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Tayler Neale

Tayler Neale was an online reporter at Business News. Tayler completed a bachelor of commerce and a bachelor of economics at the University of Western Australia in 2015, majoring in corporate and investment finance, international business economics and money and banking. He previously worked as a journalist at the Albany Advertiser.  He joined Business News in 2017 and left to pursue further economic studies in 2019.

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Woodside seeks bank for Scarborough stake sell-off

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McGowan punts on 150,000 new jobs

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Earnings hit tipped for BHP

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NAIF has cash to splash on tourism, farms

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RCR Tomlinson under ASIC investigation

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HECS relief: PM’s bid to close education gap

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‘Blame Shorten for boats’

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Fat chance for RCR’s creditors

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All eyes on Chinese iron ore buying as price flies

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Inpex has win in floating hotel case

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Seven mulls sale of Crux gas stake

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Airport win on Qantas

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Searing scrutiny leaves big banks bruised but not broken

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Lib MP ‘has questions to answer’ over lobster tour

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Building giant pulls out of $1.1 billion Metronet contest

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Miners back Uluru call for ‘voice’

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Red alert on train deal

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Gresham powers up Perth Energy auction

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Query over Fotios’ gold play

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The Morrison government is considering pre-election cash handouts to pensioners and families in an effort to make sure the entire electorate will have a reason to vote for the Coalition, not just those who will benefit from already legislated tax cuts.

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Shadow treasurer Chris Bowen has said he is concerned about risks to Australia from the slowing world economy, so Labor must implement all its $200 billion-plus in pledged tax rises to arm the federal government with a bigger fiscal ‘‘buffer’’ to counteract any global downturn.

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Rod Jones, who quit as chief executive of Navitas in 2017 only to return as part of a private equity-led takeover offer, says more staff and an improved experience for students is needed to get the most out of the university partnerships business.

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The resources industry is expected to be one of the unlikely drivers of wages growth in 2019, with recruiters forecasting some salaries to climb by almost a third.

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Federal Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has kicked off his election campaign with a searing attack on big business and the wealthy, in a populist tirade that named and shamed one of Australia’s most iconic companies, miner BHP.

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Britain’s political crisis has deepened, with Prime Minister Theresa May’s humiliating Brexit defeat heightening the prospect of no deal with the EU as rival political factions threaten to tear the Conservative government apart.

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Almost 80 Australian seafarers will lose their jobs after BHP and BlueScope quietly brought an end to their use of the last two Australian-manned iron ore vessels.

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Discounter Kmart will reduce its prices in an attempt to revive sales growth, which came to an abrupt halt in December after five years of uninterrupted gains.

WA population growth at 0.8%

New data out today reveals population growth in Western Australia remains subdued, with only a slight rise recorded in the year to June, while nationally the population increased 1.6 per cent.

Tropicana underground to cost $95m

A pre-feasibility study released today by Peter Bradford-led Independence Group has confirmed the viability of an underground mine at the Tropicana gold project.

City of Perth wins $1.3m tech grant

A ‘smart’ irrigation system using weather forecasts and soil moisture readings to adjust watering is one of four City of Perth projects set to get underway after a $1.3 million federal government grant was secured.

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Terrace Hotel set to close down

The Terrace Hotel, which restored the heritage St Georges House in 2012, is set to shut its door from tomorrow afternoon, Business News understands.

Perth accountant pleads guilty to fraud

Perth accountant Neil Alessandrino has pleaded guilty to a rolled-up fraud charge in the District Court this week.

Western suburbs house prices set to rise

Moody’s Analytics is forecasting continued weakness in Perth's residential property market this year but a return to positive growth in 2019, with Perth’s western suburbs and Mandurah tipped to be the best-performing regions.

Perth house prices on the way up

Perth house prices were up 0.3 per cent in March, and have risen in four of the past six months, according to the latest data from CoreLogic, adding to hopes of a sustained improvement in the residential property market.

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Design change for Swan River bridge

The state government has approved design alterations to the Swan River pedestrian bridge in an attempt to cut $4 million in construction costs, while also announcing further delays to the bridge’s opening date.

Margaret River Gourmet Escape set to end

Western Australia's premier food and wine event, Margaret River Gourmet Escape, will be held in its current form for just one more year, with the state government planning a reconfigured event that includes the Swan Valley in 2019.

Byrnecut slams payroll changes

Byrnecut executive chairman Steve Coughlan has slammed the state government’s decision to crack down on payroll tax exemptions, saying his company will no longer receive the exemption for courses being undertaken by 1,200 employees.

Crowdfunding available for startups

UPDATED: Australian startups will now be able to raise capital via crowdfunding sources after the corporate watchdog today approved the first batch of licences allowing companies to act as intermediaries in the process.