Issue No. 32 - December/January
Skilled approach to jobs revolution
Elizabeth Lendrum gets straight to the point when discussing South Australia’s future workforce requirements – which is well when attempting to solve an entirely new problem....
Issue No. 27 - February/March
Water: SA’s next top drop
South Australia’s water industry has established itself as one of the State’s major export powers, having evolved from a small, fragmented industry with no export focus to become a world leader in the innovation of cutting edge water technologies....
Issue No. 21 - February/March 2005
ATUG keeping telcos honest
The Australian Telecommunications Users Group (ATUG) is a consumer watchdog whose goal is to keep the big Telcos honest ....
Issue No. 16 - April/May 2004
CEDA Reveals New Purpose
Since its foundation decades ago, patterned on an American institution, CEDA has been collecting the ideas of leading public and business figures and publishing them to national political leaders....
Issue No. 13 - October/November 2003
League of Exporting Gentlemen
South Australia is well known for innovative exporting and our products and services can be found in many corners of the globe....
Issue No. 12 - August/September 2003
Engineering our Future
Engineers literally shape the future, giving form to ideas that make life better....
Issue No. 11 - June/July 2003
SACOME: a mine of information
For hundreds of years resource development has been an unsung pillar of South Australia’s economy....
Issue No. 10 - April/May 2003
Making a way for SA
"The Engineering Employers Association, South Australia (EEASA) has only been known under that name since 1986, but it can trace its heritage back to the 1920s and the establishment of the Coppersmiths and Tinsmiths Association," says EEASA director, Stephen Myatt....
Issue No. 8 - December 2002/January 2003
IT Council Fosters 14 Member Associations
The IT Council took its origins from a business plan drawn up in 1999 by South Australian IT industry leaders as a means of focusing a rather diffuse sector....
Issue No. 7 - October/November 2002
The Property Council of Australia is among the most aggressive of commercial interest groups, taking the views of building owners and managers up to governing authorities....