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Events

Marketing Health and Nutrition to our Children

Wednesday, 30 April 2014, 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm
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CEDA research launch SA - Advanced Manufacturing

Thursday, 1 May 2014, 11:45 am to 2:00 pm
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1848 & All That: The Cornish Radical Tradition and the Origins of Labor in South Australia

Tuesday, 6 May 2014, 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
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Publications

Assistive Technologies & industrial transformation

This two-page information sheet explains Assistive Technologies and details the economic and policy context in which they are key to South Australia's strategy for industrial transformation. [view] 

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Taxes and the SA Election

This paper aims to set out the nature of the revenue problem that will confront whoever forms government after 15 March, and then to assess the partiesâeY current position on state taxation issues.
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Strength in Diversity - Diversification, Innovation and Jobs

The Australian Workplace Innovation and Social Research Centre (WISeR), in collaboration with the City of Playford and the City of Salisbury, has developed a submission to the Commonwealth Review of South Australia's Economy.
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Economic Regulation of SA Water from 1 July 2016 - Draft Framework and Approach

ESCOSA is developing its proposed framework and approach to regulating SA Water's prices and service standards during the Second Regulatory Period, commencing 1 July 2016. The Commission received 2 submissions in response to its Draft Framework and Approach Paper.
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Cost of Living Update - December Quarter 2013

This report tracks changes in the cost of living, particularly for vulnerable and disadvantaged South
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News & Opinion

Holden closure: Early-exit workers finding job search tough

Former Holden workers who took early redundancy packages and started looking for new jobs are warning those yet to leave the carmaker to prepare for the possible shock of hard times ahead.
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SACA promises to honour women at Adelaide Oval

Former Australian cricket captain Ian Chappell has joined the growing call for women to be recognised at the revamped Adelaide Oval, as the SA Cricket Association promised women would be honoured "in the future".
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South Road upgrades: Budget time the key for more detail

A political stand-off seems closer to ending about upgrading more of busy South Road through Adelaide.
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Labor's Historic Victory

After correctly predicting a close State Election last issue, John Spoehr writes that State Labor is the master of the marginal seat after its fourth consecutive election win.
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