Chief scientist to chair Lotterywest, Healthway

The state government has today announced the appointment of chief scientist Peter Klinken as chair of both Lotterywest and Healthway, continuing the gradual integration of the two organisations.

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Labor retreats on trade

HIA appoints regional director

The Housing Industry Association has appointed former Chamber of Commerce and Industry of WA director of advocacy Cath Hart as its Western Australian regional director.

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Investors brace for another volatile week

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Trump blames ‘crazy Fed’ for rout

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Morrison fast-tracks breaks for small business

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GIC in $320m Exchange race

Regional restaurants beat Perth in Food Guide

Regional restaurants have received the top accolades in Western Australia, as the national Good Food Guide released its 2019 edition.

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ATO targets legal privilege

CME appoints BHP executive

The Chamber of Minerals and Energy of WA has appointed Edgar Basto as its acting president following the departure of Woodside executive and CME president Jeroen Buren.

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Boost for Pilbara power plan

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Stoked US pushes rates up, $A down

State announces five-year NFP contracts

The state government has today announced an updated community services policy, providing five-year contracts with the aim to give not-for-profit organisations greater funding security.

BN30 reaches record high

A strong run over the past month from listed companies Mineral Resources, Woodside Petroleum and Seven Group Holdings has helped push Business News’ index of 30 local stocks to a record high this week.

Collins elected Reiwa president

The Real Estate Institute of Western Australia council has elected Damian Collins as its new president.

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Buckeridge empire breaking up

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Morrison stares down states on GST compo

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Export bonanza will not last long

Historic Heart receives City of Perth funding

City of Perth commissioners have approved $300,000 in matched funding support to the Historic Heart of Perth revitalisation in the city's east end, one year after a dispute between property developer Adrian Fini and former lord mayor Lisa Scaffidi over the project flared up.

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PM to sandbag seats with GST overhaul

Winemaker gives up fight with Peru

A Margaret River winemaker has given up a fight with the Peruvian government, claiming the South American country has bullied him out of the use of the name Pisco.