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Industrial and logistics properties continue to top investors’ wish lists, as vacancy within Perth’s industrial property drops by almost a third within 12 months.
Another half a billion-dollar cheque has been written by the federal government to help Australia foster international partnerships on clean energy technology.
A deal between the state government and Indonesia has been approved by the federal foreign minister, but four Victorian agreements will be cancelled.
Retail spending across Australia jumped 1.4 per cent in March, stronger than the 1 per cent increase expected by economists.
Mexican chain Taco Bell have confirmed plans to open in Perth, with a restaurant in Midland to launch later this year.
Australia's coronavirus vaccine rollout is facing a critical juncture as Prime Minister Scott Morrison prepares to meet with premiers and chief ministers to rejig the program.
The head of national financial advocacy group Women in Super has called on the federal government to reinstate the gender budget statement.
Our board moves wrap includes Anthony Kiernan, Michael Hannington, Michael Elliott, Andrew Cunningham, and Allan Mulligan.
In today's episode of At Close of Business, journalist Jordan Murray chats to property journalist Katie McDonald about the resurgence of timber in the construction sector.
Lithium miner Pilbara Minerals has achieved record quarterly production from its Pilgangoora operations in WA while signalling an uptick in demand for spodumene concentrate.
Australia's share market has closed below 7000 points for the first time in a week after coronavirus infections worried investors, but a second-half rally gave hope for Thursday.
Neometals is set to lend its expertise in vanadium processing to the low-cost recovery of the specialty metal from waste materials in Europe. The company is nearing completion of a detailed Pre-Feasibility Study which proposes to extract a wealth of vanadium pentoxide from the metal-bearing waste materials produced by SSAB, a large-scale steel producer based in Scandinavia.
Five hydrogen hubs will be established across Australia after the federal government promised $539 million for hydrogen and carbon capture.