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Mortal Kombat reboot set to be produced and filmed in South Australia - ABC News
Mortal Kombat reboot set to be produced and filmed in South Australia  ABC News

A reboot of the epic action movie Mortal Kombat will be brought to life in South Australia later this year, with filmmakers describing it as the largest film to have ...


Two new visa programs to ease migrant employment in more than 170 jobs across SA - The Advertiser
Two new visa programs to ease migrant employment in more than 170 jobs across SA  The Advertiser

South Australian employers will be able to recruit migrants with greater ease across more than 170 occupations ranging from bakers and bar staff to biochemists ...


SA unemployment rate rises to 6.1 per cent, as number of new jobs created fails to meet rise in demand - The Advertiser
SA unemployment rate rises to 6.1 per cent, as number of new jobs created fails to meet rise in demand  The Advertiser

South Australias unemployment rate has risen to 6.1 per cent despite 2000 new jobs having been created in the last month, as an increasing number of people ...


Encouraging employment growth for South Australia - Mirage News
Encouraging employment growth for South Australia  Mirage News

There's encouraging news for the South Australian economy with more employment growth, in the latest jobs figures for April. The ABS Labour Force...


SA looks to space for jobs of the future - Brand SA News
SA looks to space for jobs of the future  Brand SA News

As the nation invests $245m into a new space research centre in Adelaide, its CEO says young South Aussies have a unique opportunity to look to the sky.


Melbourne-based company buys historic Ford plants, promising thousands of jobs - 9news.com.au
Melbourne-based company buys historic Ford plants, promising thousands of jobs  9news.com.au

The last Ford Falcon rolled off the production line in Broadmeadows back in October 2016, signalling the end of an era in Australian car manufacturing and the ...


Fonterra Victorian factory closure costs 98 jobs, leaves staff 'devastated' - ABC News
Fonterra Victorian factory closure costs 98 jobs, leaves staff 'devastated'  ABC News

Fonterra has ruled-out closing other dairy processing sites in Australia after falling milk supply forced the New Zealand company to close its factory at ...


On why Queensland's regional jobs problem is a planning problem for all our regions - The Fifth Estate
On why Queensland's regional jobs problem is a planning problem for all our regions  The Fifth Estate

News from the front desk issue 437: If the climate election turned out to be the hip pocket election, then Queensland led the charge. But the issues this reveals ...


South Australia’s car manufacturing sector died — but the rest of the industry didn’t - The Advertiser
South Australia’s car manufacturing sector died — but the rest of the industry didn’t  The Advertiser

Construction of a new factory to double the size of Axiom Precision Manufacturings plant at Wingfield will start next week.


'Self-gratification' of online shoppers risks jobs: Toll CEO - The Australian Financial Review
'Self-gratification' of online shoppers risks jobs: Toll CEO  The Australian Financial Review

Logistics group Toll will have got rid of 3000 jobs by September as it slashes costs to stay profitable.


Twin Creek wind farm and Australia's biggest battery edge closer to approval - RenewEconomy
Twin Creek wind farm and Australia's biggest battery edge closer to approval  RenewEconomy

RES Australia plans for 183MW wind farm and a big battery in South Australia edge closer to reality, despite ongoing local opposition and concern about "extra ...


Adelaide flu toll: Deaths rise to 27 but no extra SA Pathology staff put on to deal with crisis - The Advertiser
Adelaide flu toll: Deaths rise to 27 but no extra SA Pathology staff put on to deal with crisis  The Advertiser

Flu numbers continue to soar and the death toll is rising as SA Pathology reveals it has not put on extra staff to deal with the crisis, despite doing so last year.


Clive Palmer says SA needs nuclear to stop being a 'backwater' during federal election visit - ABC News
Clive Palmer says SA needs nuclear to stop being a 'backwater' during federal election visit  ABC News

Clive Palmer claims building nuclear reactors in SA would prevent it remaining a backwater, pointing to Lucas Heights in New South Wales as a glowing ...


