Forrests, Woolies back seaweed feed
Chevron may need to temporarily halt production at its Gorgon gas plant after being ordered by government regulators to undertake further inspections and repairs.
The traditional owners at the centre of the Juukan Gorge controversy said Rio Tinto’s response to a parliamentary inquiry had only deepened their anguish.
WA company Suvo Strategic Minerals completed a backdoor listing on the ASX today, seeing its share price almost double on the first day of trading.
Australia's share market has finished the week higher by 1.3 per cent and above 6,000 points, after earlier gains outweighed today’s session which closed lower.
WA has so much to offer holidaymakers, even if it needs more vision and capital works, writes Ross Taylor.
Construction company John Holland has received a $36 million contract variation for its work with the Public Transport Authority on upgrades to the Claremont train station.
In their weekly podcast Mark Pownall and Mark Beyer discuss markets' strength, COVID support, land and housing sales, manufacturing stimulus, decommissioning dilemma, Mathias Cormann, and the widening race for Lord Mayor.
Western Australia is facing a further two-week delay in the next stage of easing COVID-19 restrictions, with the premier noting the ongoing surge in Victorian cases.
Australia's aged care system will face coronavirus stress tests to avoid deadly outbreaks that swept through Melbourne nursing homes.
Mathias Cormann has given a strong hint he’s exploring leading the OECD after politics, while cautioning Australia's international border closure could continue until late 2021.
Housing minister Peter Tinley shut down hopes of a potential stamp duty substitute in the near future at a property industry event earlier this week.
The state government is spending $7 million on measures to address ongoing issues at the main bay in Carnarvon, as part of Western Australia’s wider economic recovery plan.
Western Australia is at war with Clive Palmer, the state's premier has declared, as the Commonwealth stopped short of backing a new border trial.
The great cities we all want to visit are so much more than just a bunch of amazing points of interest and cultural experiences, according to Sandy Anghie.
Gold explorer Pantoro will use $50 million raised from a share placement to accelerate exploration activity at the company’s Norseman joint venture project in the Eastern Goldfields.
Friends Restaurant owner Clyde Bevan has become the third candidate to declare he will run for council in The City of Perth's October election.
Rio Tinto chief executive J-S Jacques faced a Senate inquiry this morning amid continued fallout from the mining giant’s destruction of ancient sites in Western Australia.
The Carramar Village shopping centre in Perth’s northern suburbs has been sold for $33.5 million; a move CBRE says represents the largest Perth shopping centre sale for 2020.
A WA-based startup offers households the chance to make more effective use of energy.
Birchmead Property Group has purchased 16 hectares of industrial land in Rockingham from DevelopmentWA for $22 million.
JobKeeper to cost another $15b
Sandy Anghie, manager of FJM Property’s Historic Heart Project, has announced she will join the race for Lord Mayor of the City of Perth.
A national economy battered by COVID-19 could seek assistance from a strong iron ore sector in WA.
A move to list Wilyabrup as an official wine region has been denied until further notice by the geographic indications committee.
A government review has recommended new levies to ensure the proper decommissioning of offshore oil and gas facilities, after the owner of the Northern Endeavour went into liquidation.
Western Australia will look into manufacturing wind turbine components as part of a mission towards greater self-sufficiency driven by the coronavirus pandemic.
Gains for miners and energy companies courtesy of rising commodity prices have helped the ASX close higher and recover from a grim economic forecast.
Perth-based explorers Ausgold and Great Western Exploration have sought funds to progress their gold projects in Western Australia.