Entrepreneur Nicholas Murphy combines his role as managing director of a civil and structural engineering company with experience as a prior owner of a brewpub in the city.
Adelaide-based Elders has made a $187 million scrip and cash offer for unlisted private wholesale buying group, Australian Independent Rural Retailers.
South Australian accountant, lawyer and financial adviser Miriam Holme wants to make taxation services “fun and fab”.
Climate change is prompting South Australian wine researchers to trial drought-tolerant grape varieties from Cyprus.
Michael Pagsanjan is combining his passion for social justice and skills as a lawyer to fight for the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
South Australian entrepreneur Michael Brinkley co-founded a beverage company after being inspired to get a healthier body and mind.
Using her experience as a prisoner of war in the early ’90s, United States Army flight surgeon Dr Rhonda Cornum works with the corporate world to cultivate the same psychological resilience that allowed her to survive under brutal conditions.
Managing director and co-founder of Magnetic Alliance, Mark Lim, works with businesses to help them overcome challenges to growth.
A South Australian social entrepreneur is combating youth unemployment by creating careers through multiple innovative businesses, including cafes.
Adelaide’s radio ratings battle in the closely-watched breakfast shift has tightened, with ABC Radio Adelaide’s Ali Clarke clinging on to top spot despite her key rivals surging.
The first 12,000-litre shipment of Golden North ice cream to Vietnam will leave Outer Harbor this month.
Jordy Kitschke’s South Australian start-up has adapted medical laser technology developed in this state to a new purpose – measuring the quality of meat.
News Corp insists it “remains firmly committed to the people and issues of South Australia”, despite axing the sole remaining reporter in the local bureau of its national broadsheet, The Australian.
A former Austrade Commissioner has been brought in to fill the void at the top of the state’s Department for Trade, Tourism and Investment following a major shakeup that has seen several senior executives axed.
Web designer and app developer Hinney Lo started PixelForce for a university assignment, with the company growing to help shape Australia’s fitness industry and boost South Australia’s skilled immigration.
With an Australian Space Agency up and running, Gail Iles makes a case for carving out a niche in microgravity or Zero-G research rockets.
A Palmer farmer and journalist uses her combined passion for agriculture and communication to empower rural and city clients.
After working for numerous high profile politicians, David Pearson wanted to solve South Australia’s most pressing social problems on a grassroots level.
Entrepreneur, mathematician and producer Anton Andreacchio has founded an array of outstanding South Australian companies across the creative industries, using technological innovations to help drive some of the state’s most significant projects.”
Sullivan Latch knows plenty about guts and determination, and the Crows fanatic will be on hand tonight as his team clashes with Richmond.
Fourth-generation agriculturalists Joyce Ceravolo and her brother Joseph increased the turnover of SA apple juice company Ashton Valley Fresh by nearly a third in five years.
Six individuals have been recognised for outstanding contributions to their industries among the young South Australian business leaders identified at InDaily’s 40 Under 40 Awards.
South Australia’s finest young businesspeople have been honoured at InDaily’s 40 Under 40 awards, showcasing the energy, innovation and diverse accomplishments of the state’s future industry leaders.
Telstra says it expects to have told 6000 employees, by the end of next month, that they will lose their jobs – but refuses to reveal how many South Australians will be affected.
An Adelaide Hills teenager whose apps have been downloaded more than 300,000 times has been handpicked to attend Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference in California next week.
Uncertainty over the Marshall Government’s parked Mining Bill and an “unprecedented” new $2 million slug to companies seeking exploration licences in some of the state’s most desirable sites have prompted industry warnings that investment could be put at risk.
Adelaide-based miner Minotaur has agreed to sell its WA nickel assets to focus on its copper and gold prospects in South Australia and Queensland.
The re-elected Morrison Government needs to outline clear – and friendlier – renewable energy policy to avoid an investment strike that would put upward pressure on power prices, analysts say.
Consumer confidence increased over the weekend amid talk of a cut to interest rates while inflation expectations fell, an ANZ analyst says.