iiNet has reached an agreement to sell its TransACT fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) network to NBN Co for $9 million.
Media agency Adcorp Australia has been reappointed to the Western Australian government’s non-campaign media contract.
Copper-gold producer Sandfire Resources has appointed former Fortescue Metals Group operations director Paul Hallam as a non-executive director.
Shares in Perth-based Mutiny Gold have lifted after a new study doubled the strike length of its Deflector site in the Murchison region.
Australian’s are increasing their social media presence and reach, according to a study on the nation’s social media habits.
The completion date for Herdsman office development 20 Walters Drive has been brought forward to January 2014.
Chinese-backed miner Norton Gold Fields has opened its $40 million Enterprise base-load mine on the outskirts of Kalgoorlie.
Mobile accommodation provider Fleetwood Corporation has announced its second half year profits will be below expectations.
Embattled lithium producer Galaxy Resources has announced a deeply discounted $47 million rights issue to give the company a much needed cash injection.
Geraldton-based earthmoving and mining contractor Central Earthmoving has expanded its operational capacity through the take-over of a local mulching company and the acquisition of new machinery.
Biofuels producer Aurora Algae’s proposal for a new commercial algae farm near Karratha has been conditionally approved by the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA).
MORE than 100 pieces of indigenous art will return to Western Australia after Curtin University and New York's Colgate University signed a memorandum of agreement to return the works from the US.
UGL and Sedgeman have joined the growing list of engineering and mining services companies forced to slash costs in response to a slowdown in project work.
Western Australian iron ore junior Crusader has announced a cost-cutting program aimed at reducing overheads in the wake of tougher market conditions.
Mining giant BHP Billiton has said that its exploration and capital expenditure for the 2014 financial year will decline significantly to approximately $18 billion as the company looks to reduce costs
Perth-based mining contractor Barminco has refinanced its existing debts through an issue of high-yield notes in the United States.
Perth-based explorer Bauxite Resources has announced it is buying back up to 10 per cent of its issued stock over a 12 month period.
Junior miner Red 5 has suspended milling operations at its Siana gold mine in the Philippines after its damaged tailings dam was deemed unrecoverable.
West African gold miner Noble Mineral Resources has halted surface mining operations at its Bibiani project in Ghana, as it evaluates funding options for an underground development.
South Australian junior Monax Mining has signed an agreement with Fortescue Metals Group to evaluate the potential joint venture development of a copper-gold project.
Shares in engineering and environmental consulting group Coffey plunged today after the company revised down its full year earnings in response to delays and cancellations of mining and infrastructure
Junior mining stocks Orinoco Gold and Peak Resources have bolstered their coffers with capital raising that will raise a total of $6.1 million.
THE booming Western Australian economy of the past decade has fuelled a rise in philanthropic activity of all kinds in Perth.
The Heart Foundation has launched a government-funded scheme designed to help Western Australian businesses promote healthy lifestyles among their employees.
Progress on Western Power’s $443 million Mid West energy project is continuing after infrastructure group Downer was awarded a $175 million contract to construct a new transmission line to upgrade the
Set back from the hustle and bustle of Hay Street, behind a gated entrance and laneway that would look at home in Melbourne, The Stables Bar is the latest addition to the CBD bar scene.
EVENTS industry veteran Peter Kay is little more than a month away from launching his latest venture – the 2013 Red Dog Festival, in the Pilbara – amid a host of challenges posed by a changing sponsor
Junior explorers Alcyone Resources and Golden West Resources are looking to raise capital through discounted rights issues worth a combined $21 million.
Engine and fuel systems supplier, Orbital has signed a cooperation agreement with Indian-based UCAL Fuel Systems to develop a joint venture in Chennai, India.
Engineering services company Thiess has been awarded a $125 million contract with Western Power to upgrade and maintain its electrical distribution network in parts of Western Australia.
Business groups have criticised the federal government’s latest crackdown on the 457 visa program, following today’s announcement that the Fair Work Ombudsman would be given new powers to monitor and
Coretrack is planning to wind down its Globe Drill business after disclosing a legal dispute over its license agreement and poor performance of its GT3000 drill rig.
Perth shoppers may finally have the freedom of those in other capital cities, with a Sunday trading bill introduced to state parliament today.
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