The operator of a waste treatment plant developed in Perth’s western suburbs with support from Monadelphous Group has been told it will no longer run the plant following the disclosure of further delays and warnings of increased costs.
Leaders from more than a dozen businesses in Western Australia have come together with a “great sense of urgency” to address issues of female inequality in the workplace, according to Diane Smith-Gander.
In some of the state’s more remote towns, where electricity can be 700 per cent more expensive to deliver than in Perth, embracing cheaper new technology is only part of the solution to driving down costs.
The opening of Fiona Stanley Hospital has enabled two suburban hospitals within five kilometres of one another to completely change their services, dropping gynaecological and maternity offerings to focus separately on aged care and rehabilitation.
Investment uncertainty in the renewable energy sector hasn’t dampened demand, according to a local clean energy business, which is self-funding major growth plans it says are viable in the current market.
A nearly $50 million national research facility opened in Perth yesterday is set to further define Western Australia’s place in the world as a resources hub, but has its work cut out for it convincing the public of its benefits according to industry leaders.
Imagine typing into your phone ‘why has my three-year old stopped talking?’ into your phone and having an artificially intelligent program consider your family’s and child’s personal circumstances, guide you through a series of questions and provide suggestions.