Blackfriars Priory School unveils new $10 million learning complex
29 January 2021| Tweet
Blackfriars Priory School will start the 2021 academic year with the opening of its new $10 million STEM and Year 12 learning complex, signalling the beginning of an ambitious plan to make the school one of the most advanced and dynamic teaching environments in the state.
Helping homeless people with a disability to access the NDIS
6 January 2021| Tweet
Hutt St Centre is calling on the Federal Government to implement the recommendations of its Joint Standing Committee on the NDIS, including that it develops a strategy to better engage with people with a disability who are at risk of or experiencing homelessness, along with the providers of specialist homelessness services which support them.
Connecting people living with dementia to memories through sight, sound, colour and cognitive activity
21 December 2020| Tweet
Helping Hand residents living with dementia are being given an opportunity to reconnect with memories through an interactive projector, which uses light, colour and music to stimulate physical, social, and cognitive activity.
Live in your home before it's built
15 December 2020| Tweet
In a first for South Australia, new home buyers can now step into a virtual reality world where they will be able to walk through a purpose-built, tech-rich studio showcasing life-size floorplans and housing facades projected onto floors and walls, allowing the full-scale experience of living in their home – before it’s built.
Glaciem Cooling and Pernod Ricard Winemakers collaborate in world-leading example of sustainable viticulture
22 October 2020| Tweet
Glaciem Cooling, an innovative Australian battery manufacturer, has partnered with Pernod Ricard Winemakers (PRW) to complete a world-first example of sustainable wine making with the installation of Glaciem’s Thermal Energy Storage (TES) battery.
CH4 Global secures licenses for Asparagopsis seaweed businesses in New Zealand and Australia
21 October 2020| Tweet
World leading Seaweed technology developer CH4 Global has become the first company to sign terms of agreement with patent holder, Future Feed Pty, for the license to sell and distribute Asparagopsis for the purpose of methane reduction in ruminant animals.
Insolvencies, reported overdue debts, and credit insurance claims all down
20 October 2020| Tweet
The number of trade credit insurance claims, collection actions and overdue debts are all at their lowest level in two years, suggesting the Federal Government’s COVID assistance program is having a net positive, tangible impact on Australian businesses. This is the key finding from the latest Quarterly NCI Credit Risk Data.
New e-commerce platform to help SME’s COVID recovery
20 October 2020| Tweet
A world-leading, locally developed e-commerce platform launched today will give small retailers and service providers the power to compete with their much bigger rivals online, according to developer Borough Markets.
Cedar Woods unveils plans for new multi-million dollar Glenside community park
7 October 2020| Tweet
Cedar Woods has unveiled plans for the main community park at Glenside which will feature a large multi-use grassed area for relaxation and recreation, playground and half-court basketball.
SILK Laser Clinics grows during COVID-19
17 September 2020| Tweet
Amid the market disruption that has arisen from the COVID-19 pandemic, cosmetic and beauty services business SILK Laser Clinics has posted record growth in new customers and is continuing with its ongoing plans for further clinic expansion across Australia.
Sale of iconic winery & vineyards a rare opportunity in Barossa
8 September 2020| Tweet
Premium Barossa winery, Rolf Binder, is on the market in what is expected to be one of the largest and most anticipated vineyard and assets sales in the region in the past decade.
Ongoing bushfire recovery in Adelaide Hills and Kangaroo Island to get $128,000 boost
1 September 2020| Tweet
The ongoing work to rebuild and support communities affected in the Kangaroo Island and Adelaide Hills bushfires earlier this year will receive a boost of more than $128,000 in grant funding from BankSA Foundation.
Understanding the optimum blend between telehealth and face-to-face consultations
26 August 2020| Tweet
Consumers are no longer finding the choice between face-to-face consultations and telehealth as binary when wanting to see a primary healthcare provider or visit a doctor and are evaluating their options to find the optimum blend between the two.
Work to begin on $230m Port Spencer grain port after Public Environmental Report amendment approved
13 August 2020| Tweet
South Australian government approval of an amendment to the Public Environmental Report (PER) for Peninsula Ports’ $230 million Port Spencer grain port has paved the way for work to start on the project next month.
LLL Australia appoints new CEO - Ross Smith
6 August 2020| Tweet
The Lutheran Laypeople’s League (LLL) has announced the appointment of Ross Smith as its new Chief Executive Officer. In 2019, the LLL became the first charitable financial institution in Australia to be licensed as an Authorised Deposit-taking Institution (ADI) regulated under the Banking Act and by APRA.
Weir Minerals partners with ENGIE to reduce carbon emissions by 100,000 tonnes
5 August 2020| Tweet
Weir Minerals Australia has signed a landmark agreement with ENGIE Australia & New Zealand to source renewable energy for its operations in New South Wales and Queensland.
Consumer confidence rebounds however many businesses fear for survival in the wake of COVID-19
25 July 2020| Tweet
Consumer confidence in South Australia has rebounded while businesses are struggling to recover from the impacts of COVID-19, according to the latest BankSA State Monitor.
Raising funds for Hutt St Centre at East End Cellars' Winter Soup Kitchen
11 June 2020| Tweet
Today sees the first of East End Cellars’ annual Winter Soup Kitchen events, to be held over the next five Thursdays to raise funds for Hutt St Centre.