South Australia ended 2019 with the worst unemployment figures in the country, according to official data released today.
Monty Python star Terry Jones, who directed the religious satire Life of Brian, has died at the age of 77 after a long battle with dementia.
Adelaide oil and gas giant Santos achieved record annual production, sales and revenue in 2019, according to its quarterly activities report released today.
The administrator of the company that pioneered Adelaide’s specialty coffee movement – Bar 9 – has warned that creditors are unlikely to see significant returns from its liquidation.
Encouraging tourists to return to Kangaroo Island and the Adelaide Hills is vital to help fire-affected regions and businesses get back on their feet. Getting the word out that there’s still plenty to see and do is the SA Tourism Commission’s number one priority, says Brent Hill.
EXCLUSIVE | When the State Government selected KordaMentha to overhaul Adelaide’s central health system, it chose the only tender applicant that offered no economic benefit to South Australia, InDaily can reveal.
Investment giant BlackRock has bought up more than $250 million worth of shares in Australia’s largest wine company in recent weeks.
Rupert Murdoch’s son has called out his father’s media empire for “ongoing denial” of climate change, singling out News Corp’s Australian news outlets for particular criticism.
Adelaide Hills grape growers are searching for the best solutions to get their vineyards back up and running after last month’s bushfire.
South Australian wine baron Warren Randall has made a string of acquisitions aimed at fuelling his booming Chinese sales, with the latest purchase his first vineyard in Australia’s largest grape-growing region.
GFG Alliance says it has no “plans for widespread workforce changes” at the Whyalla steelworks, but has refused to rule out future job cuts, after the company axed more than 350 jobs from its steel plants in the UK last week.
The bushfire crisis will cost Australia $5 billion in direct losses and lop off 0.2 to 0.5 per cent from its economic growth, Westpac has estimated.
EXCLUSIVE | The CEO of the Adelaide City Council has ordered a review into the process that rejected Beam’s application to keep operating electric scooters in Adelaide’s CBD, following allegations the process was tarnished.
UPDATED | Adelaide-founded department store Harris Scarfe will close its Rundle Mall store next month after 170 years trading, among 20 other stores set to shut across the country, the company’s administrators confirmed this afternoon.
The purple Beam electric scooters that have become a prominent feature of Adelaide city footpaths since early last year will be removed by the end of the month, InDaily can reveal.
UPDATED | Opposition Leader Peter Malinauskas has re-opened the door for a compromise on shop trading deregulation, recommitting Labor to accepting major shops and supermarkets opening at 9am on Sundays.
Commonwealth Bank will hand over as much as $53.1 million it owes staff in unpaid entitlements.
Almost a third of Australia’s biggest companies didn’t pay any tax last year, despite soaring commodity prices driving the overall take up by $6.6 billion.
South Australian thermal energy storage company 1414 Degrees will buy SolarReserve’s ill-fated Aurora site in Port Augusta to build a solar farm and large-scale storage system.”
Conflict can negatively impact workplace productivity and experts say there is a more modern approach to solving the problem.
A well-known Adelaide cooking school has rolled out a training and certification program to help food service businesses cater for diners with specific dietary requirements.
The chairman of Leigh Creek Energy has complained about the national media’s lack of interest in the South Australian gas company’s achievements, but conceded that it has a “credibility gap” to overcome.
Cooling technology that uses solar energy, thermal storage, smart technology and non-toxic refrigerants will be used to reduce energy costs and emissions at major commercial sites in the Barossa Valley and Adelaide Hills.
SPECIAL FEATURE | While AFL clubs around the country focus on honing their playing lists and coaching panels, Port Adelaide this morning made a key back-room appointment that could turn out to be the biggest signing of its off-season. Could a Chinese-born diplomat who has never set foot at Alberton hold the key to the club’s financial future? Tom Richardson finds out.
The Auditor-General has criticised a series of errors in the administration of a $200 million national taxpayer grants program for regional businesses, including members of an Upper Spencer Gulf approvals committee signing forms meant for North Queensland.
Medibank says claims grew by $21 million more than expected last year and will continue to rise through FY20, driven by higher private hospital payments and prosthesis costs.
A South Australian startup that has developed a low-cost technique for making activated carbon from agricultural waste will soon begin a capital-raising round to fund commercial production.
Westpac has cut its dividend for the first time in a decade after its full-year profit fell by 15 per cent to $6.85 billion.
Supermarket giant Woolworths owes 5,700 staff as much as $300 million in underpaid wages dating back over nine years.