Issue No. 32 - December/January
Meet our 2006 Fast Movers SA
by Mr Marcus Campbell
Working in partnership can deliver tangible and sustainable results and partnerships comprising government, community and business can achieve better outcomes than any group acting alone - In the 2001 Stronger Regions, A Stronger Australia statement, the Australian Government undertook to contribute to the development of self-reliant communities and regions through partnerships with other governments, communities and the private sector....
Issue No. 30 - August/September 2006
by John Doughty
Our 48-page first edition was launched on 26 June 2001 at an Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce luncheon compered by Steve Whitham....
Issue No. 29 - June/July 2006
ARTC finds itself in heavy traffic
by Professor Richard Blandy
During the past eight years Australian Rail Track Corporation Ltd, headquarted in Adelaide, has grown from a 45-employee company running a rail network over the interstate standard gauge in SA to a major player of more than 1700 employees covering a national rail network from the Queensland border to Kalgoorlie....
Golden opportunity to conquer fear
by Alan Green
Sixteen local boys and girls will challenge for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the year in 2006....
Issue No. 28 - April/May 2006
Clear risk brings climate change among investors
National law practice Phillips Fox is proactively advising on climate change and resource management, with two specialist senior members of the practice prominent speakers at the conferences in Adelaide last month....
Hunt begins again for bright stuff
Now a fixture on the Adelaide business calendar, Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year campaign kicked off in early March with a launch event at the Adelaide Town Hall....