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Pandemic special report

Pandemic special report

30 March 2020

We assess the economic impact of COVID-19 on the state of Western Australia.

Digging in as pandemic pain hits
Corporates act to ease pressure
ICT sector - COVID19

ICT sector - COVID19

23 March 2020

How has Western Australia's ICT industry responded to the COVID-19 pandemic?

Virus creates new ICT opportunities
Cyber security on the front line
Great for the State 2020: A Caring Society

Great for the State 2020: A Caring Society

16 March 2020

Taking action to help Western Australia's most vulnerable should be a priority for everybody.

Homelessness: the view from the street
Strong support for battling addiction
Smarter welfare to engage all
Thinking beyond beds for mental health
Junior miners 2020

Junior miners 2020

10 March 2020

Capital for the junior mining sector is drying up amid growing concern the traditional business model for small explorers is broken.

Investors balk at juniors risk
Oil & Gas 2020

Oil & Gas 2020

03 March 2020

Feature on contractors, the project pipeline, Perth Basin and the BN engineers list

Next boom nears as projects progress
Onshore options attract attention
Women in business

Women in business

25 February 2020

WA companies are making workplaces more equitable but more change needs to come from those at the top. We speak to some of WA's most prominent female executives and profile four women who are leaders in medical research.

Call for combined effort on gender equity
Collaboration key for research
Great for the State 2020: Knowledge Economy

Great for the State 2020: Knowledge Economy

17 February 2020

WA is ready to apply its technology to opportunities beyond resources, but developing and attracting the brightest minds is crucial.

Shooting for the stars in a smart WA
Rethinking the brain drain
Bigger bandwidth for STEM women
Mindset shift at core of STEAM
Ports and transport 2020

Ports and transport 2020

17 February 2020

Updates to the freight network, Metronet, BNiQ trucking and logistics list, and more

Freight network upgrades a complex priority
Cost, delay troubles for Metronet
Freo keen to realise port potential
Most Influential 2020

Most Influential 2020

14 February 2020

WA's 50 most powerful people in business and politics

Power rests with a select few
Private business 2020

Private business 2020

03 February 2020

Data compiled by Business News has highlighted the prominence of private companies and not-for-profit businesses.

Private companies deliver strong growth
Risks to WA 2020

Risks to WA 2020

29 January 2020

- Global threats still loom but have subsided temporarily
- Challenge to ensure skilled workforce adapts to technology change
- Bushfires and big projects will come to a head

Setting a path for 2020 and beyond
Crunch time on climate
Corporate finance 2019

Corporate finance 2019

20 January 2020

The annual Business News review of corporate finance deals has identified some major shifts among key advisers and market trends.

Advisers compete on 733 deals
Aged care 2020

Aged care 2020

13 January 2020

Large aged care players are cementing their growth strategies to meet demand and survive a turbelent time for the sector. Technology could help people live independently at home longer and improve care in residential aged care facilities.

Growth amid uncertainty
Digital delivers for quality care
Great for the State – Edition 10: Cultural growth

Great for the State – Edition 10: Cultural growth

17 December 2019

Perth has come a long way since the Lonely Planet described the city as dullsville, with a thriving festivals, street art, music and events scene now creating vibrant connections with Western Australia’s history and indigenous culture.

Thriving hub of festivals, bars and street art
From The Triffids to Tame Impala, WA goes global
Architecture, planning connect with culture
Museum heralds new era for arts advancement
Biggest employers 2019

Biggest employers 2019

16 December 2019

Business News' updated ranking of WA's largest employers highlights the increased use of casual and contract.

Woolies tops biggest employers
Person of the year 2019

Person of the year 2019

13 December 2019

WA’s Liberals, notably Christian Porter, have been key to the Morrison government’s performance this year. Business leaders have been developing plans that could have a big impact on the state in 2020.

Western defence delivers for feds
Unfinished business in 2019 to energise leaders
Family business dynasties

Family business dynasties

09 December 2019

A series of recent acquisitions has the Yukich family poised to become one of the state’s biggest players in hospitality, fine food and wine.

Yukich family tops taste test
CEO salary survey

CEO salary survey

02 December 2019

Our comprehensive annual survey of executive remuneration shows wide variation across companies

WA companies use mix of pay strategies
Equity deals deliver big rewards
Inclusive workplaces

Inclusive workplaces

27 November 2019

With Australia’s rate of disability employment stagnating, Business News spoke to businesses and people with disabilities to find out how to improve participation and be more inclusive.

Getting to work on abilities
Tool helps firms open up job opportunities

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