Online job ads fall by most in six years; less-educated bear the brunt of downturn - ABC News
Online job ads fall by most in six years; less-educated bear the brunt of downturn  ABC News

Online job ads are in a steep decline, with construction-related sectors posting the biggest fall in vacancies, and when job ads decrease unemployment usually ...


The Advertiser Letters to the Editor, May 24 2019 - The Advertiser
The Advertiser Letters to the Editor, May 24 2019  The Advertiser

JIM Chalmers has withdrawn from the Labor leadership race, claiming it will be too hard as his youngest is five months old. Chin up, Jim. The next time Labor ...


Business SA: The future of South Australia business - The Advertiser
Business SA: The future of South Australia business  The Advertiser

The head of the states most powerful business lobby leaves his post on June 30. But before he does, Business SA chief executive Nigel McBride shares his ...


Treasurer Rob Lucas in battle to deliver on public sector job cuts - The Advertiser
Treasurer Rob Lucas in battle to deliver on public sector job cuts  The Advertiser

Nearly 300 public servants have accepted golden handshakes worth a combined $31 million since last August, new figures show. But the rate of redundancies ...


Even after the election north Queenslanders feel forgotten - ABC News
Even after the election north Queenslanders feel forgotten  ABC News

Lisa Millar returns to Townsville after 25 years to find a city buffeted by mining downturns and natural disasters, feeling every one of its 2000 kilometres from ...


'Vanity project': critics round on ACTU's $25m campaign after Labor's election loss - The Guardian
'Vanity project': critics round on ACTU's $25m campaign after Labor's election loss  The Guardian

Union leaders face tough questions on effectiveness of their campaign, which has been labelled 'nebulous' and 'hubristic'


Cyber security roles set to flourish in SA - Brand SA News
Cyber security roles set to flourish in SA  Brand SA News

As new industry opportunities grow in South Australia, cyber security proves to be of importance for companies striving to have international relevance.


SACE structure shaping our students for future jobs - Brand SA News
SACE structure shaping our students for future jobs  Brand SA News

Space, technology, creative industries, healthy ageing, all careers dominating the state's future – but South Australia also wants its students learning to be first ...


5 SA skilled migrant deal would allow bosses to pay workers 10% less | Adelaide Now - The Advertiser
5 SA skilled migrant deal would allow bosses to pay workers 10% less | Adelaide Now  The Advertiser

A migration deal struck by South Australian Premier Stephen Marshall and Prime Minister Scott Morrison has come under fire after it was revealed overseas ...


Almost A Hundred Jobs Gone in Fonterra Shutdown - Vision Christian Media
Almost A Hundred Jobs Gone in Fonterra Shutdown  Vision Christian Media

Fonterra has ruled-out closing other dairy processing sites in Australia after falling milk supply forced the New Zealand company to close its factory at ...


Artificial intelligence a game-changer for future jobs - Brand SA News
Artificial intelligence a game-changer for future jobs  Brand SA News

From complex software systems sorting through medical data, to drones monitoring crops, SA industries are embracing the impact of artificial intelligence.


More jobs in NSW's EGS sector than mining and agriculture combined - The Fifth Estate
More jobs in NSW's EGS sector than mining and agriculture combined  The Fifth Estate

The number of jobs in the NSW environmental goods and services sector exceeded that of the state's agricultural and mining sectors combined, according to ...


Golden North voted the best ice cream in Australia - Clare Northern Argus
Golden North voted the best ice cream in Australia  Clare Northern Argus

South Australia's renowned ice cream Golden North has been judged as the best in Australia.


Clean energy jobs for SA under Greens plan - Herald Sun
Clean energy jobs for SA under Greens plan  Herald Sun

The Greens want to transform Australia's energy system to renewables by 2030, with South Australia leading the way.


Twin Creek wind farm meets resistance in Barossa - The Advertiser
Twin Creek wind farm meets resistance in Barossa  The Advertiser

A 300 million wind farm near Kapunda would threaten wombat and endangered pygmy blue tongue lizards, decimate house values and be a blight on the ...


