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    WA business confidence takes a hit

    A new survey has found the confidence of Western Australian employers has taken a hit for the first time since the beginning of last year. ...
    WA business confidence takes a hit

    Rinehart and Twiggy in BRW Rich List

    Gina Rinehart and Andrew Forrest have both made the top five of BRW's Rich List, worth an estimated $4.75 billion and $4.24 billion and sitting in second and fourth positions respectively. ...
    Rinehart and Twiggy in BRW Rich List

    Budget: New office to focus on land

    The state government appears to have acknowledged the looming issue of residential property supply, creating a new office charged with releasing more land for housing development. ...
    Budget: New office to focus on land

    Budget: Room to move for infrastructure

    The state government has funded the key projects it has announced during the year, with fiscal restraint and rising royalty income allowing it to include infrastructure spending without blowing the budget. ...
    Budget: Room to move for infrastructure

    Budget: Barnett delivers surplus

    In his first outing as Treasurer, Premier Colin Barnett delivered a promised surplus - $286 million - on the back of sharp royalty rises, increased services charges to households and restraint in spending growth which was limited to 3.9 per cent. ...
    Budget: Barnett delivers surplus

    Farm groups call for state budget funds

    Farm lobby groups have made a last minute pitch for more funding for port and rail infrastructure ahead of Thursday's state budget. ...
    Farm groups call for state budget funds

    NT sets eyes on WA business

    The Northern Territory government has launched a concerted campaign to poach business from Western Australia and rival Perth as a regional oil and gas capital. ...
    NT sets eyes on WA business

    Swan says miners asked for profits tax

    Treasurer Wayne Swan has again defended the proposed resources super profit tax, saying today it was what the mining industry had asked for. ...
    Swan says miners asked for profits tax

    State commits $12m to social services

    The state government has today committed $12 million from this year's budget to provide low-interest loans to community sector ogranisations and a social innovation grants program. ...
    State commits $12m to social services

    Swan defends mining tax

    Treasurer Wayne Swan has launched a salvo at mining executives from his "Treasury bunker" as the war of words over federal Labor's proposed resources rent tax intensifies. ...
    Swan defends mining tax

    Flanagan's tax anger spills to papers

    Atlas Iron chief David Flanagan has taken the next step in a growing mining industry campaign against the proposed resources super profit tax, penning an open letter to the prime minister that will be published in newspapers tomorrow. ...
    Flanagan's tax anger spills to papers

    Mining chiefs continue Rudd rage

    Iron ore veteran George Jones says the next resources boom is being threatened by the proposed super profit tax as a group of fired-up mining executives today gathered to again express their anger at the Rudd government. ...
    Mining chiefs continue Rudd rage

    NBN without Telstra for $26bn: study

    The federal government has been told the cost of the National Broadband Network could be capped at $26 billion as opposed to the original $43 billion earmarked for the project, and that it should be built without Telstra. ...
    NBN without Telstra for $26bn: study

    New mining tax won't hurt ratings: Fitch

    International ratings agency Fitch has indicated that while the Commonwealth's proposed super profits tax on the nation's mining and resources outfits "isn't good news for Australian miners", it will not affect the ratings of these companies. ...
    New mining tax won't hurt ratings: Fitch

    Big banks raise mortgage rates

    ANZ and Westpac have joined the other big banks, Commonwealth Bank of Australia and National Australia Bank in raising the standard variable home loan interest rate in line with the 25 basis point rise by the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA). ...
    Big banks raise mortgage rates

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