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AWE shares jump on takeover bid

Shares in oil and gas group AWE have jumped more than 20 per cent following a $430 million takeover bid from a Chinese state-owned energy corporation.



Worker dies at Perth wastewater plant

A construction contractor from Henderson-based Civmec has died while working on a wastewater treatment plant upgrade in Perth's south.

Rinehart kids join billionaires' club

Gina Rinehart's four children have joined their mining mogul mother among the world's richest people, with nine Western Australians included in Forbes' latest world billionaire rankings.

TPG lifts guidance, iiNet and Internode in hot water

TPG Telecom has lifted its full-year guidance after first-half underlying profit rose, but the internet provider’s two subsidiaries, iiNet and Internode, are being forced to compensate 11,000 customers following an investigation by the consumer watchdog.

Scaffidi back to work

City of Perth Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi says she is focused on diversifying the city’s economy away from the mining industry as she returns to work after a four-month absence.

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WA govt rejects EPA carbon neutral advice

A recommendation by Western Australia's environmental watchdog that new emissions-intensive projects should be carbon neutral has swiftly been rejected by the state government.

Busselton shortlisted for Qantas academy

Busselton has been shortlisted with nine other regional cities nationwide as the potential home for the new Qantas pilot academy, weeks after the environmental watchdog recommended conditional approval for the operations of a $70 million upgrade at the Busselton-Margaret River Airport.

Regis records 12.6% profit fall, CEO resigns

Regis Aged Care chief executive Ross Johnston will leave his role with the aged care provider in September.