Carnegie Clean Energy company secretary and non-executive director Grant Mooney has agreed to help fund the company’s operations, while administrators KordaMentha attempt to recapitalise its core wave energy business.
The state government has softened its policy on ride-sharing services at Optus Stadium, with sports fans now able to catch a ride to the East Perth side of Matagarup Bridge after bus services were transferred from that location.
Western Australian farmers remain the most confident in the nation, but they are entering 2019 with lowered expectations following last year’s bumper season, according to the latest Rabobank Rural Confidence survey.
Hastings Technology Metals has reported that capital costs of its Yangibana rare earths project are expected to be approximately $427 million, compared to the $335.3 million figure it outlined in its definitive feasibility study.
Fortescue Metals Group has announced major changes to its leadership, with a new chief executive taking the reins and its directors taking a hands-on role to support an updated strategy that focuses on producing more higher-grade iron ore.
The Tax Practitioners Board (TFB) announced this morning that it had terminated the tax agent registration of Peter Moltoni, following an investigation into the Perth accountant’s ties to a shell company in the British Virgin Islands.
Downsizing in the resources sector is outstripping emerging demand from technology, medical and education businesses for CBD office space according to a new report by independent property research firm Y Research.
The state government is planning to restrict new residential developments in the west end of Port Hedland while also implementing a new regulatory framework for air quality in the town, which is located adjacent to large iron ore stockpiles.