GFG has announced its updated Whyalla GREENSTEEL Transformation Plan in a major milestone for the business, as it seeks to secure the long-term future of its South Australian based steelworks.
The companies who will be involved in the $25 million rebuild of the South Australian Dog Fence have been announced, with successful applicants appointed to panels now able to bid for projects in the next round of works.
South Australian saleyards and red meat processing facilities are being encouraged to apply for grants of up to $200,000 to purchase and install electronic identification (eID) systems to help improve productivity for the red meat and wool sector.
The South Australian Chamber of Mines and Energy (SACOME) has welcomed BP and Chevron’s commitment to invest almost $60 million in oil and gas exploration projects in South Australia.
South Australia’s kangaroo commercial harvest zone will be expanded, and the 2020 quota has been set to help manage kangaroos, as well as support primary producers.
Two components of the dog fence rebuild – the supply of materials and the creation of a panel of fencing contractors.
The $25 million project to repair South Australia’s ailing dog fence and restore pastoralists faith in their future is underway.
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“Ai Group supports the infrastructure-focused South Australian State Budget delivered by Treasurer Rob Lucas,” Ai Group SA Head, Steve Myatt, said.
The South Australian State Government released a report into the South Australian Dog Fence which outlines a return on investment of up to 48 per cent to replace sections that are more than 100 years old at a cost of $25 million.