The auditor general has found Serco’s provision of non-clinical services at Fiona Stanley Hospital to be acceptable, but has called for better cost control amid a $7 million outlay for contract disputes.
The legacy of one of Western Australia’s environmental pioneers has been recognised with the launch of the Harry Butler Institute – an initiative set up through a partnership between Murdoch University and energy giant Chevron.
The state government plans to replace multiple valves in the new Perth Children’s Hospital after a report confirmed the cause of ongoing lead contamination at the trouble-plagued project, wth the extra work to push the hospital’s opening date beyond this year.
Northern Star Resources boss Bill Beament has called on the state government to commit $100 million towards the development of a mining education hub in Kalgoorlie through Curtin University’s WA School of Mines (WASM).
A tough-love rehabilitation centre for male drug and alcohol addicts in Perth's Swan Valley can stay open for the time being, after a Supreme Court ruling gave it a second chance to secure local council approval.
A scholarship fund established in honour of late Western Australian corporate leader Geoff Rasmussen has named its inaugural prize recipient, a chemistry and psychology student at the University of Western Australia.
Biotech company Sirtex Medical is facing two class actions over allegations it engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct in relation to missed sales forecasts for 2016-17, which sparked a share price plunge.
Local universities risk losing much of the income derived from international students if they don’t rethink their curriculums and entry requirements, according to the chief of a prominent Asia-Australia business advocacy group.