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Adrian Rauso

Adrian Rauso joined Business News in February 2018 as the morning email producer and is the online news reporter as of January 2019. Adrian completed a degree in journalism and politics at the University of Notre Dame, where he was the co-editor of the University’s student magazine for nearly two years. He also has experience in corporate affairs at the United States Consulate in Perth.

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Wesfarmers faces exec shake-up

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Budget can afford $8b in tax cuts

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PM’s big WA spend

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GST-linked spending blitz to shore up seats

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Paying down debt more important than tax cuts: voters

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WA economy on the way up

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Banks face fines up to $210m

AFG in $10.9 million property lender buy

West Perth-based Australian Finance Group has announced it will purchase a 30.4 per cent stake of Sydney-based commercial property lender Think Tank Group for $10.9 million.

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Aussie debt surges as world pares back

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Students desert WA Foreign students continue to abandon WA’s education sector, with figures showing a big slump in the number of international students studying at the State’s institutions. The West

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Slide in WA resources jobs Approval for the second stage of the Gorgon project has come just in time, with the number of resources jobs advertised in WA falling 2 per cent in March. The West

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Trump ‘locked and loaded’ on Syria, triggering oil price rise

Genesis raises $5m

Perth-based Genesis Minerals has received commitments to raise $5 million through a share placement, with the funds to be spent on a drilling program and a feasibility study at its Ulysses gold project.

Finbar in $36m raising

Finbar Group has raised $31 million through a share placement, with the funds going towards the construction of the $350 million Canning Bridge project in Applecross and the $108 million Palmyra Apartments Estate project.

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Urban infill ‘will save us $30 billion’

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First rent rise in Perth for five years Perth is still the cheapest capital city to rent a home in Australia, despite the first rental price rise since 2013. The West Atlas facing wipe-out: MinRes

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Mining creates strong demand

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Telstra warns of record ransomware attacks

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Markets face trade war fallout

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Morrison plays down GST changes

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$1b GST windfall to boost Budget

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US funding squeeze may hit here: Lowe

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Trade war worse than 2009 recession

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Health cost pain after rules glitch

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WA tourism in dismal predicament Figures to be released today show a 5.2 per cent fall in interstate visitor numbers last year — about 75,000 fewer people. The West

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WA goes it alone on energy

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ASX braced for trade war fallout Australia’s main stock index is today poised to drop below 5800, its lowest point since October, amid nervousness about a potential global trade war. The Fin

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Trump to slap China with $US50b in trade sanctions

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$30b in WA projects rest on tax

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Company tax cut deal edges closer

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Port jobs fear as mine closes

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Crackdown on rorters taking ATO for ride

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ATO warns on ‘systemic abuse’

Strong growth for Perth’s luxury suburbs

Seven out of the 10 Perth suburbs to have achieved the largest median house price increase in 2018 have at least a 37 per cent higher sale price than the overall Perth median of $505,000, according to the latest Reiwa data.

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ATO clamps down on company car use

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Elanor in $125m Perth purchase

IGAs feel pinch as Aldi rolls in

Perth's grocery wars, amplified by giant Aldi’s market push and price cuts by Coles and Woolworths, have claimed five struggling smaller supermarkets over the past five months.

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FMG dispute goes to Canberra

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WA goes it alone on energy