Midwest Corporation Ltd's long-running battle to transfer its iron ore transport from road to rail has taken a step closer to resolution after the Environmental Protection Authority recommended that the project be approved.
Benjamin Franklin said there were only two certainties in life, death and taxes. Both were on the political agenda in the first week of the six-week federal election campaign, with the leaders of both major political parties in campaign mode.
Perth-based niche financial services player Marketech Pty Ltd has launched a zero brokerage online trading platform for the Contracts for Difference Market, which is due to be launched next month by the Australian Securities Exchange.
Perth-based IT infrastructure services provider ComputerCorp Ltd has partnered with USA-based EDS Australia Ltd on the Federal Government's $7.2 million infrastructure consolidation program, the company has announced.
West Perth-based Polaris Metals NL will work with Toll Holdings Ltd's Singapore-based marine logistics arm, Sembawang Kimtrans Ltd, aiming to finalise haulage, port and ship loading service agreements for its Western Australian iron ore projects.
Planning and Infrastructure Minister Alannah MacTiernan has launched the next phase of public consultation on development proposals for boat harbours in the City of Fremantle, with three plans being drawn up by a Government-sponsored steering committee.
Planning and Infrastructure Minister Alannah MacTiernan has further extended the deadline on Midwest Corporation Ltd's trucking permit to October 31, as the company seeks to resolve impediments to the construction of the Tilley rail siding.
Australian wealth world's strongest; Briggs offload Westralian shares; Woolies blocked from buying Kmart; Bogolyubov reveals he will fund ConsMin takeover with spare cash; Investors demand overhaul of shareholder meeting voting system.
A proposal by the Federal Opposition to invest $9.8 million on infrastructure projects in the Peel-Kwinana corridor has won praise from Mandurah Mayor Paddi Creevey, despite her belief that the proposal doesn't go far enough.
Laurance Cellar's controversial Margaret River sculpture, dubbed the "chick on a stick", will live on after the State Administrative Tribunal ruled against the Shire of Busselton by approving the artwork today.
Wealth held by Australians in property, shares and other assets surged to record highs in the past quarter, according to figures released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics and the Federal Treasury.