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    WA jobless at 5.8%

    WA jobless at 5.8%

    19 Sep 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    Unemployment fell 0.1 percentage points in Western Australia in August to be 5.8 per cent, although the number of people employed full time fell by about 7,900. ...

    Petroleum tax rules encouraging waste

    Petroleum tax rules encouraging waste

    19 Sep 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    Australia’s petroleum tax system will fail to raise much revenue, yet big producers won’t be earning big profits either, according to oil industry consultant Juan Carlos Boue. ...

    ERA claims $7.5bn savings

    ERA claims $7.5bn savings

    18 Sep 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    Consumers have saved $7.5 billion through the Economic Regulation Authority’s tight leash on major utilities, according to chair Nicky Cusworth, but work is needed to make the state's rules regime more effective. ...

    Accounting for the surplus

    Accounting for the surplus

    11 Sep 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    There’s an economic significance to Australia delivering a current account surplus in the June quarter that reflects a wider trend than just strong exports. ...

    $1.4bn for Landgate partial privatisation

    $1.4bn for Landgate partial privatisation

    10 Sep 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    The McGowan government has inked its biggest privatisation deal yet, with Landgate’s titles register to be operated by a consortium including industry superannuation funds and a Macquarie Group fund, in a deal worth $1.4 billion. ...

    Gebro into administration

    Gebro into administration

    10 Sep 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    Small indigenous business Gebro Contracting, which has worked with Main Roads and Georgiou Group, has entered administration. ...

    No axe to grind as venues compete

    No axe to grind as venues compete

    09 Sep 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    Perth will soon be home to three venues with a very different type of entertainment - axe-throwing - adding to a growing number of nightlife options offering interactive activities to lure in punters. ...

    Juwi to take RCR's role at Greenough solar

    Juwi to take RCR's role at Greenough solar

    03 Sep 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    Synergy’s renewable power joint venture has chosen Juwi Renewable Energy to complete the expansion of Greenough River solar farm, nearly a year after previous contractor RCR entered administration. ...

    Gas, batteries firm as coal exits

    Gas, batteries firm as coal exits

    02 Sep 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    SPECIAL REPORT: Gas peaking generation and utility scale batteries will become increasingly valuable in WA as coal power units are retired and new wind farms come online. ...

    $9.4m for Hazer hydrogen

    $9.4m for Hazer hydrogen

    02 Sep 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    A commercial biogas to hydrogen operation in Perth is a step closer for Hazer Group, after the company announced it had received approval from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency board for $9.4 million of funding. ...

    Market improves for graduates

    Market improves for graduates

    30 Aug 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    The graduate jobs market is a competitive environment, but there is cause for optimism as parts of the state’s economy emerge out of a downturn. ...

    EC&M workers returning amid uncertainty

    EC&M workers returning amid uncertainty

    29 Aug 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    Nearly 160 of EC&M’s 400 employees will be back at work in September, with administrators progressing deals with major clients since the business hit the wall last week. ...

    2050 net zero carbon target for WA

    2050 net zero carbon target for WA

    28 Aug 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    Western Australia will be carbon neutral by 2050 under an aspirational policy announced by the state government today, although it is not yet clear what mechanism will be used to achieve the goal. ...

    Retail, hospitality hit by rents, slow spending

    Retail, hospitality hit by rents, slow spending

    28 Aug 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    The rate of business failures in hospitality and retail during the past year should be ringing alarm bells for decision makers. ...

    Suppliers caught in EC&M insolvency

    Suppliers caught in EC&M insolvency

    27 Aug 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    Bibra Lake-based Magellan Power has been hit by the insolvency of EC&M after supplying nearly $500,000 of equipment to a project, leading managing director Masoud Abshar to add his voice to calls for stronger laws around payment of subcontractors. ...

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