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South Australian jobless rate for June rises to 5.9 per cent - The Advertiser
South Australian jobless rate for June rises to 5.9 per cent  The Advertiser

South Australias unemployment rate has risen slightly to 5.9 per cent for June.


Robots set to take 20m jobs globally by 2030, SA and Victoria will be hard hit, warns report - ABC News
Robots set to take 20m jobs globally by 2030, SA and Victoria will be hard hit, warns report  ABC News

Up to 20 million manufacturing jobs could be lost to robots by 2030, increasing income inequality, warns a new report by Oxford Economics.


50 jobs go at Adelaide’s ASC Shipbuilding as work slows - The Advertiser
50 jobs go at Adelaide’s ASC Shipbuilding as work slows  The Advertiser

Up to 50 jobs are set to go from Adelaides ASC Shipbuilding as work on the Air Warfare Destroyers dries up.


Jobs, ads and business conditions soften after election and rate cuts - Sydney Morning Herald
Jobs, ads and business conditions soften after election and rate cuts  Sydney Morning Herald

Soft job figures, falling job ads and weak business conditions are highlighting the problems facing the government and RBA.


These are the 5 top-paid jobs in Australia right now as salaries grow and job vacancies dwindle - Business Insider Australia
These are the 5 top-paid jobs in Australia right now as salaries grow and job vacancies dwindle  Business Insider Australia

If you're looking for a job right now, there's good news and there's bad news.


New push to get more South Australians into lucrative trades as alternative to university - The Advertiser
New push to get more South Australians into lucrative trades as alternative to university  The Advertiser

Australias vocational education and training sector needs an image makeover to ensure the country has the workforce it needs for the future.


Job losses as Big W reveals first of 30 stores to close - 9News
Job losses as Big W reveals first of 30 stores to close  9News

Jobs are set to go at three Big W stores across Sydney as the discount department chain pushes ahead with p...


Sony Opens Adelaide Office, Creates 32 Jobs - Kotaku Australia
Sony Opens Adelaide Office, Creates 32 Jobs  Kotaku Australia

Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) are opening up a new office in Adelaide, according to a release from the South Australian Premier Steven Marshall.


Unemployment holds at 5.2pc despite just 500 jobs being created in June - ABC News
Unemployment holds at 5.2pc despite just 500 jobs being created in June  ABC News

The unemployment rate remains stuck at 5.2 per cent, despite a marginal increase of 500 jobs in June. Key points: In seasonally adjusted terms, the ...


How SA dodged catastrophe after Holden and what will happen next - InDaily
How SA dodged catastrophe after Holden and what will happen next  InDaily

How did South Australia avoid economic disaster when Holden closed its doors? Flinders University economist John Spoehr argues that while the state dodged ...


Employers seek overseas applicants for tradie jobs in Adelaide - NEWS.com.au
Employers seek overseas applicants for tradie jobs in Adelaide  NEWS.com.au

Younger generations not wanting “to get their hands dirty” combined with outsourcing of manufacturing offshore has left Adelaide industries struggling with a ...


Kangaroo Island shares in regional SA tourism boom - The Islander
Kangaroo Island shares in regional SA tourism boom  The Islander

The SA Government has welcomed the latest March 2019 National Visitor Survey results, which confirm a boost for South Australian regions, including ...


Tradie jobs abound in Adelaide but there’s no one to fill them - The Advertiser
Tradie jobs abound in Adelaide but there’s no one to fill them  The Advertiser

Employers across Adelaide are struggling to fill a glut of trades jobs and are instead being forced to look overseas.


David Jones slashes 120 jobs in pivot to online market - 9News
David Jones slashes 120 jobs in pivot to online market  9News

David Jones is cutting 120 jobs from its head office and suburban store network as the department chain refocuses its investment on digital and online retail.


SA prisons in lockdown amid privatisation, job cuts dispute - InDaily
SA prisons in lockdown amid privatisation, job cuts dispute  InDaily

Correctional officers have been warned they will be stood down if they continue today's statewide prison lockdown, the head of the Public *Service* Association ...


Australia's economy is dangerously reliant on just two states and their property markets right now - Business Insider Australia
Australia's economy is dangerously reliant on just two states and their property markets right now  Business Insider Australia

The Australian economy finds itself in a sticky situation at present, the latest jobs figures show.


$83,000 job no one wants | Chronicle - Chronicle
$83,000 job no one wants | Chronicle  Chronicle

Desperate employers are looking to overseas workers to fill these positions because young Aussies don't want to get their “hands dirty”.


Alinta signs up for huge solar and battery project in South Australia - RenewEconomy
Alinta signs up for huge solar and battery project in South Australia  RenewEconomy

200MW S.A. solar project that proposes to add “one of the largest” batteries in the Southern Hemisphere secured power purchase agreement with major utility, ...


