Chamber sinks SA sub claim
Opposition leader Zak Kirkup has promised $200 million in apprenticeship incentives.
WA grain growers net $6b
WA’s 3900 grain farmers have cashed in on high commodity prices and delivered a biggerthan-expected crop valued at around $6 billion. The West
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has called a special meeting of national cabinet later this week to consider a proposal to strengthen the COVID safety of international travel processes.
Premier Mark McGowan has urged the federal government to resume national cabinet to discuss COVID-19 and the roll-out of a vaccine in the coming months.
Surge in iron ore exports
Pilbara iron ore producers shipped a record 874.2 million tonnes in 2020 as they sprinted to cash in on surging prices for the steel-making commodity. The West
The City of Perth has recommended GDI Property Group's timber-steel hybrid office complex proposal for approval, when the assessment panel meets later this month.
A $190 million plan to transform Midland’s CBD is beginning to take shape, with a key component of the Midland Oval Redevelopment Precinct given the green light.
Bid to reduce reliance on Australian iron ore and open up Africa
COVID spike threat to recovery
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Communications consultancy Cannings Purple has shifted one of its founding directors, Warrick Hazeldine, from managing director to non-executive chair of the board following the retirement of outgoing
Businesses could have power to enforce ‘no jab, no party’ rule
Companies stripped of iron ore projects in Africa
Bids roll in for Tropicana gold mine interest
Handout to cut fees for students at Catholic uni
The requirement for people travelling to WA from NSW to self-quarantine has been reinstated after a recent outbreak of COVID-19 in Sydney, but only until a negative test result is returned.
New wave of projects tipped to drive record job opportunities
Premier Mark McGowan is awaiting advice from health experts before making any travel restriction decisions, after a Sydney airport worker tested positive to COVID-19.
Stadium of ire costs taxpayers