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    Port a solidarity test for Labor

    Port a solidarity test for Labor

    20 Sep 2019 by Mark Pownall

    OPINION: WA’s fraught journey towards creation of a new port near Perth has continued with a split in Labor ranks. ...

    Uniformity needed on donations

    Uniformity needed on donations

    19 Sep 2019 by Peter Kennedy

    One of Australia's most experienced electoral officials has called for a major shakeup in the regulation and reporting of political donations at federal and state levels. ...

    Slow recovery in WA’s population growth

    Slow recovery in WA’s population growth

    19 Sep 2019 by Mark Beyer

    Western Australia’s annual population growth rate has lifted slightly to 1 per cent but continues to lag the national growth rate of 1.6 per cent. ...

    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. ...

    Report shows $13.8bn budget improvement

    Report shows $13.8bn budget improvement

    19 Sep 2019 by AAP

    The federal budget was in a $700 million deficit in the 2018/19 financial year, the Final Budget Outcome report shows. ...

    Premier says China tension won't affect foreign buyer tax

    Premier says China tension won't affect foreign buyer tax

    18 Sep 2019 by Dan Wilkie

    Premier Mark McGowan says the state government has not considered scrapping its foreign buyer surcharge for residential property to help smooth over tension with Western Australia's biggest trading partner, despite rising concern over risks to the state’s ...

    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. ...

    CBA, ANZ split on consumer confidence

    CBA, ANZ split on consumer confidence

    17 Sep 2019 by AAP Business News

    Economists for two big banks are split on whether consumer confidence is rebounding as larger-than-normal tax refunds land in bank accounts. ...

    Aus govt not worried about oil shortages

    Aus govt not worried about oil shortages

    16 Sep 2019 by AAP

    The man responsible for Australia's fuel stocks does not believe drone attacks on Saudi Arabian oilfields will drive up domestic petrol prices. ...

    Scaffidi admits breaking WA council law

    Scaffidi admits breaking WA council law

    13 Sep 2019 by AAP

    Suspended Perth Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi has admitted at an inquiry that she broke the law when she interfered in the council heritage listing process for a building in which she had a financial interest. ...

    Synergy wins $30m govt contract

    Synergy wins $30m govt contract

    13 Sep 2019 by Adrian Rauso

    Synergy has secured a substantial electricity supply deal with the North Metropolitan Health Service, one of several electricity contracts awarded by government agencies in the health and education sectors in recent months. ...

    More guilty pleas for WA Health Dept fraud

    More guilty pleas for WA Health Dept fraud

    13 Sep 2019 by AAP

    Two more contractors have admitted their involvement in Perth's North Metropolitan Health Service fraud scandal. ...

    Coal use declines in Australian energy mix

    Coal use declines in Australian energy mix

    13 Sep 2019 by AAP

    Australia is now less reliant on coal than at the beginning of the century even as energy consumption steadily climbs with a growing population. ...

    MUA leaves Unions WA

    MUA leaves Unions WA

    13 Sep 2019 by Mark Beyer

    The Maritime Union of Australia has voted to break its affiliation with Unions WA in protest over the McGowan government’s plans for a new container port at Cockburn Sound. ...

    Govt seeks consultation to strengthen ASIC

    Govt seeks consultation to strengthen ASIC

    11 Sep 2019 by AAP

    The Morrison government has moved a step closer to beefing up the powers of the securities watchdog as part of its aim to restore trust in the nation's banking system. ...

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