One of South Australia’s largest home-grown defence companies, Nova Group, is searching for a new CEO, announcing the resignation of Greg Hume today amid a strategic review of the company’s growth opportunities over the next decade.
A travel ban preventing Chinese visitors and students from entering Australia may be extended as part of the government’s response to the coronavirus.
OZ Minerals’ West Musgrave project has the potential to produce 28,000 tonnes of copper and 22,000 tonnes of nickel a year for 26 years, according to a pre-feasibility study released today.
Kangaroo Island’s sheep industry is starting to rebuild after the recent fires wiped out more than 50,000 of its flock.
Commonwealth Bank has beaten market expectations with a $4.48 billion first-half cash profit amid pressure from record low interest rates, bushfire impacts and rising costs.
Kangaroo Island Plantation Timbers has received the first $10 million from its insurance claim over the summer bushfires that affected 95 per cent of its tree crop.
Adelaide-headquartered Beach Energy has posted a slimmer net profit, forecast lower production and cited tax payments for a sharp drop in operating cash flow in a report to investors this morning.
Almost 6000 Chinese students enrolled to study in South Australia this year are yet to arrive in Adelaide, forcing some courses to be postponed and stagnating the city’s student economy.
The coronavirus is keeping Chinese tourists away from Kangaroo Island, delivering another blow to the fragile local tourism industry following last month’s devastating bushfires.
Lower house crossbenchers are throwing their support behind an independent MP’s bill to curb emissions and re-establish a climate commission.
A new Queensland-based digital news service, established by South Australia’s Solstice Media, has begun operating today.
Qantas will more than double its flights to bushfire-hit Kangaroo Island in the wake of regional carrier Rex this week announcing it would axe the route – but the increased flights won’t kick in until July.
A woman who won a long-running defamation case against Channel Seven over a Today Tonight episode that depicted her as a welfare cheat has been awarded $280,000 in damages.
Exports of premium Australian wine have reached a record value of $1.1 billion but the high could be short-lived as concerns emerge over the impact of coronavirus on China and declining North American sales.
More than 20 mining exploration leases in some of the state’s richest copper and gold regions are up for grabs this week as junior exploration companies struggle to raise the funds needed to unearth the next major deposit.
South Australia’s largest listed investment company Argo Investments has reported a half-year profit of $118.8 million, down $38.4 million on the previous year.
The BBC will axe 450 jobs from its news division in a cost-saving plan that will result in cuts at the World Service and its 5Live radio station and in fewer reports being made by analysis show Newsnight.
Six journalists have been targeted in a single year by federal police trying to discover their sources by investigating their telecommunications data.
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.”
The private equity firm that bought Adelaide-founded Harris Scarfe and handed it to administrators less than a fortnight later will be first in line to receive the proceeds of its restructure and planned sale.
Meat and dairy company Beston Global Foods will attempt to raise $3 million to expand production of high-value milk products at its Jervois plant.
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.
Maggie Beer shares her favourite Christmas dishes in time for holiday celebrations with family and friends.
Adelaide-based oil and gas producer Santos has lifted its 2025 oil production target to more than double its 2018 output.
The Federal Court has ordered Optus to pay $6.4 million in penalties for falsely telling customers of rival broadband services their home internet would soon be disconnected.
Woolworths has been slapped with an employee class action that alleges its underpayment scandal is far worse than the current $300 million estimate.
A growing customer base in Europe, a low Australian dollar and increasing domestic sales is helping a South Australian seed company flourish.
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.