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New heliport to support BP exploration in the Great Australian Bight

By Jim Plouffe, 24th of November, 2014

Aviation base to be established in Ceduna, South Australia.

Planes, trains and tanks: APC Technology celebrates 30 years

By Jack Baldwin, 20th of November, 2014

APC Technology make tough things for tough times. Their ruggedised computers sit at the bottom of mine shafts, are mounted inside tanks and in cockpits of high-altitude surveillance aircraft.

China encourages free trade by opening Consulate-General in South Australia

By Jack Baldwin, 18th of November, 2014

The Chinese Government is working to establish a Consulate-General in Adelaide, South Australia as part of the inter-country Free Trade Agreement signed this week.

Milestone for Eyre Peninsula mining project

13th of November, 2014

Iron Road Limited has moved to the next step in the approvals process for its massive iron ore project in central Eyre Peninsula.

Systems engineering delegates head to South Australia for 2017 International Symposium

By Jack Baldwin, 7th of November, 2014

The International Council on Systems Engineering International Symposium will head to Adelaide in 2017.

Snowtown II Wind Farm to power 180,000 homes

By Jack Baldwin, 3rd of November, 2014

The second stage of South Australia's largest wind farm was officially launched on the weekend, ahead of time and under budget.

Minotaur Explorations Limited bestowed Queensland Explorer of the Year title

By Jack Baldwin, 29th of October, 2014

Adelaide-based Minotaur Exploration Limited (ASX: MEP) was given the title of Queensland Explorer of the Year at a Brisbane function this morning by Andrew Cripps, Queensland Minister for Natural Resources and Mining.

Australia's fastest growing airport to become Asia Pacific business centre

By Jack Baldwin, 24th of October, 2014

Adelaide Airport has revealed its 30-year vision to become a business centre for the Asia Pacific region - including a tripling of capacity, new industry clusters and an embedded hotel.

Lincoln Minerals lodges for high-grade Kookaburra Gully graphite

By Jack Baldwin, 22nd of October, 2014

Australian Graphite Limited, a fully owned subsidiary of Lincoln Minerals, has lodged an application for two mineral claims of around 300 hectares as part of its Kookaburra Gully graphite project on South Australia's Eyre Peninsula. 

South Australia leads the way on national energy consumer advocacy body

By Jack Baldwin, 16th of October, 2014

A national energy advocacy body will be established to represent Australian energy consumers on issues such as price and reliability.

 
 

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