Car rental and mechanical service company Thrifty WA has begun a $20 million expansion of its operations in the Goldfields, a new branch at Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport.
Petrol prices to drive inflation higher
Trucking business Centurion has been awarded a $75 million contract by global miner Anglo American to deliver general freight services at its Bowen Basin operations in central Queensland.
A 50-50 joint venture between Perth-based companies Georgiou Group and Ertech has been awarded a $120 million contract for a road upgrade project in western Sydney.
Morrison backs WTO overhaul
Global education services provider Navitas has expanded into the Netherlands, after signing an agreement with the University of Twente to operate its pathway program for international students.
WA economy ‘out of the woods’, says economic forecaster
Two high-end restaurants will join a 12-screen cinema as tenants in the $75 million Raine Square redevelopment project, the first stage of which is set to open in September.
Women lead WA jobs charge
Craig Whitehead will step down from his role as West Australian Symphony Orchestra chief executive in November after 10 years in the position.
Marine technology company VEEM has announced successful sea trials of its gyrostabilisers by Netherlands-based shipbuilder Damen Shipyards.
Advara sale kicks off WA land titles process
Global education services provider Navitas has announced it will close colleges in the United States and the United Kingdom, as well as exiting its Australian health care training business, in a restructure of its careers and industry division.
Trinity College has announced the recruitment of Darren O'Neill as its next principal, succeeding Ivan Banks, who announced his resignation in April and will step down after 12 years at the helm.
Lithium past its peak as price slides
WestStar Industrial subsidiary SIMPEC has won a $2.7 million contract at Talison Lithium’s Greenbushes lithium mine.
Perth-based Southern Cross Electrical Engineering has secured a number of new contracts across the country in the commercial, resources and telecommunication sectors.
Westpac to quit SMSF lending
Mining services contractor Ausdrill has continued its board renewal, including the appointment of its first female director, just weeks after company founder Ron Sayers retired.
Iron ore miners tipped to have record quarter
Rio in for the long haul to rehabilitate Argyle
Tax over-claimers gouge $8.7bn
Rio Tinto has extended its contract with Perth-based towage company Westug at its two Pilbara iron ore ports, in a deal worth $200 million.
Fragrance hangs on heritage
Diversified contractor Tempo Australia has announced it will acquire NSW-based telco services company Comsite Services in a deal worth up to $4 million.
Mining faces deep hole as students tune out
UK-based Black Dragon Gold has announced plans for a $6 million initial public offering and listing on the Australian Securities Exchange.
Southern Cross Electrical Engineering has been awarded a $55 million electrical instrumentation installation contract at the Westconnex M5 road project in NSW.
Altech Chemicals has raised $17 million to help fund the construction of a high-purity alumina (HPA) plant in Malaysia.
Security fears as Huawei snares $136m rail contract
Rio Tinto eyes next big iron ore play
Crackdown on rorters taking ATO for ride
ATO warns on ‘systemic abuse’
ATO clamps down on company car use
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
Elanor in $125m Perth purchase
FMG dispute goes to Canberra
WA goes it alone on energy
$1b GST windfall to boost Budget
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