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Jordan Murray

Jordan joined Business News in June 2019 as a journalist after having written for The CEO Magazine since 2018. Before that, he studied communications and media studies at The University of Western Australia, graduating with first-class honours in 2017

Mosaic put the pieces together

SPECIAL REPORT: A focus on managing operational costs and detailed long-term planning has earned Mosaic Community Care a Rising Stars award in the not-for-profit category.

Masters a study in service

In the past five years, Rochelle Masters has seen her small psychology clinic in Perth’s northern suburbs grow through her unique approach to community engagement.

Morrison vows to pass tax cuts, fight regulation

Scott Morrison vowed to roll back regulation, pass tax reform and fight militant unions in his first major economic speech since the LNP’s surprise election victory this past month.

Hot prospects for Bunsters

One of Perth’s sauciest companies is seeking a $5 million valuation with a hand from the Perth Angels.

Changes to WA’s minimum wage leave few satisfied

WA’s Industrial Relations Commission (WAIRC) this morning announced a 2.75 per cent increase to the state minimum wage, provoking criticisms from unions and business groups.

Stark choices on arts funds, young ones’ skills

Arts funding was on the menu at a business breakfast co-sponsored by Business News and Screenwest this week, with panelist Ben Elton advocating development of a film studio in Perth to boost the sector.

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Perth to be painted red ahead of Manchester United arrival

The state government and Activate Perth announced a series of 'coloured activations' this morning, ahead of an upcoming 10-day visit from Manchester United Football Club.

Perth still lacks ‘that one thing’

A Committee for Perth report has found many residents’ entrenched views about the city’s cultural offering remain hard to shift.

Debate heats up over Roe 8

Premier Mark McGowan and Minister for Transport Rita Saffioti attacked opposition leader Liza Harvey today for her support of the Perth Freight Link, criticising the previous Liberal government and Ms Harvey's stance on tolls.

Hot prospects for Bunsters

One of Perth’s sauciest companies is seeking a $5 million valuation with a hand from the Perth Angels.

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Hot prospects for Bunsters

One of Perth’s sauciest companies is seeking a $5 million valuation with a hand from the Perth Angels.