Infrastructure SA Bill enters state parliament

Infrastructure SA Bill enters state parliament

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//June 21, 2018

The establishment of the independent advisory body is another step closer to fruition, following the introduction of the Infrastructure SA Bill 2018 into South Australian Parliament this week.

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SA govt to create 20,0000 apprenticeships

SA govt to create 20,0000 apprenticeships

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//June 12, 2018

More than 20,000 additional work-based apprenticeships and traineeships will be created in SA over the next four years according to the SA Government.

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Past IA chairmen to advise on Infrastructure SA

Past IA chairmen to advise on Infrastructure SA

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//June 12, 2018

Former Infrastructure Australia chairmen Sir Rod Eddington and Mark Birrell will provide advice to the South Australian Government on the establishment of Infrastructure SA.

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The NHVR welcomes new SA Transport & Infrastructure Minister

The NHVR welcomes new SA Transport & Infrastructure Minister

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//March 23, 2018

The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator has welcomed the appointment of Stephan Knoll as South Australian Transport and Infrastructure Minister.

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Collaboration key to achieving low carbon outcomes in cities

Collaboration key to achieving low carbon outcomes in cities

Posted in Environment, Industry News, Latest News//February 28, 2018

With cities around the globe striving to achieve low carbon outcomes in the face of climate change, Professor Deo Prasad says collaboration between government and industry is key to overcoming the obstacles in Australia.

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River Murray irrigation changes to help SA farmers

River Murray irrigation changes to help SA farmers

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Uncategorised//February 16, 2018

The SA Government have made changed the state’s approach to salinity management, making it easier for farmers along the River Murray to irrigate. 

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