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WA population hit by interstate losses

Western Australia’s population increased by just 0.8 per cent in the year to March, continuing its recent trend of soft growth, while nationally population growth slumped to a two-year low, new data out today shows.

Lotterywest lifts sales to $855m

Lotterywest has increased its total community grants after achieving a 3.4 per cent lift in sales to $855 million in 2017-18, a notable turnaround from the prior year when it failed to meet its budget.

FMG confirms Atlas port interest

Three weeks after acquiring a strategic blocking stake in Atlas Iron, Fortescue Metals Group has for the first time confirmed that its main interest in the takeover target is the rights to develop new berths at Port Hedland.

WA loses ground in international student market

Western Australia’s market share for international students has plunged to 6.6 per cent after the state registered no growth in 2017 despite an extra 71,000 students heading to Australia from overseas.

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WA loses ground in international student market

Western Australia’s market share for international students has plunged to 6.6 per cent after the state registered no growth in 2017 despite an extra 71,000 students heading to Australia from overseas.

FMG confirms Atlas port interest

Three weeks after acquiring a strategic blocking stake in Atlas Iron, Fortescue Metals Group has for the first time confirmed that its main interest in the takeover target is the rights to develop new berths at Port Hedland.

WA population hit by interstate losses

Western Australia’s population increased by just 0.8 per cent in the year to March, continuing its recent trend of soft growth, while nationally population growth slumped to a two-year low, new data out today shows.

Lotterywest lifts sales to $855m

Lotterywest has increased its total community grants after achieving a 3.4 per cent lift in sales to $855 million in 2017-18, a notable turnaround from the prior year when it failed to meet its budget.

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WA loses ground in international student market

Western Australia’s market share for international students has plunged to 6.6 per cent after the state registered no growth in 2017 despite an extra 71,000 students heading to Australia from overseas.