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Australian Space Agency to Adelaide

Australia’s Space Agency will be located in Adelaide, reinforcing South Australia’s long-standing contribution to the nation’s space journey.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison said South Australia was a key hub for innovation and the technology industry, making it the ideal home for the new Agency.

“Australia’s space industry is set to hit new heights,” the Prime Minister said.

“This Agency is going to open doors for local businesses and Australian access to the US$345 billion global space industry.

Big Reveal Whyalla

The city of Whyalla is making a comeback and there's a renewed sense of optimism about its future. GFG Alliance has announced a feasibility study into a new steel plant that would become one of the biggest of its kind in the world, creating hundreds of job opportunities for locals. 

The city of Whyalla is making a comeback and there's a renewed sense of optimism about its future. GFG Alliance has announced a feasibility study into a new steel plant that would become one of the biggest of its kind in the world, creating hundreds of job opportunities for locals. 

6th South Australia Space Forum

South Australia has a real sense of momentum behind its space industry, with some of the fastest-growing startups and companies working right here in SA. 

South Australia has a real sense of momentum behind its space industry, with some of the fastest-growing startups and companies working right here in SA. 

SA space forum highlights opportunities for growth

Premier Steven Marshall will today officially launch the sixth South Australian Space Forum in Adelaide, another clear sign of the State Liberal Government’s ongoing commitment to the growing space industry.

The forum is expected to attract nearly 500 attendees, a strong indication of the momentum and interest behind South Australia’s growing space industry.

Premier Steven Marshall said South Australia’s proud history of space projects and strong advanced manufacturing and technology skills base make it ideally placed to play a leading role in the space industry.

Jobs created as global tech giant opens Adelaide office

As many as 50 new IT jobs will be created in Adelaide with leading global tech company HCL Technologies (HCL) establishing premises in the city.

Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment David Ridgway officially opened the new office on Grenfell St this morning, with HCL forging working relationships with local agribusiness companies – such as Elders - to deliver quality IT services.

Government subsidies driving more apprenticeships

The State Government has announced that hundreds of vocational courses will be subsidised to provide South Australians better opportunities to enter the workforce by taking on an apprenticeship or traineeship.

Minister for Industry and Skills, David Pisoni said funding for an additional 383 courses will be available from early January.

“This will be in addition to the 326 qualifications currently available under a training contract and represents a much greater choice for students and employers for subsidised training,” he said.

sonnen battery recharges northern Adelaide jobs market

In a significant boost for local jobs German energy storage giant sonnen has begun assembling its world-leading home battery technology at the former GM Holden factory at Elizabeth in Adelaide’s north.

The State Liberal Government’s Home Battery Scheme has been pivotal to securing sonnen’s investment in South Australia.

“Having sonnen locate its manufacturing centre in Adelaide for the production of home batteries for Australia, Asia and the South Pacific is a significant step in the revitalisation of South Australia’s industrial base,” said Premier Steven Marshall.

Innovation, Incubation Start-Up and Growth Hub officially launched

His Royal Highness Prince Andrew, The Duke of York KG, will join Premier Steven Marshall and Minister for Industry and Skills David Pisoni, for the official opening of the Innovation, Incubation Start-Up and Growth Hub at Lot Fourteen on the old Royal Adelaide Hospital site. 

The Hub, officially named FIXE@Lot Fourteen, is poised to position South Australia as a world-leading start-up state where entrepreneurs with bright ideas can establish their business at the 23,500sqm CBD site.

South Australia welcomes cannabis industry leaders

Medicinal cannabis professionals are in Adelaide today for a conference exploring the industry’s future in South Australia.

The Future of Medicinal Cannabis symposium features a series of national and global speakers who will discuss the challenges and opportunities of the medicinal cannabis trade including regulation, launching a global business and defining the cannabis pharmacopeia.