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.
Roger David’s 57 fashion and accessories stores will close within weeks after no buyers emerged in a four-week process to sell them as a going concern.
Uber Technologies says growth in bookings for its ride-hailing and delivery services rose just six per cent in the latest quarter, the third quarter in a row that growth has remained in the single digits after double-digit growth for all of last year.
Australia doesn’t need a carbon price as emissions levels are coming down, the energy minister insists after a major oil and gas producer called for one to help the climate.
Simplistic optimism won’t solve any of South Australia’s economic or social problems, argues Malcolm King.
Low profile classic hits radio station Cruise 1323 has moved into third place in the latest ratings survey, with FIVEaa and Triple M both taking a hit.
We are growing! ANZ Business Banking is currently hiring 10 Assistant Manager roles for our diversified business banking segment and one Specialised Health Role.
The State Government has elevated the former head of BHP’s Olympic Dam mine to lead a renewed TAFE SA board.
UPDATED | The competition watchdog will allow Fairfax Media’s $4 billion merger with Nine Entertainment to go ahead after deciding the move would not diminish competition in Australian news and media.
News Corp has lifted first-quarter profit 48.5 per cent to $US101 million ($A138.8 million) despite a seven per cent fall in revenue at its Australian newspapers.
South Australian senators have expressed frustration at the national offshore oil and gas regulator for granting multiple extensions to Norwegian oil exploration company PGS to submit its application to conduct a seismic survey in the Great Australian Bight.
EXCLUSIVE | A subsidiary of Lion Air, whose Boeing 737 crashed in Jakarta yesterday with 189 people presumed dead, has been in discussions to establish flights to Adelaide next year.
South Australia has created a low-risk environment that relies on government intervention to protect us from change, writes Richard Blandy, who argues that we must accept more uncertainty if we are to recapture our capacity for competitive growth.
As the global energy industry is transformed by renewables, South Australia could become the Middle East of the new world, says ZEN Energy’s founder, Richard Turner.
A public service committee scrapped by the former Labor government will be re-established in a bid to avoid another ‘Port Adelaide office block’ debacle.
The man who chaired the former Abbott Government’s ‘razor-gang’ that informed its controversial 2014 federal budget has been appointed to oversee Steven Marshall’s inaugural Infrastructure SA board – but the Premier says his government won’t be bound by its recommendations.
EXCLUSIVE | Premier Steven Marshall has appointed New Zealand’s former Finance Minister to review his government’s approach to international trade.
The parent company of West End Brewery says that about a third of the full-time staff at the landmark Adelaide facility could lose their jobs.”
Michelle Guthrie’s replacement is unable to say why her “dynamic” leadership style was wrong for the ABC board or why she was sacked as managing director.
When the song “Eagle Rock” played at a bar in an outback Australian mining town of Kalgoorlie late one night, a dozen young men scattered around a pool table dropped their trousers and heartily sang along in their underwear.
Global solar thermal company SolarReserve is working on a deal with local manufacturer Heliostat SA to build more than 12,800 tracking mirrors for its 150MW Aurora project near Port Augusta.
The countdown continues of the state’s top 100 businesses, as ranked by InDaily’s South Australian Business Index. Today, companies ranked 59-40.
Adelaide pin-up stylist Gemma Vendetta surfaced from an autoimmune disease to launch her own makeup brand that’s taking on the global cosmetics industry one stockist at a time.
ABC Radio Adelaide’s ratings continue to sink, with the national broadcaster’s local flagship station being overtaken by all commercial rivals.
Kevin Rudd has pilloried Tony Abbott as a toxic influence on the national political landscape who doesn’t care a whit about policy.
Hills Limited has recorded a slim full-year profit, despite falling revenue.
AGL Energy has announced Andy Vesey will step down as chief executive and managing director with immediate effect, after four years in the role.
The fragmentation that is devouring Australia’s politics is reflected in the increasingly stark polarisation of the country’s professional mass media, argues Denis Muller.