The Australian Labor Party is about to lose its national secretary Noah Carroll, as the party rebuilds following its shock federal election loss.
A Committee for Perth report compiled by Ipsos made waves last month when it found nearly a quarter of residents would describe the Western Australian capital to visitors as ‘average’, ‘boring’, ‘dull’ and ‘parochial’.
Australian workers could receive an extra $1,000 when they lodge their tax returns from next week, after the federal government secured crossbench support for its flagship tax cut package.
Australia's trade surplus hit a record $5.7 billion in May after a $925 million monthly rise largely on the back of iron ore exports to China.
Australia's monetary expansion during the past decade has been among the most substantial in the developed world, according to recent data, with the Reserve Bank today continuing an easing policy.
The Reserve Bank of Australia has cut the cash rate to a fresh record low of 1.0 per cent, reducing the cost of borrowing for two months in a row for the first time since 2012.
SPECIAL REPORT: Ken Wyatt has overcome numerous challenges on the path to becoming the most powerful advocate for Aboriginal Australians.
Western Australia’s listed companies have trailed the broader market in the past year, with the Business News BN30 index rising 5.2 per cent as the ASX 200 lifted 7.2 per cent.
OPINION: The WA capital’s great natural environment has seemingly blinded its residents to the other aspects that make the city a great place to live.
Administrations in Western Australia hit their lowest level in five years in the March quarter, but pressure continues for construction and hospitality.
OPINION: Liza Harvey hasn’t taken long to put her mark on the Liberal leadership in WA.
Newly minted opposition leader Liza Harvey has revealed her shadow cabinet, with former leader Mike Nahan appointed as shadow minister for planning and Asian engagement.
The Western Australian government has brokered a $250 million settlement with BHP over a royalties dispute.
The state government says it will reverse indexation changes made by the previous Liberal National Government, and commit an additional $30.2 million to the community services sector.
The state government inquiry into the City of Melville has highlighted transparency issues, following nearly 300 complaints made against the City since 2014.
OPINION: WA has no control over the biggest issue facing its short-term economic outlook – the US-China trade war, which could cut demand for the state’s commodities.
Australians cannot be "passive bystanders" as the United States and China work through their trade differences, Scott Morrison has warned.
Former Western Australian government minister and Labor MP John Kobelke, who served in state parliament for nearly 25 years, has passed away aged 69.
Tax cuts could be made law as early as next week if the Morrison government meets Labor at the negotiating table.
Scott Morrison vowed to roll back regulation, pass tax reform and fight militant unions in his first major economic speech since the LNP’s surprise election victory this past month.
Industrial Relations Minister Christian Porter says the peak construction and mining union should be deregistered and he's prioritising laws that could help make that happen.
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