South Australia's SIMEC Energy Australia in growth mode - The Fifth Estate
South Australia's SIMEC Energy Australia in growth mode  The Fifth Estate

UPDATED: British billionaire Sanjeev Gupta's South Australian interests show no sign of slowing with programs ranging from renewable energy for his company ...


Funding win for Iron Knob - Whyalla News
Funding win for Iron Knob  Whyalla News

Tourist facilities in Iron Knob are set to receive an upgrade thanks to the tireless work of local volunteers and funding put forward by the state government.


Australian politics live: Albanese to take leadership of Labor party - The Weekly Times
Australian politics live: Albanese to take leadership of Labor party  The Weekly Times

The election fallout continues, with Anthony Albanese likely to take over the ALP leadership while ScoMo heads north.


South Australian Tourism Commission chairman Sean Keenihan quits, Christopher Pyne’s farewell - The Advertiser
South Australian Tourism Commission chairman Sean Keenihan quits, Christopher Pyne’s farewell  The Advertiser

In this weeks Off the Record, we reveal the states tourism chairman is quitting, help solve the mystery of Adelaide Uniteds ownership, go inside the tight security ...


Yorke Peninsula wind farm turbines to be bigger if project approved - The Advertiser
Yorke Peninsula wind farm turbines to be bigger if project approved  The Advertiser

YORKE Peninsula residents will look out upon much larger turbines, if revised plans for a 1.6 billion wind farm is approved.


Anthony Albanese: Who is the Labor MP running for party leadership? - NEWS.com.au
Anthony Albanese: Who is the Labor MP running for party leadership?  NEWS.com.au

He's the working-class, rock-star Labor MP whose 1980s university selfie saw him branded “hot Albo”, but has long been labelled “too left” to lead the party.


Fonterra to close Australian factory with loss of almost 100 jobs - Stuff.co.nz
Fonterra to close Australian factory with loss of almost 100 jobs  Stuff.co.nz

Fonterra has decided to close its Dennington factory in Australia later this year.


Climate change debate dominates election, as SA councils demand national action to stop erosion - The Advertiser
Climate change debate dominates election, as SA councils demand national action to stop erosion  The Advertiser

Worried South Australian coastline councils have called for national action to combat disappearing beaches caused by unstoppable erosion.


The best time for South Australians to get a job - The Advertiser
The best time for South Australians to get a job  The Advertiser

The start of the year is actually the best time of year to go job hunting. In the cold, dark days of winter job seekers in South Australia can spend twice as long ...


South Australia’s unemployment rate rises to 5.9 per cent - The Advertiser
South Australia’s unemployment rate rises to 5.9 per cent  The Advertiser

South Australias unemployment rate has risen to 5.9 per cent, the highest it has been in eight months.


South Australia beats strong competition to be home to Australia's new space agency - ABC News
South Australia beats strong competition to be home to Australia's new space agency  ABC News

South Australia beats strong national competition to house the Australian Space Agency, with Prime Minister Scott Morrison describing it as a launching pad to ...


South Australia needs to boost its migration intake, here is what the experts say - ABC News
South Australia needs to boost its migration intake, here is what the experts say  ABC News

In one year South Australia attracted 10000 migrants — a feat accomplished in Victoria in just 26 days. Now, the State Government is looking at how it can boost ...


SA unemployment rate climbs again, but participation up - InDaily
SA unemployment rate climbs again, but participation up  InDaily

South Australia's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose by 0.2 per cent in March to 5.9 per cent compared with a national average 5 per cent, according ...


Greyhound Racing SA 'underpaid employees' before receiving taxpayer jobs grant: claim - InDaily
Greyhound Racing SA 'underpaid employees' before receiving taxpayer jobs grant: claim  InDaily

Several current and former Greyhound Racing SA employees say the organisation significantly underpaid them - despite receiving hundreds of thousands of ...


The truth about jobs - InDaily
The truth about jobs  InDaily

Jobs are the perennial election issue, and as Australia gears up for the next federal election, we thought it would be useful to investigate the stats rather than ...


