Jordan has written for Business News since June 2019 as a journalist covering tourism, technology and education, 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.
Treasurer Ben Wyatt and Community Services Minister Simone McGurk have said the state government will spend up to $60 million in the next four years to ensure community service providers can pay for higher wages now mandated under the Equal Remuneration Order.
ASX200 boards now feature 30 per cent women for the first time ever, according to the Australian Institute of Company Directors, leaving just seven companies in that index without female representation on their board.
Alkimos, Piara Waters, Treeby, Burns Beach and Wellard will all receive new primary schools ahead of the 2022 school year, with the state government announcing the $116 million investment ahead of today’s mid-year budget update.
WA Liberal Leader Liza Harvey has called on the party’s state director to expel former MLC Phil Edman, following accusations by the Corruption and Crime Commission that Mr Edman misused his parliamentary allowance to fund lurid personal activities.