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The third and final Air Warfare Destroyer (AWD), Sydney, was launched in Adelaide on Saturday.

Naval Group Australia’s Board of Directors has appointed John Davis as the new CEO and Future Submarine program director, effective 1 July 2018.

French Naval Group Australia says that its propulsor will prove much quieter than a propeller on the 4,700‑tonne Shortin Barracudas.

Navantia has formalised a contract to provide platform system design and engineering assurance services for the Hobart Class Air Warfare Destroyers.

Defence has warned the government that the country’s naval shipbuilding plan for submarines, frigates and offshore patrol vessels carries high to extreme risk, the Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) disclosed in a review released on 10 May.

A number of veterans that have successfully started their own businesses were recently hosted by NSW Governor Gen David Hurley at Government House.

Engineering Australia and the Institute of Managers and Leaders hosted head of Leidos Australia Christine Zietz this week for a Q&A session on ‘Policy vs Practice - How Diversity sparks Innovation’.

Australian metal additive manufacturing company Titomic has announced it has entered into an MoU with Fincantieri.

The University of South Australia and partners are testing drones that can see through the canopy.

Dassault Systèmes and the University of Adelaide have further strengthened their strategic partnership, with the announcement that Dassault Systèmes will establish its South Australian regional centre on campus at the university.

The commencement of Aviation Australia’s first Western Australian aircraft maintenance training course has begun at the new Jandakot facility.

Three ex-Navy ships are on sale to the general public.

Rolls-Royce has chosen Australian engineering company Marand as their partner for the MT30 gas turbine enclosure manufacture and integration, should BAE Systems' Global Combat Ship be selected for the Sea 5000 Future Frigate program.

Four teams of Australian students will be representing Australia at the upcoming 2018 F1 in Schools World Finals in Singapore in September.

BMT Australia, a maritime engineering, science and technology consultancy, has opened a new office in Adelaide.