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01 October 2019
What does it mean to live well at work? Is it an apple in the kitchen, a yoga session at lunch or an office fitted out with a gym?
24 September 2019
Natural resources, from mines and farms to beaches.
We shine a light on the visionaries and the volunteers who harness our landscape for the benefit of the community.
23 September 2019
WA’s tourism industry has recovered in the past year on the back of millions of dollars in marketing campaigns from the state government. A decline in international tourism, though, has left some industry and business leaders asking: Is that enough?
16 September 2019
Our updated list of WA’s top gold miners shows stagnant production despite a surging gold price. This feature also delves into the Super Pit sale and the deal behind WA's biggest new gold mine in years.
09 September 2019
Retailers, landlords evolve to meet changing market
02 September 2019
Gas peaking generation and utility scale batteries will become increasingly valuable in Western Australia as coal power units are retired and new wind farms enter the market.
616MW of new capacity is approved for construction, including 394MW of wind power.
27 August 2019
We’re taking a close look at how our biggest businesses operate with values and purpose for the good of Western Australia.
26 August 2019
Business closures around the city have increased drastically in recent years, with the slowing economy and high rents two major concerns. Plus, franchising may be under constant scrutiny but we explore how WA entrepreneurs are using the model.
12 August 2019
Green activism, union battles loom
30 July 2019
In this edition, we’re painting a picture of how disruptive technology can change our state for the better.
- How can images of your eye help prevent disease?
- Are driving, petrol and car ownership meeting an end?
29 July 2019
Unprecedented transport infrastructure spending and an uptick in mining investment have boosted confidence, but civil contractors are facing new labour and capacity challenges as the market rebounds.
22 July 2019
Air travel in Western Australia has started to recover from an extended slump. This Special Report has data on all WA’s major airports, and details on an innovative inter-regional service coming to the state’s north.
15 July 2019
Heightened levels of competition are driving a design renaissance in Perth’s apartment market, as the city’s top developers stake their claim to market segments by establishing a point of difference through innovation and experimentation.
02 July 2019
In the fourth edition of Great for the State, we analyse the impact of Reconciliation Action Plans, report on four charities targeting Aboriginal youth development, and profile six prominent Aboriginal leaders:
- Business entrepreneur Barry McGuire
01 July 2019
- We analyse Aboriginal procurement programs run by the federal and state governments
- Talk to IPS Management Consultants and the Noongar Chamber of Commerce
- Provide the latest news on contracts won by indigenous businesses
- Update our BNiQ lists of WA's largest indige
26 June 2019
Masters & Co leads talented cohort of fast-growing businesses
17 June 2019
WA businesses are positioning themselves to participate in the national shipbuilding supply chain and longer term, have a strong chance to create a sustainment hub in Perth.
Our feature highlights:
04 June 2019
Our Health and Wellness edition highlights how Western Australia is evolving into a world-leading jurisdiction in medical research, pushing the boundaries of science and innovation in a quest for better health.
20 May 2019
High-level iron ore, lithium and gold projects set pace for more than 50 developments in fresh commodities boom. WA finds itself in the centre of a new, agribusiness-driven, mining race.
13 May 2019
Widespread government reviews are causing a headache for Western Australia’s major universities, but higher promotional funding and a lift in the state’s share of new international students are encouraging signs.