$4 billion iron ore project strikes agreement with China

The stock exchange has today been advised that a major South Australian iron ore project has taken a significant step closer to development, after agreements were struck with five Chinese steel companies. Iron Road has signed with five global leading Chinese steel companies, including with Shandong Iron & Steel Group at the Adelaide Convention Centre…

$70 million agricultural park to be built in South Australia

A South Australia-Shandong consortium has proposed a $70 million agricultural consolidation park in Adelaide, which would supply premium food and wine to China. The agreement to construct the park was signed at an official welcome dinner last night attended by Premier Jay Weatherill and Shandong’s Communist Party Secretary Jiang Yikang. Armstrong Wines Trading Pty Ltd,…

Cenotaph new home at Anzac Centenary Memorial Garden Walk

The Australasian Soldiers Dardanelles Cenotaph, the first Australian memorial to the Gallipoli campaign could become a feature of the Anzac Centenary Memorial Garden Walk. Minister for Veterans’ Affairs Martin Hamilton-Smith will attend the 100th anniversary of the memorial on Sunday and has proposed to transfer it from the South Parklands. “The cenotaph is the first…

Former ASC Chief Executive joins Defence SA Advisory Board

The South Australian Government has strengthened its pursuit of major maritime projects including the next generation of submarines, with three key appointments. Minister for Defence Industries Martin Hamilton-Smith said that global submarine industry expert Steve Ludlam, formerly Chief Executive of Australian naval shipbuilding company ASC Pty Ltd, will join the Defence SA Advisory Board. This…

South Australian fashion designers dazzle the Indian market

Renowned South Australian fashion designers are set to launch into India after showcasing their labels during a State Government led trade mission. Minister for Investment and Trade Martin Hamilton-Smith said leading South Australian designs were displayed during fashion parades in Mumbai and Delhi and a static display in Jaipur. Designers included Liza Emanuele, couture+love+madness, Simmone…

Wasting no chances to increase jobs and economic activity

Ten years after reforming South Australia’s waste sector and becoming a world leader in the field, the State Government is working with industry and the community to further our advantage. Releasing a discussion paper on industry regulatory reform today, Sustainability, Environment and Conservation Minister Ian Hunter said the waste management and resource recovery industry contributes…