SA Radio Rentals to close with loss of 100 jobs - ABC News
SA Radio Rentals to close with loss of 100 jobs  ABC News

Radio Rentals will close all 12 of its South Australian stores, blaming difficult retail conditions and online competition in the company's core business of ...


Why infrastructure in Brisbane and Queensland needs an urgent dose of sustainability - The Fifth Estate
Why infrastructure in Brisbane and Queensland needs an urgent dose of sustainability  The Fifth Estate

Queensland is known as the sunshine state and its capital Brisbane attracts 1300 new residents a month, lured by good weather, cheaper housing and a ...


No minimum requirement for SA jobs on future submarine program - The Advertiser
No minimum requirement for SA jobs on future submarine program  The Advertiser

South Australian jobs are not guaranteed for the build on the $50 billion future submarine program, defence department officials have revealed. A senate ...


Jobs with purpose: how to stop SA's millennial brain drain - InDaily
Jobs with purpose: how to stop SA's millennial brain drain  InDaily

To stem the loss of talented young people from the state, South Australia needs to create not just jobs - but the right kind of jobs, writes Suzi Sosa.


South Australia’s jobless rate dropped to 5.7 per cent in February, lowest point in four months - The Advertiser
South Australia’s jobless rate dropped to 5.7 per cent in February, lowest point in four months  The Advertiser

South Australia's jobless rate has dropped from 6.3 per cent to 5.7 per cent, the lowest it has been since November. The decrease comes as the national rate for ...


200 jobs threatened as State Govt pushes SA Pathology to cut spending - InDaily
200 jobs threatened as State Govt pushes SA Pathology to cut spending  InDaily

The State Government has granted the embattled SA Pathology one year to prove it can reign in spending before it embarks on privatising the *service*, with 200 ...


Study finds that job creep reduces productivity at work - The Lead South Australia
Study finds that job creep reduces productivity at work  The Lead South Australia

The University of South Australia has found that continuing work-related activities after hours has an adverse effect on productivity and recovery.


First look: Welcome to Mecca’s 100th store at Rundle Mall - The Advertiser
First look: Welcome to Mecca’s 100th store at Rundle Mall  The Advertiser

It's a thing of beauty — 30 South Australians have new jobs thanks to a Mecca cosmetics store opening in Rundle Mall on Friday. The 400sq/m store is the 100th ...


It's who you know, if you want a job in Adelaide - InDaily
It's who you know, if you want a job in Adelaide  InDaily

South Australian employers are more likely than their interstate counterparts to choose staff through personal networks rather than by advertising positions, ...


South Australian unemployment: Jobless rate falls to 5.5% - The Advertiser
South Australian unemployment: Jobless rate falls to 5.5%  The Advertiser

SOUTH Australias jobless rate is lower than before the closure of the Elizabeth Holden factory as the state continues to experience strong jobs growth.


South Australia records strongest job growth in community care - The Advertiser
South Australia records strongest job growth in community care  The Advertiser

SOUTH Australians are enjoying more than their fair share of the community services boom, recording the strongest job growth in the country.


West Beach Mini Golf’s hole in one business for SA families - The Advertiser
West Beach Mini Golf’s hole in one business for SA families  The Advertiser

Ben Coure took a swing at owning West Beach Mini Golf and has not looked back. Mr Coure features as part of Messenger Community News, The Advertiser ...


Renewables job numbers hit three-year high – led by Australia's coal states - RenewEconomy
Renewables job numbers hit three-year high – led by Australia's coal states  RenewEconomy

The number of Australians employed in full-time jobs by the renewable energy industry has been estimated at 14,820 in 2016-17, a 33 per cent jump in FTE ...


Adelaide lawyers appointed to SA Employment Tribunal - InDaily
Adelaide lawyers appointed to SA Employment Tribunal  InDaily

Tony Rossi of Rossi Legal has been appointed a Judge of the District Court, while Stuart Cole of Wright Chambers has been made a Magistrate – and both have ...


South Australian mining job opportunities on the rise - Australian Mining
South Australian mining job opportunities on the rise  Australian Mining

Mining job opportunities in South Australia are trending up according to a report from research body Resources and Engineering Skills Alliance (RESA).


