UPDATED | A major expansion of BHP’s Olympic Dam mine has been granted major project status.
An Italian sommelier hoping to design a computer program that links local food producers with tourists will become the first recipient of a new State Government-backed entrepreneurship visa.
South Australian-designed solar technology with the ability to triple the flying time of drones will be exhibited for the first time at the Avalon aviation expo this month.
Treasury Wine Estates has raised a glass to shareholders, upping its interim dividend following a 15.1 per cent lift in first-half profit to $201.1 million.
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.
In the understandable clamour for reform of the troubling practices of our banks, let’s not forget the victims of their rapacious behaviour, writes legal commentator Morry Bailes. If you’ve suffered at the hands of the banks, here’s where you can start to get help.
UPDATED | Adelaide Crows chairman Rob Chapman says the football club “was not engaged” in discussions about a new boutique hotel on the Adelaide Oval site, despite being a key stakeholder in the facility.
EXCLUSIVE | The State Government insists it did not need to put the $42 million taxpayer-funded loan for the proposed Adelaide Oval hotel through the rigorous unsolicited bid process, despite criticism the deal resembles the Gillman debacle.
Individual bankers who have done the wrong thing should be punished but Australia doesn’t need its system “gummed up” with excessive regulation, Tony Abbott is warning ahead of the banking royal commission revealing its recommendations later today.
Australian mining giants BHP and Rio Tinto have joined the push for an indigenous voice to federal parliament, with BHP stumping up $1 million to add action to its words. But the Prime Minister says their position won’t sway his own stance.
The Australian chairman of Chinese telecom giant Huawei Technologies believes the company has been caught up in “China bashing”.
The operator of Adelaide’s august Trak Cinemas has stepped down, with the movie house closed as its owners search for new management.
AMP has flagged a 96 per cent drop in full-year profit and a drastically smaller final dividend after confirming it will set aside another $200 million to cover the cost of customer remediation related to issues heard at the banking royal commission.
Rundle Street dessert café San Churro has re-opened, eschewing the exodus of chocolate shops from the East End in 2018 – but its new owners say a 20-storey apartment tower, to be constructed next-door in the New Year, poses an existential threat.”
The building industry wants a raft of reforms to arrest the sharp decline of South Australia’s housing market – and that means measures like compulsory rainwater tanks need to be reconsidered, argues Ian Markos.
British industrialist Sanjeev Gupta has unveiled an ambitious plan for a “grand scale steel plant” in Whyalla, capable of annual exports of 10 million tonnes.
Metcash shares have continued to fall, tumbling nearly seven per cent a day after the company said it sees more tough times ahead in the supermarket sector.
An Adelaide cleaning company whose contracts included the Royal Adelaide Hospital, Adelaide Airport and ElectraNet is being liquidated.
Commonwealth Bank CEO Matt Comyn admits the bank has prioritised profits over its customers, as it faces potentially compensating more than half a million customers sold dud add-on insurance.
A North Adelaide luxury toilet company offering a portaloo experience “of ultimate beauty, extravagance and opulence” has fallen into liquidation.
Fairfax Media has less than three weeks left as an independent entity after its shareholders voted overwhelmingly in favour of the 175-year-old company’s merger with Nine Entertainment.
A team of Adelaide-based developers has released a new version its premium podcast platform, six months after being acquired by some of the world’s most influential podcasters, including NPR and the team behind This American Life.
Australia’s competition watchdog has signed off Santos’ $2.9 billion acquisition of major WA oil and gas producer, Quadrant Energy.
British Industrialist Sanjeev Gupta has confirmed his group’s interest in developing its own smelting operations in South Australia but has declined to comment on possibly working with the troubled Nyrstar operations at Port Pirie.