A powerful 80-member lobby group consisting of South Australia’s best young business leaders and entrepreneurs is being proposed to help drive the state’s political and economic fortunes.
National Australia Bank says it will spend another half a billion dollars to compensate aggrieved customers, while boosting the number of staff dealing with the issue to 500 .
David O’Loughlin from KWP! encourages South Australia’s young business leaders to apply for this year’s 40 Under 40 Awards.
Adelaide-based oil and gas company Santos has posted record quarterly production, boosted by its acquisition of Quadrant Energy assets.
Two well-known city eateries have closed down, prompting a warning from the Restaurant and Catering Association that people are becoming too busy for the long business lunch.
Australian energy generator AGL has secured the right to develop, own and operate a 250-megawatt pumped hydro energy storage project at Hillgrove Resources Limited’s Kanmantoo copper mine in the Adelaide Hills.
The CEO of Adelaide City Council has rejected e-scooter company Lime’s claims that the process that saw it rejected in favour of other operators was unfair and neglected public safety.
Pirie Street bar and restaurant Old Friend has been evicted and dozens of its assets seized over more than $120,000 in allegedly unpaid rent.
Young workers are often some of the most enthusiastic, hard-working, and innovative employees in a business, yet they are also among the most vulnerable to economic, physical, and emotional abuse. It’s an issue that doesn’t get the attention it deserves, argues Adelaide lawyer Thea Birss.
Kangaroo Island Spirits has launched a gin boasting 48 botanicals from its distillery garden – including home-grown juniper berries, which it says is an Australian first.
EXCLUSIVE | After more than five months of negotiations between the State Government and Walker Corporation, the long-delayed Buckland Park housing project has been given a three-year extension to its development approval.
Medical entrepreneur Sebastian Rees was last year named the inaugural winner of the “First Among Equals” award at InDaily’s 40 Under 40 awards. This year Dr Rees rejoins the awards program as a member of the judging panel to help unearth the next crop of emerging young leaders. Nominations are open for the 2019 40 Under 40 Awards until April 25 and we asked Dr Rees how winning the major award in 2018 has helped propel his career as a co-founder of GenWise Health.
Space junk expert, Dr Alice Gorman, wants everyone to know that South Australia is no newcomer to space industries – it’s part of our scientific heritage.
For young lawyers, the transformation of the legal industry means they will need the tech skills to create and use apps that deliver improved services for their clients.
EXCLUSIVE | The Marshall Government is considering suspending a range of state laws for the operation of The Bend motorsport park at Tailem Bend, owned by the state’s biggest private company, Peregrine Corporation.
South Australian business leaders have questioned why national regulator ASIC has allowed “serial offenders” to continue leading companies.
Adelaide-based ABC board member Donny Walford has criticised the all-female panel who shortlisted three male candidates to chair the public broadcaster, saying the recruitment process was a reflection of gender inequity in the corporate world.
InDaily’s 40 Under 40 awards are returning this year to celebrate the vision and achievements of South Australia’s finest young business leaders and entrepreneurs under the age of 40.
The first radio ratings survey of the year has shown FM stations Mix and Nova pulling ahead of the pack, with Mix now sharing the breakfast ratings crown with the ABC.
As the state’s brewing industry grows, so too does the demand for local produce. Hills Hops is providing a South Australian option, grown on the fringe of the Adelaide Hills.
BlueScope Steel has lifted first-half profit 42 per cent to $624.3 million, helped by a 17 per cent increase in revenue due to stronger steel prices and a weaker Australian dollar.
The SA Property Landscape report will help inform critical business decisions in the coming year.
Bendigo and Adelaide Bank shares have taken a dive after a 2.4 per cent dip in first-half profit, but the regionally focused lender hopes to benefit from the big four’s public relations disaster at the royal commission.
South Australia will host the country’s first compressed air renewable energy storage project – a $30 million facility – to be built at a disused mine in Strathalbyn.
Former NSW premier Mike Baird won’t talk about running for the top job at NAB, but plenty of others are linking him with the role.
A landmark court decision to reject a proposed NSW coal mine on the basis of its expected greenhouse gas emissions could have far-reaching implications for future fossil fuel projects in Australia, environmentalists say.
The next chief executive of NAB has a “mountain to climb” to bring the bank into line with community expectations, its outgoing chairman believes.
Tourist numbers will drop, cases of malaria could emerge in hospitals and business productivity will plummet as a result of climate change, some of South Australia’s leading industry and health bodies have warned.