Earthmoving equipment supplier Emeco has forecast full year profit growth of up to 41 per cent due to strong demand in Australia, Canada in Indonesia.
Orbital Corporation says it is evaluating its options with regards to a possible capital raising, after revealing its forecast loss this financial year would be larger than first thought, sinking to a
BC Iron has hit a milestone in the ramp up of its Nullagine iron ore joint venture with Fortescue Metals Group, with the mine achieving its targeted production rate of 5 million tonnes per year.
Mining services company MACA managing director Chris Tuckwell has resigned, just months after six of the company’s founding shareholders cut their combined stake in the company by nearly 25 per cent.
One-time market favourite Matrix Composites & Engineering has launched a $36.7 million capital raising to strengthen its balance sheet and partially pay off its debts, after disclosing it would in
Perth-based oil and gas explorer Zeta Petroleum has had a harsh introduction to life on the ASX, with its shares falling to 13.5 cents from its issue price of 20 cents on debut today.
National fleet services firm Sargent says it is looking to expand its business further in Western Australia, after announcing it had acquired a Bridgestone tyre centre in Newman.
Pan Asia Corporation has released a study confirming the viability of its Transcoal Underground Coal Mine (TCM) in Indonesia, with the project set to cost around $US180 million to develop.
NRW Holdings has won a $129 million contract win for BHP Billiton Iron Ore’s Port Hedland inner harbour expansion.
Mount Gibson Iron has completed its upgrade of port and rail facilities at Geraldton.
Goldfields Credit Union has made its debut Australian Securities Exchange as Goldfields Money, after raising $9 million through an initial public offering.
The state government is calling for hotel developers for a 7,300 square metre site on Hay Street in Perth’s CBD, the first land released under its hotel incentives scheme.
One of the Margaret River region’s most prominent wineries, Cullen Wine, is spearheading local efforts to convince the state government to stop oil and gas exploration off the South West coast.
One of the state’s leading mining industry groups has kicked off a 13-day tour of Europe to promote the Australian rare earths and lithium sector.
Transport Minister Troy Buswell has announced a shortlist of three consortiums to construct the $1 billion Gateway WA roads upgrade.
Chemicals company Orica says it will cost $US800 million to build an ammonium nitrate plant on the Burrup Peninsula, in joint venture with Norway's Yara International and US-based Apache Energy.
Bibra Lake-based Steelwise Fabrication has been forced to shut down permanently, prompting claims by the state opposition that the government is not doing enough for local business.
Retail property landlord BWP Trust has increased rents on three of its Bunnings Warehouse properties, including significant jumps for two in Western Australia, highlighting the strength of Perth’s ind
Perth’s newest skyscraper has reached practical completion, with interior fitouts at Brookfield Place to be completed over the coming months, ahead of an official opening in September.
Aurora Oil and Gas has completed a $120 million capital raising to fund exploration and development at its shale gas acreage in Texas.
Shopping centre owner Perron Group has added to its bulging portfolio, snapping up 50 per cent stakes in Morley Galleria, The Glen in Melbourne and Colonnades in Adelaide from Centro Retail Australia
Property fund manager Charter Hall announced today that it has moved to full ownership of 225 St Georges Tce, after buying out co-owner The Wyllie Group for $96 million.
Business has warned against adding further imposts to small business in Western Australia, urging the Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission to tread lightly over a proposal to increase mi
Panoramic Resources has moved a step closer to completing its $40 million takeover of Magma Metals, with the target recommending its shareholders accept the bid.
Perth’s industrial land sector is starting to show similar traits to the CBD office market, with sales data over the first four months of 2012 showing a clear contraction in supply.
BHP Billiton chairman Jacques Nasser says the global miner will not spend the $80 billion on growth projects that it said it would, stepping back from previous commitments.
US giant General Electric (GE) aims to increase its presence in the resources sector through friendly takeovers of two mining equipment businesses, ASX-listed Industrea and US-based Fairchild Internat
Civil construction and contracting firm VDM Group has won $38 million in new contracts in Western Australia and Queensland.
Mirabela Nickel has launched a $120 million capital raising, to boost the company’s coffers after its stocks plunged to a near all-time lows due to tough conditions in the nickel market.
Perth has emerged as the hottest capital city location for property investment, with four metropolitan suburbs topping a list of the most affordable inner-city suburbs across the country.
Azumah Resources has appointed GR Engineering to undertake design and engineering works for the Wa gold project, in northwest Ghana.
Union settles with BGC over case of the concrete pour
Legal action is being taken against ride-share company Uber for not having the appropriate licence to operate in Western Australia.
Former stockbroker and the founding managing director of Euroz, Shane Gherbaz, has passed away after a battle with illness.
Brierty and three Aboriginal contracting firms have won a $300 million contract with Rio Tinto to complete mining and civil works on a project in the Pilbara.
Treasurer Wayne Swan has slammed mining magnate Gina Rinehart for insulting Australian workers after she called for a cut to the minimum wage and accused people of being jealous of the wealthy.
Acquitted murder suspect Lloyd Rayney has spoken of his sadness that his wife's killer is still at large, rather than the relief he feels at being cleared of killing her himself.
A consortium led by Leighton Contractors and Georgiou Group has been chosen by the state government to deliver its $1 billion-plus Gateway WA project.
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