Issue No. 13 - October/November 2003
The Hat Man Cometh
How the Northern Region is Becoming the Economic Heartland of the South Australian Economy
In September, the Family Business Association addressed the looming (and serious) problem of Baby Boomer succession....
Issue No. 12 - August/September 2003
Jellyfish on the Desktop
by Sally McLean
by Professor Richard Blandy
Many South Australians’ idea of the City of Salisbury would be gained from the window of a car speeding past on the Main North Road or the Port Wakefield Road—a stretch of flat marshland north of Gepps Cross suitable for stock marshalling yards, an aerodrome, strip shopping barns, market gardening, weapons experiments and ammunition storage, a sewerage treatment facility, mangrove swamps, a drive—in movie theatre, a trotting track and the Central Districts (Bulldogs) Football Club....
Business confidence in South Australia remained positive in the first half of the year, according to a benchmarking salary survey by recruitment firm, Ashby Molitor Executive....
Issue No. 11 - June/July 2003
It's More than a Game
Dispensing medicines is one of the world’s oldest professional occupations and it will surprise no-one that the pharmacy sector here has roots deep in the colonial past....
Working McLeod Land
The Rugby World Cup is to be held in Australia later this year....