Jobs Data Heading In The Wrong Direction - ShareCafe
Jobs Data Heading In The Wrong Direction  ShareCafe

The Australian jobs market is slowing, as the Reserve Bank feared, but don't expect any more rate cuts because the central bank reckons it has done enough for ...


Migration cut could see skilled workers leave Adelaide for Sydney, Melbourne - NEWS.com.au
Migration cut could see skilled workers leave Adelaide for Sydney, Melbourne  NEWS.com.au

Government plans to force tens of thousands of new migrants to settle in regional towns will do nothing to stop the population explosion in Australia's two largest ...


Option papers for KI tourism flags a pop-up information centre - The Advertiser
Option papers for KI tourism flags a pop-up information centre  The Advertiser

A pop-up visitor information centre rolled out in busy periods is among options drawn up by Tourism Kangaroo Island TKI as industry operators try to find a way ...


SA Government to privatise operation of Adelaide Metro trains and trams - ABC News
SA Government to privatise operation of Adelaide Metro trains and trams  ABC News

The South Australian Government reveals plans to privatise the operation of Adelaide's train and tram services, but says it will continue to set fares.


Tens of thousands of regional jobs going unfilled - The Advertiser
Tens of thousands of regional jobs going unfilled  The Advertiser

With 44600 job vacancies in regional Australia, including close to 8000 in South Australia, a new toolkit is being launched in Adelaide today to help attract ...


NT Govt fast track for world’s largest solar farm - The Advertiser
NT Govt fast track for world’s largest solar farm  The Advertiser

The world's largest solar farm proposed near Tennant Creek has been given major project status making it a fast tracked, priority project for the Gunner ...


Small businesses call for more help in South Australian Budget focused on infrastructure - ABC News
Small businesses call for more help in South Australian Budget focused on infrastructure  ABC News

Small businesses in South Australia employ nearly 75 per cent of the state's workers, but this week's State Budget offered them less than 1 per cent of the total ...


Manufacturers supported to submit projects in regional SA - Manufacturers' Monthly
Manufacturers supported to submit projects in regional SA  Manufacturers' Monthly

Applications are now open for $5 million in funding for businesses in regional South Australia. Part of the $150 million Regional Growth Fund, the fund hopes to ...


The State Government’s drastic land tax changes will cripple SA’s economy, business leaders warn - The Advertiser
The State Government’s drastic land tax changes will cripple SA’s economy, business leaders warn  The Advertiser

Contentious new land tax laws combined with spiralling property re-evaluations are causing businesses and mum-and-dad investors to question their future in ...


Defence ordered to hand over documents on $50bn submarine deal with French - The Guardian
Defence ordered to hand over documents on $50bn submarine deal with French  The Guardian

Centre Alliance senator Rex Patrick accuses department of 'unlawful conduct' for wrongly withholding sensitive material.


Microsoft extends IT skills development program to South Australia - ZDNet
Microsoft extends IT skills development program to South Australia  ZDNet

The South Australian government has partnered with Microsoft to stand up a new traineeship program aimed at developing IT-related skills in the state.


Brisbane housing provider hones in on SA - The Advertiser
Brisbane housing provider hones in on SA  The Advertiser

SIXTY specially designed houses for people living with disabilities are to be built across South Australia by the end of this year. Brisbane-based purpose-built ...


Deloitte Access Economics report says SA economy is strong, but headed for a slowdown as global tide goes out on key sectors - The Advertiser
Deloitte Access Economics report says SA economy is strong, but headed for a slowdown as global tide goes out on key sectors  The Advertiser

South Australia's economy is “burning the naysayers” as global tailwinds boost traditional industries but a slow down is on the horizon as population growth ...


Adelaide researchers look at why PTSD among paramedics is twice as high as other health workers - The Advertiser
Adelaide researchers look at why PTSD among paramedics is twice as high as other health workers  The Advertiser

“If you think telling a parent their child has died is hard, try telling a child their parent has died.” These are the sobering words from an Adelaide paramedic, ...


7 SA teachers strike over inadequate pay offer | Adelaide Now - The Advertiser
7 SA teachers strike over inadequate pay offer | Adelaide Now  The Advertiser

John Farnhams hit song Youre the Voice blared as thousands of striking teachers rallied outside Parliament House in Adelaide to protest pay and conditions on ...


"It's in a sorry state": More senior jobs axed at morale-sapped trade agency - InDaily
"It's in a sorry state": More senior jobs axed at morale-sapped trade agency  InDaily

Some of the state's most senior bureaucrats were offered psychological counselling before being escorted from their building in a public *service* purge that is still ...


South Australian films smashing the Aussie box office - The Advertiser
South Australian films smashing the Aussie box office  The Advertiser

South Australias film-making pedigree is paying dividends at the box office.


