The first ten kilometres of the Northern Adelaide Irrigation Scheme's (NAIS) 29 kilometre transfer pipeline will be installed underground this month, supporting 150 manufacturing and constructions jobs in Adelaide's northern and southern suburbs.
The second annual search for Australia best fish and chips shop kicks off tomorrow, with over one hundred thousand votes expected to be cast in the national competition.
Adelaide businesses are conducting research projects into engineering immune systems to fight cancer and to decrease the environmental footprint of the mining industry.
A $4 million joint funding program aimed at growing South Australia's forest and forest products industry is officially open for applications.
An international water efficiency standard will soon be a reality after today’s first meeting of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) committee.
Australian wine export values and volumes have significantly improved, with the value of wine exports up 20 per cent to $2.76 billion and export volumes up 10 per cent to 852 million litres—a new record.
Fisheries ministers from 17 Pacific nations met in the Cook Islands this week to set the regional fisheries management agenda for the next 12 months.
Today we reinforce Australia’s commitment to supporting Pacific fisheries, which are a key economic driver throughout the region.
Australia has joined with international partners, the fisheries industry and stakeholders to protect a number of fisheries ecosystems in the southern Indian Ocean, at the fifth Meeting of the Parties to the Southern Indian Ocean Fisheries Agreement (SIOFA), in Thailand.
An additional 2.3 million kilometres of Australian waters will be managed under a world-leading system of marine parks for the first time, as five new management plans come into effect from today.