Anglicare Australia Jobs Availability Snapshot warns of employment squeeze as entry-level roles disappear - The Advertiser
Anglicare Australia Jobs Availability Snapshot warns of employment squeeze as entry-level roles disappear  The Advertiser

MORE than eight people are applying for every entry-level job advertised in South Australia and each year there are fewer of these lower-skilled roles on offer, ...


SA's unemployment rate lifts to 18-month high - InDaily
SA's unemployment rate lifts to 18-month high  InDaily

It's the worst figure recorded in the state since June 2017, when the seasonally adjusted rate reached 6.6 per cent. The rate is marginally ahead of the ...


New $60 million abattoir could be 'complete game changer' for central Australian pastoralists - ABC News
New $60 million abattoir could be 'complete game changer' for central Australian pastoralists  ABC News

Pastoralists say a new $60 million abattoir proposed for South Australia would be a "complete game changer" for producers throughout central Australia and ...


Meet nine Adelaide employers who want to give you a job - InDaily
Meet nine Adelaide employers who want to give you a job  InDaily

CityMag has found nine people across nine key industries who want to give you a job.


Unemployment up as more South Australians look for work - InDaily
Unemployment up as more South Australians look for work  InDaily

The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate, released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, rose from 5.3 per cent in November last year to 5.9 per cent in ...


Disabled worker harassment costs economy millions, Equal Opportunity Commissioner warns - The Advertiser
Disabled worker harassment costs economy millions, Equal Opportunity Commissioner warns  The Advertiser

Persistent employment discrimination against South Australians with disabilities is shortsighted, narrow-minded and is costing the local economy millions of ...


About 100 workers lose jobs at Primo's Port Wakefield abattoir as parent company JBS axes entire shift - ABC News
About 100 workers lose jobs at Primo's Port Wakefield abattoir as parent company JBS axes entire shift  ABC News

About 100 workers at South Australia's Port Wakefield abattoir are without work, after a decision by parent company JBS to move from two shifts to a single ...


Big jobs hit as Big W announces closure of Monarto distribution centre and 30 stores - InDaily
Big jobs hit as Big W announces closure of Monarto distribution centre and 30 stores  InDaily

More than 200 jobs are in limbo at Big W's Monarto distribution centre, which is expected to shut down by 2021 as Woolworths swings the axe across its ...


The six essential jobs that weren’t around a decade ago, with decent pay too - Herald Sun
The six essential jobs that weren’t around a decade ago, with decent pay too  Herald Sun

TEN years ago, when Barack Obama became the first African-American US president, then-prime minister Kevin Rudd apologised to the Stolen Generation, and ...


A fruitful decision to open a family business - The Advertiser
A fruitful decision to open a family business  The Advertiser

Vince and Dom Musitano have come from a family of fruit growers and now own their own shop, Simply *Fresh* Fruiterers, in Kensington Gardens. The brothers ...


South Australian police fined over staff member's death in walk-in freezer - The Guardian
South Australian police fined over staff member's death in walk-in freezer  The Guardian

Cook Debra Summers died from hypothermia after becoming locked in the freezer at a police training centre. Australian Associated Press. Tue 16 Apr 2019 ...


Sarah Hanson-Young warns of One Nation's 'toxic politics' as Pauline Hanson visits regional SA - ABC News
Sarah Hanson-Young warns of One Nation's 'toxic politics' as Pauline Hanson visits regional SA  ABC News

One Nation leader Pauline Hanson is touring regional South Australia this week to promote two local candidates, prompting a warning from Greens Senator ...


Veterans to be linked to training and jobs in growing SA defence sector as industry and State Government ink new agreement - The Advertiser
Veterans to be linked to training and jobs in growing SA defence sector as industry and State Government ink new agreement  The Advertiser

Veterans will be assisted to gain work in the states expanding defence sector under a new program set to link them with additional training and match them to ...