Child Protection Department to lose 115 fulltime jobs, prompting fears for child safety - The Advertiser
Child Protection Department to lose 115 fulltime jobs, prompting fears for child safety  The Advertiser

The Child Protection Department will lose 115 full-time staff over the coming year, prompting concerns about the impact on frontline work to keep children safe.


Ferretti project promises 100 jobs - Whyalla News
Ferretti project promises 100 jobs  Whyalla News

Ferretti International are planning to ramp up their operations in Whyalla with an expansion project tipped to bring over 100 jobs to the steel city.


California Dreaming — SA’s pitch for Flight USA - The Advertiser
California Dreaming — SA’s pitch for Flight USA  The Advertiser

A direct flight from the United States to Adelaide is the State Government's number one priority ahead of a conference regarded as “speed-dating for airlines, ...


Festival and film culture get SA budget boost as other arts orgs tighten belts - ArtsHub
Festival and film culture get SA budget boost as other arts orgs tighten belts  ArtsHub

Adelaide Festival has received an additional $1.25 million in annual funding over the next three years, with another $6 million injected into the state's screen ...


Jobs and farmers hung out to dry with Murray Darling Basin plan - The Weekly Times
Jobs and farmers hung out to dry with Murray Darling Basin plan  The Weekly Times

IMAGINE if you lost your livelihood and were forced to move from your community only to find out later that the cause of that upheaval was based on false ...


New tool to help seek migrant workers - The Murray Valley Standard
New tool to help seek migrant workers  The Murray Valley Standard

A new toolkit, Steps to Settlement Success, has a range of ideas to attract migrant workers to the rural and regional communities across South Australia.


This fintech innovation hub has partnered with the South Australian government to expand into spacetech - - Anthill online
This fintech innovation hub has partnered with the South Australian government to expand into spacetech -  Anthill online

Asia's largest fintech innovation hub, Stone & Chalk, is partnering with the South Australian Government to establish a start-up hub at Lot Fourteen, the largest ...


Drop in number of people leaving SA, but growth only half the national rate - The Advertiser
Drop in number of people leaving SA, but growth only half the national rate  The Advertiser

Fewer people are leaving South Australia to live interstate, helping Premier Steven Marshall make good on a promise to stem the brain drain. But thousands are ...


Greens seek 'climate emergency' this year - 7NEWS
Greens seek 'climate emergency' this year  7NEWS

The Australian Greens are demanding the country declare a "climate emergency" while calling for a royal commission into the Murray-Darling Basin plan.


Business SA expected more from Lucas budget - The Advertiser
Business SA expected more from Lucas budget  The Advertiser

It must be tough being Treasurer Rob Lucas right now. Other than those involved in construction and major infrastructure works, most stakeholders are throwing ...


Mobilong Prison officers' union slams plan to cut 70 jobs - The Murray Valley Standard
Mobilong Prison officers' union slams plan to cut 70 jobs  The Murray Valley Standard

The Public *Service* Association worries that a Better Prisons program will risk public safety.


Australia's energy future: the real power is not where you’d think - The Guardian
Australia's energy future: the real power is not where you’d think  The Guardian

Liberal states have caucused, and they want the newly elected Morrison government to reboot the Neg.


Workers give Barkuma a fun run for its money in City-Bay event - PerthNow
Workers give Barkuma a fun run for its money in City-Bay event  PerthNow

DOING some heavy lifting to prepare for the annual Sunday Mail Westpac City-Bay Fun Run does more than provide Barkuma workers with a social activity it ...


Fishing lines to battlelines — industry, coastal towns worried about snapper stock restrictions - The Advertiser
Fishing lines to battlelines — industry, coastal towns worried about snapper stock restrictions  The Advertiser

It might be South Australia's most prized fish, but it is on the verge of becoming a protected species. Coveted for its eating and sport-fishing qualities alike, fishing ...


Energy stored in underground caverns joins megabatteries in South Australia - Energy Storage News
Energy stored in underground caverns joins megabatteries in South Australia  Energy Storage News

Canadian company Hydrostor has just received approval to build the first grid-scale compressed air energy storage system in Australia. Hydrostor will deploy a ...


From the moon to deep beyond: Australia’s future in space exploration - The Guardian
From the moon to deep beyond: Australia’s future in space exploration  The Guardian

What Australia's fledgling space agency lacks in size it hopes to make up for with a smart operating strategy and a bold vision.


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 Australian Tourism Commission's efforts to digitally transform marketing - CMO
South Australian Tourism Commission's efforts to digitally transform marketing  CMO

Executive director of marketing for tourism promotionally body sizes up the success of its digital marketing strategy to date and what it takes to keep evolving.


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.


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 ...


