The “deal of the century” that saw disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong race in Adelaide’s Tour Down Under continues to pay dividends, according to race director Mike Turtur, who has hit out at those calling for the money to be returned as “dickheads”.
Hospitality entrepreneur Josh Baker is a familiar name from venues including Clever Little Tailor, Pink Moon Saloon, and Whistle and Flute. Now he’s got a bold new project in the works right in the heart of the city.
Setting objectives, defining strategies and adhering to ‘KPIs’ are the new norm in the SA Liberal Party, according to leader Steven Marshall, who insists he has instilled a private-enterprise approach in the perpetually underperforming party.
Chief Justice Chris Kourakis says the judicial system suffers from an “image problem”, in part because nobody is charged with publicly defending its credibility, while governments are more inclined to divert much-needed funds into “headline” projects.
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Crispian Fielke has helped build Adelaide's small-bar scene through his co-ownership of Clever Little Tailor and Pink Moon Saloon. But for him the hospitality life is not just business – it’s deeply personal.
In our latest podcast, South Australia's newest Thinker in Residence Allyson Hewitt talks about creating a culture of social innovation in the state.
“South Australia is underprepared for a surge in defence jobs, and needs to foster homegrown expertise in science and technology, according to members of a high-powered panel discussion at InDaily’s SA Business Index event.”