Women lawyers in Western Australia are calling for employers to put an end to the inflexible work hours, lack of promotion and recognition and pay inequalities that cause many women to exit the legal profession.
MORE than a decade ago, (then) 23-year-old Perth business students Damien Langley, Jeremy Chetty, Craig Chetty and Simon Loader came up with a concept to make the lives of Western Australian students easier.
THE prominence of construction giants Leighton Holdings and Brookfield Multiplex in Western Australia has been highlighted by the state government’s announcement of the three shortlisted bidders to design and build the new $1.17 billion children’s hospita
The owners of WA’s major gas pipeline and gas distribution networks are questioning recent decisions by the Economic Regulation Authority (ERA) that will affect the tariffs they can charge users of their infrastructure.
The State government says its top priority is to provide training opportunities for West Australians, but admits targeted migration will be an essential part of its new strategy to address future skills shortages.
Fifteen years on from the original idea, the owners of The Margaret River Chocolate Company and Providore Margaret River have drawn on their triumphs and pitfalls to shape their businesses into two of the South West’s most successful tourism spots.
The state government says that its new affordable housing strategy will increase the availability of affordable housing in WA, making it easier for the average Western Australian to own their own home.
A FACTORY fire, the global financial crisis and the rise of Chinese imports have not stopped David Devoy and Darren Bee from cementing Advantage Air as the largest manufacturer of air-conditioning components in Western Australia.