Mongolia-focused minerals explorer Eumeralla Resources has listed on the Australian Securities Exchange, after successfully completing a $3.5 million initial public offering.
Legacy Iron Ore has acquired six highly prospective coal exploration projects in Queensland for $6 million.
Industrial and mining infrastructure firm Tenix has been announced as the preferred contractor to complete a $200 million upgrade of wastewater services in the Pilbara.
Ansaldo STS Australia has won a $151 million rail signalling contract for Hancock Prospecting’s Roy Hill iron ore project in the Pilbara.
Woodside Petroleum has told shareholders that it plans to substantially increase its exploration spending and seek new partnerships, despite plunging prices caused by a gas glut in the United States .
Matilda Zircon has appointed former Murchison Metals boss Trevor Matthews as its new chief executive.
Mr Matthews will take the reins at Matilda from May 14.
National Australia Bank and the Bank of Queensland have become the first banks to lower interest rates, but both say they won’t pass on the full 50 basis point cut recommended by the Reserve Bank of A
Grange Resources has put a $2.9 billion price tag on its Southdown magnetite project near Albany and says it expects to make a final investment decision by the end of this year.
The impact of the Reserve Bank's decision to cut its official cash rate by an unexpectedly large 0.5 per cent will become clearer later this week when Australia's big four banks announce their respons
Police & Nurses Credit Society members have overwhelmingly thrown their support behind a plan to re-brand the institution as P&N Bank.
Carnegie Wave Energy has received close to $10 million in federal government funds to continue developing its wave energy technology.
Mining giant Rio Tinto has signed a $3 million partnership with the University of Western Australia aimed at increasing supply of graduates for the mining industry.
Perth’s residential property market is displaying renewed softness, according to figures released today.
Woodside Petroleum has struck a $2 billion deal to sell part of its stake in the proposed Browse LNG development, in a move that will add to speculation the gas will be piped to the North West Shelf v
Woodside Petroleum says it will soon be loading first gas for export from its Pluto LNG project, after commencing production at the $14.9 billion operation near Karratha.
Pura Vida Energy shares have jumped on the ASX today, after the Perth-based company unveiled an upgraded resource at its Mazagan exploration permit, off the coast of Morocco.
The Housing Industry Forecasting Group is predicting a slow recovery for the Perth new homes sector, with dwelling starts down 11 per cent this year on last.
Embattled miner Kagara has called in administrators from Taylor Woodings after making no progress on restructuring its financing arrangements over the past week.
Resource Development Group has added a fourth arm to its engineering and contracting business after exercising an option to acquire Ecologia Environmental Consultants.
The state government has awarded a $22 million contract for road and infrastructure works at the Riverside project in East Perth to Broad Construction.
Perth-based oil and gas explorer Zeta Petroleum is expecting to list on the ASX early next month, after its $8.35 million initial public offering closed oversubscribed.
Broad Construction Services has won the first stage works contract for the $300 million expansion of Perth Airport’s international terminal.
Berkeley Resources' volatile share price jumped 28 per cent today, making up for similar losses last month, after the uranium explorer announced the appointment of successful Perth dealmaker Ian Middl
Cazaly Resources has received environmental approval from the state government for the construction of its Parker Range iron ore project near Southern Cross.
Construction has commenced on the $440 million redevelopment of Perth’s waterfront, with Georgiou Group picking up a $50 million contract for early works.
Advanced Braking Technology says it has the funds in place to support the commercial launch of its garbage truck braking technology, after completing a $2.4 million capital raising.
Western Australia's Chamber of Minerals and Energy has strongly denied claims from the construction union that the resources sector was not doing enough to train young Australian workers.
Opposition leader Mark McGowan has committed a future Labor goverment to work with the private sector to develop a 20-year infrastructure strategy for the state but the proposal has been rubbished by
Draig Resources says it is close to establishing a JORC-compliant resource at its coal exploration projects in Mongolia.
Shares in base metals miner Kagara have entered a trading halt, with the market speculating the struggling company is set to make a funding announcement.
Paladin Energy has announced it is seeking to raise $US225 million to cover its debts, through the issue of convertible bonds.
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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