Wind and solar work with Mt Gambier school to create long-term regional career path - The Advertiser
Wind and solar work with Mt Gambier school to create long-term regional career path  The Advertiser

Stable, long-term jobs in regional jobs areas are being created by the renewable energy industry, wind turbine company Vestas says. “It's a very real career path ...


Federal election 2019: How major parties plan to tackle SA’s youth unemployment - The Advertiser
Federal election 2019: How major parties plan to tackle SA’s youth unemployment  The Advertiser

Civic leaders and youth advocates have called for a federal election campaign focused on jobs for young people to stop the state's brain and skills drain and ...


Adelaide shipbuilder ASC looks to cut 63 jobs as air warfare destroyer work winds down - The Advertiser
Adelaide shipbuilder ASC looks to cut 63 jobs as air warfare destroyer work winds down  The Advertiser

ADELAIDE-based defence shipbuilder ASC is looking to cut a further 63 jobs as work on the navys new air warfare destroyers winds down.


CU-River Mining to transform power station site in SA jobs boost - Australian Mining
CU-River Mining to transform power station site in SA jobs boost  Australian Mining

CU-River Mining has purchased the site of a former Port Augusta power station from Flinders Power to develop a $250 million port facility in the Spencer Gulf, ...


Accolade Wines to move SA jobs offshore — but won’t say how many - The Advertiser
Accolade Wines to move SA jobs offshore — but won’t say how many  The Advertiser

Accolade Wines will not say how many roles will go from its South Australian operations as a result of an outsourcing program, but says a review of its global ...


Big W job losses a blow to SA - SBS News
Big W job losses a blow to SA  SBS News

South Australian Treasurer Rob Lucas says he hopes Woolworths can find new jobs for distribution centre workers in SA.


Business confidence brings jobs boost for SA, says BankSA State Monitor Survey - The Advertiser
Business confidence brings jobs boost for SA, says BankSA State Monitor Survey  The Advertiser

CONFIDENCE in the South Australian economy is leading to real outcomes with the number of businesses creating jobs in the past three months now at its ...


SA jobless rate soars to 18-month high - 9news.com.au
SA jobless rate soars to 18-month high  9news.com.au

South Australia has recorded its highest jobless rate in the last 18 months.


4000 public servant jobs to be axed in South Australian budget - The Australian
4000 public servant jobs to be axed in South Australian budget  The Australian

The first Liberal budget in South Australia in 17 years will today include 170 million to help cut public sector numbers by more than 4000, along with a 515m ...


SA jobs growth drops by a third as experts call for major new project spending - The Advertiser
SA jobs growth drops by a third as experts call for major new project spending  The Advertiser

Leading economists have warned that major new projects in mining and infrastructure are needed to supercharge SAs jobs growth, which has dropped by a ...


Adelaide Lot Fourteen: $129 million plan for old RAH site - The Advertiser
Adelaide Lot Fourteen: $129 million plan for old RAH site  The Advertiser

Premier Steven Marshalls vision for Adelaide to be home of Australias greatest Aboriginal art gallery is set to become a reality with the Federal Government ...


UniSA top of class for employment and boss satisfaction - The Advertiser
UniSA top of class for employment and boss satisfaction  The Advertiser

UniSA has achieved the state's top marks for full-time student employment outcomes and employer satisfaction with graduates. A pair of national reports to be ...


BHP Billiton's Olympic Dam expansion declared a major development by SA Government - ABC News
BHP Billiton's Olympic Dam expansion declared a major development by SA Government  ABC News

A major expansion of BHP's Olympic Dam mine is a step closer, with the South Australian Government declaring it a major development proposal.


Businesses spend big but not on workers, as Marshall Govt approaches first anniversary - InDaily
Businesses spend big but not on workers, as Marshall Govt approaches first anniversary  InDaily

SPECIAL REPORT | South Australian businesses are confident in the future and have been investing strongly since Steven Marshall took office - but not in new ...


Betting agency Tabcorp to shed about 70 casual jobs in Adelaide as they close Marleston call centre - The Advertiser
Betting agency Tabcorp to shed about 70 casual jobs in Adelaide as they close Marleston call centre  The Advertiser

About 70 casual workers will lose their jobs with gambling operator Tabcorp closing its Adelaide call centre at the end of the month.


