A number of SA defence companies are set to celebrate the forging of new partnerships with international companies to collaborate on major shipbuilding projects at Euronaval 2018.

The Canadian government has announced that the Lockheed Martin-BAE bid has been chosen as the design for the country's 15 future warships.

Rheinmetall Defence Australia has signed a five year strategic research and development alliance agreement with DST to develop autonomous vehicle systems for land based platforms.

Rheinmetall and NIOA will establish a new artillery manufacturing facility in regional Queensland under an agreement with the Commonwealth.

JFD has broken several records during a series of trials of submarine rescue systems in the Indian Ocean.

Boeing has teamed up with subcontractor Kratos and CASG to equip the Army with the most sophisticated Chinook maintenance training system outside of the US.

The RAAF's Roulettes have unveiled the new colour scheme for their PC-21 aircraft.

Significant potential changes to the ADF’s training ranges in Queensland and the NT were foreshadowed at the recent Northern Australia Defence Summit.

The NSW government launched the Defence Innovation Network (DIN) at Parliament House in Sydney on Tuesday, bringing together industry and academia to boost the state's defence sector.

RADM (Ret’d) Peter Briggs has released a report through ASPI calling for the government to give serious consideration to acquiring nuclear-powered submarines (SSNs).

Military vehicles endure extreme conditions during their lifetime. How can the steering systems of these vehicles take on temperatures as low as minus 40 degrees Celsius?

Reconciliation Australia has joined Broadspectrum to launch the company’s fourth Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) at Chinchilla in Queensland.

BenchOn has been nominated to be part of the Sage Power 50, an inaugural collection of businesses that is a unique showcase of 50 leading veteran run or owned businesses from across Australia, the UK, US, and Canada.

The ADF is supporting the hosting of APEC 2018 in the Papua New Guinean capital of Port Moresby.

Following the launch of the second Air Warfare Destroyer Brisbane, ASC Shipbuilding has announced that it will be reducing the size of its workforce in SA to meet reduced operational demand.