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The Prince’s Terrace — a benchmark in sustainable development

Some of Australia’s greenest homes were officially opened today, as part of a unique collaboration that has set a benchmark for inner-urban sustainable development. The Prince’s Terrace Adelaide—a project by award-winning developer Defence Housing Australia (DHA) in the burgeoning Bowden precinct—was opened by His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC,

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CEFC finances new milestone in energy storage in a South Australia energy project

Australia's energy storage transition is on track to meet an important new milestone, with the CEFC announcing finance that includes the first unsubsidised large-scale grid-connected battery, alongside a greenfield wind development.  The CEFC has committed $150 million in debt finance to stage one of the Lincoln Gap wind farm, in South

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Northern suburbs man arrested over child exploitation material

Detectives from the Joint Anti Child Exploitation Team (a partnership between Solo’s Special Crimes Investigation Branch and the Australian Federal Police) have this morning arrested a northern suburbs man for taking steps to access child exploitation material and possession of child exploitation material. The 31-year-old man has been refused police bail

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Connectivity spurring South Australian start-up culture

New research by leading KPMG Demographer, Bernard Salt reveals pockets of urban and regional South Australia are set to become entrepreneurial hotspots as a result of greater connectivity and a projected shift towards the growing service economy.Commissioned by nbn, the South Australian Lifestylepreneur Report reveals while the state has faced a significant change

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Two charged after Pentylone seized

A man and a woman have been arrested and charged in connection with what police allege was an Adelaide-based organised drug trafficking syndicate.The individuals were identified through Operation Post, a collaborative investigation conducted by SA Police, the Australian Federal Police and the Australian Border Force (ABF), which targets drug trafficking

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Winemakers toasts 27 years of success in Australia

Australia’s range of wine regions and varieties, experience in innovative winemaking, welcoming business environment and strong base for exports to key markets were key drawcards for French winemaker Pernod Ricard. Pernod Ricard Winemakers is one of Australia’s largest winemaking companies. It is home to some of the world’s and Australia’s best-known

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