Carrie comes from a finance industry background and joined Business News as a journalist in 2014. She currently covers the community & arts, not-for-profit, tourism and education portfolios for Business News. She graduated with a journalism and public relations degree from Curtin University in 2012.
Welshpool-based Mount Ridley Mines has announced a $3.24 million placement for exploration at its Fraser Range nickel-copper project, with the company already receiving commitments in excess of this amount.
The Salvation Army’s Western Australian division has recreated a strategic advisory board, about 20 years after the previous one was dismantled, with the new board including several well-known Perth business figures.
Healthway chair Rosanna Capolingua has resigned from her role on the agency’s board, following a Public Sector Commission report that unveiled an extensive misuse of tickets and hospitality by its board and senior staff.
Western Australia is ideally located to capitalise on the booming export of education to China, but it needs to be at the forefront of government policy in the coming years, according to the principal of the state’s largest independent school.
East Perth-based financial services group Pioneer Credit has delivered an interim profit after tax of $1.6 million, but said it was still on track to achieve a FY15 profit of $6.6 million in its first full financial year as a public-listed company.
Automotive and aerospace equipment developer Orbital Corporation’s majority owned mine site safety product Remsafe has secured a $2 million order from a major Western Australian iron ore mining company.