US-based miner Cliffs Natural Resources has received federal and state government approval to begin development at its Mount Jackson iron ore deposit, near its existing Koolyanobbing mine in the Pilbara.
A Geraldton bakery has been fined more than $65,000 for breaching WA's laws on fatigue management for commercial vehicle drivers, the third time the company has been charged with offences under these laws.
Moguls win in TV sport shake-up - The Fin; Fresh hope for Telstra investors - The Aus; Nuclear future powers Paladin prospects - The West; Hunan cuts FMG stakes, gets $194m - The West; Woodside finds new offshore gas source - The Aus
Airport to get $500 million facelift over 3 years - The West; ASIC 'dainty' on details: Fortescue - The Fin; Oil firm faces loss of licence - The West; Telstra spin clears path for NBN - The Fin; Woodside's Pluto faces $520m blowout - The Aus
Barnett lashes out at Gillard tax move - The Fin; APRA moves to protect super funds - The Fin; PM fights back in equal pay row - The Aus; Packer inspired Rinehart's raid on Ten - The Aus; Forrest hid details: ASIC - The Fin
Perth would stagnate as a business events destination and miss out on millions of dollars of foreign exchange earnings if new hotel infrastructure investments isn't developed, according to Perth Convention Bureau Managing Director Christine McLean.
Mining heiress moves on Ten - The Aus; Forrest accountable, ASIC tells court - The Fin; QR National cheers investors on debut - The Fin; Gillard runs ruler over NBN - The Aus; Door swings open for Buswell - The West
QR National to be last big sale for Qld - The Fin; Housing still weak link for WA economy - The West; Swan's bid to boost small banks - The Aus; Carbon price 'no peril to economy' - The Fin; New front opens in push by low-paid - The Fin
Richard Jonathon Sheridan, the director of One Emperor Pty Ltd (deregistered – ASIC) trading as WOW Makeovers, has been successfully prosecuted by the Building Commissioner for registration and contractual offences he committed in relation to a $250,000 renovation of a Scarborough house between May and November 2011.
Two Western Australian businesses and a WA venue manager have won major titles at the Australian Hotels Association national awards for excellence, announced at the Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast last night.
iiNet managing director Michael Malone has warned a Senate Committee that the federal government's national broadband network is doomed to be a huge monumental failure and a waste of $5 billion of taxpayers money.
The state government has given conditional approval for the Plunkett family's proposed residential development at Moore River, north of Perth, but has substantially scaled down the size of the project.
The globally-respected Western Australian School of Mines campus in Kalgoorlie will inevitably be closed unless far reaching changes are made, some of the school's most prominent graduates have warned.
Port Bouvard has lodged its master plan for the Gidgegannup townsite with the City of Swan and the Western Australian Planning Commission following 18 months of planning and environmental investigations.