Playing an Xbox computer game at work in the middle of the day may sound like some university students’ fantasy job, but for employees at Como-based online flower company, Ready Flowers, it’s all part of the culture.
State opposition leader Paul Omodei has proposed the development of “major sustainable cities” at Karratha and Derby as part of a long-term plan to foster development in the north of Western Australia.
The Economic Regulation Authority will undertake an inquiry into operation and effectiveness of the grain marketing system in Western Australia, as part of a five-yearly review of the Grain Marketing Act.
Nedlands-based Helix Resources Ltd has raised more than $8.2 million before costs through a share placement of 17 million shares at 48.5 cents per share to institutional investor clients of Wilson HTM.
Shares in Perth-based minerals explorer Wolf Minerals Ltd made a big return to trading today, soaring more than 90 per cent to $2.55 each after it revealed it had acquired an advanced Hemerdon tungsten and tin project in the United Kingdom.
Western Australian chief executives are the second hardest working, behind South Australia, with 60 per cent working more than 50 hours a week, according to the latest survey of Australian chief executives released today by TEC.
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The World Health Organisation (WHO) and the Ministry of Health in Mongolia have sought the help of Curtin University of Technology's Professor Jeffrey Spickett to manage an environmental disaster in a rural Mongolian village.
The Environmental Protection Authority has reiterated its recommendation to approve a major expansion of Kalgoorlie's Super Pit, following a request by environment minister David Templeman to re-assess its advice.
Mortgage Choice's annual consumer sentiment survey has found Western Australians are overwhelming positive about the state's housing market and economic future, despite the threat of further interest rate hikes.