The 15 South Australian issues that will come into play on election day - The Advertiser
The 15 South Australian issues that will come into play on election day  The Advertiser

From the future of the economy, to ship building jobs, to negative gearing, National Affairs editor Matt Smith looks at the issues set to define the SA campaign for ...


SA jobs boost with new national Triple-0 call centre - InDaily
SA jobs boost with new national Triple-0 call centre  InDaily

Around 45 local jobs will be created with the establishment of a new Triple-Zero call centre in Adelaide.


SA’s largest Bunnings Warehouse is officially open at Edwardstown - The Advertiser
SA’s largest Bunnings Warehouse is officially open at Edwardstown  The Advertiser

The largest Bunnings Warehouse in South Australia has officially opened its doors today.


400 jobs for SA with more OTR stores in Victoria - The Advertiser
400 jobs for SA with more OTR stores in Victoria  The Advertiser

The Shahin family-owned fuel empire will expand further into Victoria with three new On The Run stores to open this year, part of a 40 million-plus spend that will ...


Commercial shipping to return to Port Augusta for first time in 50 years with new port project - ABC News
Commercial shipping to return to Port Augusta for first time in 50 years with new port project  ABC News

More than 150 jobs are set to be created in the Port Augusta region, with the new owners of the former Northern Power Station site planning to build a $250 ...


Unemployment drops below 5 per cent for the first time in eight years - ABC News
Unemployment drops below 5 per cent for the first time in eight years  ABC News

The unemployment rate has fallen to its lowest level in almost eight years, although its move below 5 per cent was largely driven by fewer people looking for ...


Defence jobs guarantee could be lost in translation - InDaily
Defence jobs guarantee could be lost in translation  InDaily

Defence Minister Christopher Pyne has doubled down on his guarantee that at least 60 per cent of the work for the multi-billion dollar future submarines will go ...


Jobs to go across NSW and South Australia as News Corp re-structures marketing - mUmBRELLA*
Jobs to go across NSW and South Australia as News Corp re-structures marketing  mUmBRELLA*

News Corp has axed a number of roles in its marketing teams across South Australia and News South Wales as it moves towards a centralised model.


Oil spills in Great Australian Bight could reach Sydney's beaches, planning document shows - ABC News
Oil spills in Great Australian Bight could reach Sydney's beaches, planning document shows  ABC News

If an oil spill happened in the Great Australian Bight, it could reach as far east as Port Macquarie's beaches, two thirds of the way up the New South Wales coast, ...


100 Jobs Lost As Iconic SA Retailer Shuts Its Doors - Cruise1323
100 Jobs Lost As Iconic SA Retailer Shuts Its Doors  Cruise1323

Radio Rentals will close its doors for good in coming weeks with 100 South Australian employees set to lose their jobs.


Industry bodies to help shape SA's job growth - The Advertiser
Industry bodies to help shape SA's job growth  The Advertiser

Key industry bodies will have a stronger voice in mapping out jobs growth in South Australia and the training needs of a future workforce.


David Pisoni accused of jobs for the boys over appointment of Nicholas Handley to paid government board - The Advertiser
David Pisoni accused of jobs for the boys over appointment of Nicholas Handley to paid government board  The Advertiser

The State Government is being challenged to prove an appointment to a paid government board is not a case of jobs for the boys after new documents revealed ...


Technicolor’s move to Adelaide will generate 400 jobs and boost CBD living and lifestyle - The Advertiser
Technicolor’s move to Adelaide will generate 400 jobs and boost CBD living and lifestyle  The Advertiser

The pending move by a global media post-production and effects giant to the Adelaide CBD is expected to have an enormous knock-on effect on apartment ...


More South Australians Struggling – Health and Housing - Pro Bono Australia
More South Australians Struggling – Health and Housing  Pro Bono Australia

Dr Alice Clark, the executive director of Shelter SA, reflects on the links between housing and health, following the release of a report looking at prescription data ...