomas Longden.
UPDATED | SA construction company York Civil will close today after administrators found the business too low on cash and impossible to sell.
In a move seized on by the Marshall Government, a fierce opponent of the deregulation of shop trading hours in South Australia has applied for – and been granted – an exemption from trading hours restrictions for a supermarket in Wayville.
Exposure to the building game from a young age ignited a passion for the industry in Simon Gargaro.
Many of our offices are filthy, which doesn’t just trigger a sense of disgust but can make us sick, writes Libby Sander.
AGL has boosted full-year profits courtesy of a surge in wholesale power prices which helped counter lower retail earnings.
In the days when SAFM’s Black Thunders ruled the streets of Adelaide, Sasha Baranikov began her career working in Promotions & Events for Southern Cross Austereo.
An author, chorister and founder of her own law firm, Sarah Bartholomeusz knows how to multi-task.
Workplaces need to become friendlier places for older workers as Australians delay retirement, either by choice or requirement. Here’s how to do it.
Combining a background in health and medical research with the rising power of artificial intelligence is helping entrepreneur Dr Michelle Perugini become a leading technology innovator.
The consumer watchdog has called for food giant Heinz to be hit with a $10 million fine after misleading consumers by claiming one of its snacks, marketed for toddlers, was beneficial for young children.
From a Top End schoolyard to the boardroom of one of Adelaide’s oldest and proudest law firms, Michael Kay’s rise through the ranks has been earned through hard work and determination.
If you’ve visited city night spots Pink Moon Saloon, NOLA or BRKLYN, then you’ve seen Matiya Marovich’s work. The founder of Sans-Arc Studio is turning heads with his contemporary designs and was last month named a winner of the inaugural InDaily 40 Under 40 Awards.
Leko Novakovic went into business with his brother Milenko hiring out equipment for live entertainment in 2001.
Regulators will look at the merger of Fairfax Media and the Nine Network but it is unlikely to face any hurdles, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says.
Before finishing his law degree at the University of Adelaide and at the age of just 21, Jordan Walsh started his first company.”
An Adelaide radio host frustrated by the lack of local music on commercial radio says his new start-up radio station could be a game changer for South Australia’s music scene.
Emily Humphreys has worked in, or along side, technology start-ups her whole career. Now she solves problems – wicked problems.
The ABC has axed the upcoming series of long-running consumer affairs television show The Checkout, its producers announced today.
If you’ve ever been for a ride in one of Adelaide’s rickshaw-inspired EcoCaddies, then you’ve probably met Daniels Langeberg. But you probably wouldn’t have guessed that his previous jobs included urban planner, Chinese television host and fixed-gear bike racer through the streets of Shanghai.
Young South Australian leader William Ferguson is being farewelled today after his sudden death nine days ago.
British defence company BAE Systems has won the $35 billion contract to build Australia’s fleet of new navy frigates in Adelaide.
Laws to cut the tax rate for big businesses are on hold until after five upcoming by-elections because the Coalition can’t get enough support for them in the Senate.
Callan Cox began working in the family business before he finished primary school. Almost two decades later and still in his 20s, Cox is the managing director of Mykra, which is part of the Cox Group.
Driverless electric shuttle buses capable of travelling at speeds of up to 45 kilometres per hour will soon be trialled in Australia from an ‘autonomous vehicle hub’ planned for Adelaide’s north.
Retail entrepreneur Cain Cooke is proving to be a valuable friend to franchisees. Cooke has a knack for driving growth in companies in South Australia and nationally, especially in the franchise industry.