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The library is asking businesses to submit their “COVID-19 signs” to become part of the library’s historical collection. The State Library, which began as the South Australian Literary Association in 1834, is collecting signage and objects used by businesses during COVID-19 to ensure its collection will reflect the pandemic for generations to come. The request […]
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Scientists will focus on genes to improve cancer treatments and make better wine at a new $7 million research centre in Adelaide, South Australia. Interim scientific director Professor David Lynn said the state-of-the-art South Australian Genomics Centre would open in July to advance the state’s increasingly important work studying the genes that make up animals, […]
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South Australia’s premium orange growers are hoping a spike in demand for Vitamin C-laden fruit will grow its Asian markets. As harvest of top-quality navel oranges approaches in South Australia later this month, Citrus Board of Australia chairman Ben Cant said anecdotal evidence showed consumers are searching for healthy fruit as COVID-19 reshapes demand. About […]
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South Australian satellite connectivity company Myriota has raised A$28 million in Series B funding to bolster its satellite network and increase its workforce by 2022. Myriota will use the latest round of funding to increase its constellation of satellites to 25 and further its global expansion as a leader in low-cost and low-power Internet of […]
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A 12-storey hotel and day spa is being proposed at Seppeltsfield to become “a Sydney Opera House” like icon to drive luxury tourism in the Barossa wine region. The $50 million six-star luxury hotel project in South Australia will have about 70 rooms, including suites and penthouses, with a private balcony for every room. To […]
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Business SA, in partnership with the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, has developed a comprehensive Employer Resource Guide to help your business deal with the impacts of COVID-19. COVID-19 Employer Guide: Managing the workplace in the face of the outbreak has just been updated to reflect the most recent State and Federal Government announcements […]
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The ramp-up of production at Oz Minerals Carrapateena copper mine in South Australia is progressing ahead of schedule despite the global COVID-19 outbreak. The Adelaide-based company has not reported any production impacts at either of its South Australian mines. Oz Minerals began processing the first concentrate from its Carrapateena copper/gold mine in December and will […]
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Signs that rare bird and marsupial colonies are surviving the aftermath of horrific bushfires are emerging with the help of sensor cameras, water pumps and specialist ecologists. Sightings of tiny dunnarts using motion-sensing cameras are particularly heartening after fears habitat destruction would decimate the threatened nocturnal marsupials already only numbering between 300 and 500. Fires […]
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The largest man-made oyster reef system in the Southern Hemisphere will be completed this week when seven million native oysters are released in South Australia. The wild release of the hatchery-raised Australian Flat Oysters marks the final stage of three years of work to reconstruct natural shellfish reefs in Gulf St Vincent, South Australia. The […]
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High-energy alpha particles are being developed in South Australia to selectively bulldoze cancer cells in the pancreas. University of South Australia professor of medication radiation science Eva Bezak and her team of researchers are developing the alpha particle emitting radioisotopes in a bid to increase survival rates of one of the deadliest forms of cancer. Professor […]
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