Treasury Wine Estates is considering a plan to split off its flagship Penfolds brand into a separate company by the end of 2021.
Two South Australian companies that have previously worked together to produce luxury speakers are collaborating to manufacture face shields to fill local shortages.
South Australian satellite connectivity company Myriota has raised $28 million in Series B funding to bolster its satellite network and increase its workforce by 2022.
BDO Adelaide Superannuation Partner Shirley Schaefer addresses the most common questions being asked about superannuation at the moment.
South Australia’s mining sector is well placed to play a crucial role in helping the state’s economy recover from the COVID-19 crisis.
A South Australian clean energy startup has launched software to control the purchase and release of electricity in household grid-powered battery systems.
An iconic 12-storey hotel and day spa is being proposed at Seppeltsfield to drive luxury tourism in the Barossa wine region.
Kris Lloyd is urging South Australian businesses to collaborate through the I Choose SA campaign to help consumers buy local.
The owners of Adelaide Casino will make 200 staff redundant as it attempts to stem its losses of $90 million a month. But SkyCity says its Adelaide expansion, which includes the construction of a hotel in the Riverbank Precinct, is continuing – at this stage.
South Australian hair and beauty guru Arturo Taverna is quarantining its increased supply of hand sanitiser and hospital grade disinfectant to fill local shelves.
SA Power Networks has committed to an estimated $10m worth of bill relief to SA household and business customers, as part of a move by energy firms in South Australia, Victoria and NSW to provide cost of living support during the coronavirus economic downturn.
Construction materials company Adelaide Brighton Limited is withdrawing its earnings guidance for 2020, citing the uncertainty in relation to the duration and impact of COVID-19.
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.
Most businesses have now accepted that we have at least 6 months of COVID-19 induced disruption ahead. As the pandemic runs its course and the implementation of social distancing continues to evolve, many IT plans and strategies have been thrown into disarray. If you are struggling to pivot and redefine your priorities, here are BDO’s eight suggested actions to consider over the immediate term.
IT service providers and retailers are booming as companies scramble to set up staff to work from home. But Australia-wide shortages of supplies such as monitors, hard drives and laptops are hampering efforts and making computer hardware “like toilet paper”.
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: Optus is hiring 500 staff across Australia with its main call centre in Adelaide set to take a substantial portion of the positions, InDaily can reveal.
A drone to remotely detect people in crowds with infectious respiratory conditions such as COVID-19 is being developed by University of South Australia researchers in partnership with a Canadian tech company.
The first “green shoots” are starting to appear for Australian wine exporters into China as the Asian powerhouse emerges from its coronavirus lockdown.”
Strong space and defence industries in South Australia are helping the formation of a potentially nation-leading AgTech ecosystem.
The long-awaited transformation of the former Port Augusta power station site has taken an important step forward, with the first customer signing on to use the iron ore export port set to be established there.
3D printing company Amaero International has launched its new Adelaide manufacturing site at Edinburgh North.
South Australia is securing its poo stores for international export with a new Biome lab.
Fabric and homewares chain Spotlight has won the exclusive rights to purchase Adelaide-founded department store Harris Scarfe, which was placed in receivership late last year.
Several South Australian companies left it until the final day of reporting season to reveal their losses to the Australian Stock Exchange.
Four of Australia’s largest potato growers are joining forces to turn their waste vegetables into new products, starting with research into building a starch industry in South Australia.
The market remains almost certain the Reserve Bank will act to cushion the impact of the coronavirus by cutting the cash rate to a record low 0.5 per cent.
Bricks and mortar retailers are facing a ‘sink or swim’ situation as we start the New Year with several prominent retailers entering voluntary administration, including SA icon Harris Scarfe.
Ahead of the 2018 state election, Steven Marshall said a Liberal Government would deliver higher economic growth and more jobs. As the Premier prepares to mark his second year in office, we crunch the numbers to assess his government’s performance.