South Australia’s unemployment rate climbs in March - The Advertiser
South Australia’s unemployment rate climbs in March  The Advertiser

The latest labour force figures, released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics on Thursday, showed SA's unemployment rate rose from 5.7 per cent in February ...


South Australian government to create 200 jobs in waste management - 9News
South Australian government to create 200 jobs in waste management  9News

SA state government to create 200 jobs in waste management.


South Australia's new Murray Bridge abattoir to create 2000 jobs - 9News
South Australia's new Murray Bridge abattoir to create 2000 jobs  9News

Thomas Foods International have unveiled plans for its new Murray Bridge abattoir in South Australia, more ...


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 ...


Rivergum Homes sheds nine jobs from local workforce - The Advertiser
Rivergum Homes sheds nine jobs from local workforce  The Advertiser

One of the state's biggest home builders has shed nine jobs from its local workforce, due to “structural and operational changes”. Rivergum Homes - the state's ...


Daniel Wills: State Budget’s long burn comes as State Government fights to prove its credentials on lower costs, boosting business - The Advertiser
Daniel Wills: State Budget’s long burn comes as State Government fights to prove its credentials on lower costs, boosting business  The Advertiser

As the dust settles on Premier Steven Marshalls second State Budget since the election, bins and land tax bills have emerged as the biggest battles hes bitten off ...


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.


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 ...


Jobs to go in SA budget - SBS
Jobs to go in SA budget  SBS

More than 1500 public sector jobs are set to go in South Australia but Treasurer Rob Lucas says the cuts will target back office staff with the government locked ...


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 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 ...


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 unemployment rate drops - InDaily
SA unemployment rate drops  InDaily

South Australia's unemployment rate dropped in the past month to record the third best figures in the nation, beating Queensland, Western Australia and ...


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 ...


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.


Telstra to axe 6000 jobs early, but silent on SA impact - InDaily
Telstra to axe 6000 jobs early, but silent on SA impact  InDaily

Telstra says it expects to have told 6000 employees, by the end of next month, that they will lose their jobs - but refuses to reveal how many South Australians ...


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 ...


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 ...


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 ...


SA Treasurer Rob Lucas chases more public sector job cuts - The Australian Financial Review
SA Treasurer Rob Lucas chases more public sector job cuts  The Australian Financial Review

Only half of the 4000 job cuts eyed by the SA Treasurer have been achieved so the axe will stay sharp in a slowing state economy.


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 ...


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.


US trip to drive growth in South Australia's space, defence and cyber security sectors - Manufacturers' Monthly
US trip to drive growth in South Australia's space, defence and cyber security sectors  Manufacturers' Monthly

South Australian Premier, Steven Marshall has travelled to the United States to attend the Sea Air Space, expo in the US, and met with leaders in the space, ...


Uncertainty forcing child protection workers to leave, warns Opposition - The Advertiser
Uncertainty forcing child protection workers to leave, warns Opposition  The Advertiser

Uncertainty over how many child protection workers will lose their jobs at the end of next month is prompting some staff to search for work elsewhere, the union ...


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 ...


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 ...


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 ...


South Australia approves 174 occupations for sponsored visas - SBS
South Australia approves 174 occupations for sponsored visas  SBS

South Australia has announced the list of approved occupations for sponsorship under the state's Designated Area Migration Agreement (DAMA) with the ...


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, ...


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.


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 ...


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 ...


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.


Centre Alliance Senator Rex Patrick says 700 SA shipbuilding jobs could head west under new regime - The Advertiser
Centre Alliance Senator Rex Patrick says 700 SA shipbuilding jobs could head west under new regime  The Advertiser

Incoming Defence Minister Linda Reynolds is under pressure to guarantee the future of hundreds of South Australian submarine and ship-building jobs in her ...


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, ...


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.


Solar farms to gain as SA-NSW powerline project nears decision time - The Advertiser
Solar farms to gain as SA-NSW powerline project nears decision time  The Advertiser

Solar energy projects worth billions of dollars and hundreds of jobs stand to gain from construction of the NSW-South Australia electricity interconnector.


Australia has never had so many jobs waiting to be filled - Business Insider Australia
Australia has never had so many jobs waiting to be filled  Business Insider Australia

There have never been as many job openings in Australia as there are right now, according to employers.


Political row breaks out over Defence Department bid to move 700 submarine maintenance jobs to WA - The West Australian
Political row breaks out over Defence Department bid to move 700 submarine maintenance jobs to WA  The West Australian

A *fresh* political row has broken out over billions of dollars worth of work on Australia's submarine fleet as the Defence Department mulls sending hundreds of ...


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.


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 ...


Former Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop turns down offer to become Governor of South Australia - The Advertiser
Former Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop turns down offer to become Governor of South Australia  The Advertiser

Julie Bishop has reportedly turned down an offer to become the next Governor of South Australia.


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).


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 ...


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 ...