A Tasmanian farmer turned viticulturist has been appointed as the next managing director of the Australian Wine Research Institute in Adelaide, South Australia.
South Australia’s space industry has grown from infancy to adolescence in the 12 months since it was announced that the Australian Space Agency would be headquartered in Adelaide.
The federal government has released the first of its Sovereign Industrial Capability Priority Implementation Plans.
By Shay Chalmers, Director, Strategic Engineering Australia We have an abundance of high-quality, affordable, consumer-ready products made right here in Queensland, but we hear little about them. I’ve decided to list nine of my favourite manufacturers and retailers who make buying local even easier. Each of these Queensland businesses are manufacturing their products locally, enabling…
Recycling technology developed at University of NSW and turning waste into boutique building products has received a boost to its commercialisation, sharing in $5 million awarded to the first round of winners in the NSW Physical Sciences Fund. The five winners were announced on Tuesday November 10, and included a manufacturer of 25 kilogram long-range…
Australian-listed, New Zealand-based Keytone Dairy (ASX:KTD) has announced a completed integration, ahead of schedule, of two powder manufacturing sites into one major site in Melbourne.
A full set of Penfolds Grange spanning 65 vintages from 1951 to 2015 has set a new world record for the iconic Australian red wine selling for $AU372,000.
A new Australian Research Council (ARC) Training Centre for Future Energy Storage Technologies (StorEnergy) at Deakin University was launched on Friday.
An audit of major defence projects and their use of Australian suppliers is possible, according to a report today. The Australian Financial Review cites unnamed sources, including in the defence industry, and reports that prime minister Scott Morrison has made “pointed remarks” to Defence department officials about keeping foreign-owned primes to their local content…
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has made a statement about “preliminary competition concerns” related to the proposed acquisition of Carlton & United Breweries by Asahi, citing reduced competition in the cider market and the possibility of this in the beer market.