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Skilled and business migrants hoping to reside in SA have been given a window of opportunity this month, reports KRISTINA TADDEO.
Adelaide’s international university student intake has dropped this year leaving business owners on edge, reports KRISTINA TADDEO.
The revamp of Victoria Square could be the boost that Adelaide City needs. With stage one of the upgrade to the square approved, work on the redevelopment began earlier this month, reports ADANA HARDING.
Despite its small population and somewhat conservative nature, Adelaide has been the birthplace of a number of successful food and hospitality businesses. But with escalating rent and labour costs, has Adelaide got too big for its boots? AMELIA PINNA speaks to people who started their successful businesses in Adelaide about why the state works for entrepreneurs.
An Adelaide man was able to move from student to entrepreneur after creating a publication to support international students arriving in South Australia. By ABIGAIL KHOO
The Internet is providing the vintage and recycled fashion scene a new outlet for young designers and retailers, alongside traditional markets, writes CAITLIN KEENAN.
Coober Pedy, Roxby Downs and Moonta are just some of the mining communities in South Australia and across the country that the mining union, CFMEU, believes will benefit from the government’s mining tax. But you wouldn’t know it from the mining companies’ advertising campaign, writes GEORGIA KELLY-BAKKER.
In November last year, South Australian premier Jay Weatherill proposed that the SA Holidays Act 1910 be amended so that two new half public holidays could be introduced on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve after 7pm. But what does this mean for workers and the businesses that employ them? writes ANGELA SCARFO.
Job-hungry graduates need more than just a university degree behind them to find work these days, as many qualified but unemployed graduates can attest, writes STACEY CANAVAN.
In August 2011, more than $50 billion was wiped off the Australian share market. This plunge, the lowest since 2009, came in the wake of the Dow Jones crisis which saw the US economy plummet by billions of dollars, writes DOMENIQUE LUCAS.