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    Aurora Labs secures Snowsill for CEO role

    ASX-listed 3D metal printing technology player, Aurora Labs, has now confirmed the appointment of Peter Snowsill as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer after he served five months as the Acting CEO. Snowsill, who has more than 25 years of tech-based ...
    Aurora Labs secures Snowsill for CEO role

    Australian Potash signs fourth fertiliser deal

    Australian Potash has secured the majority of revenue forecast for its Lake Wells potash project in Western Australia after signing its fourth fertiliser offtake deal. ...
    Australian Potash signs fourth fertiliser deal

    ASX down after CBA cash profit drops

    Shares have closed slightly lower on the Australian market after Commonwealth Bank's virus-hit full-year result was a rare blight on the financial sector. ...
    ASX down after CBA cash profit drops

    DUG makes ASX debut

    Perth-founded supercomputing company DUG Technology has performed well on its first day of trading, listing two weeks ahead of schedule and closing 7.4 per cent higher. ...
    DUG makes ASX debut

    Indus fined over bee sting death

    Indus has been fined $60,000 and ordered to pay $6,000 in costs after one of its contractors died from a severe reaction to a bee sting. ...
    Indus fined over bee sting death

    Good governance has meaning: Tim Schwass

    Good governance is hard to define, but you'll know it when you see it, writes Tim Schwass. ...
    Good governance has meaning: Tim Schwass

    Bellevue receives extra $15m for gold project

    Bellevue Gold has received extra funding to progress its namesake project in Western Australia after its recent share purchase plan closed oversubscribed, raising $35 million. ...
    Bellevue receives extra $15m for gold project

    Arts getting back to business

    The Western Australian arts calendar is starting to fill up after the COVID-19 shutdown, beginning with CinefestOZ Film Festival at the end of August. ...
    Arts getting back to business

    ‘Palmer’ Bill set to pass

    'Palmer’ Bill wrap up: Quigley confident on constitutionality, Harvey confirms Liberal support, Mineralogy’s border challenge withdrawal offer. ...
    ‘Palmer’ Bill set to pass

    Wage growth slows but worst is yet to come

    Wage increases have shrunk to their lowest level in over two decades and economists fear the worst is yet to come as the coronavirus fuels unemployment. ...
    Wage growth slows but worst is yet to come

    Venture going ahead with iron ore mine

    Perth-based Venture Minerals has made a final investment decision for the restart of its Riley iron ore mine in Tasmania, with operations to begin in a week. ...
    Venture going ahead with iron ore mine

    Regis in $10m gold buy

    Regis Resources has boosted its gold portfolio in Western Australia after securing tenements from fellow Perth-based explorer Stone Resources Australia. ...
    Regis in $10m gold buy

    Land package delivers record sales

    DevelopmentWA has recorded a surge in regional lot sales within the first week of the state government’s $116 million land package. ...
    Land package delivers record sales

    Connecting Perth to the nation and the world

    In a world where digital transformation is becoming pervasive across businesses of all shapes and sizes, connectivity is more important than ever. ...
    Connecting Perth to the nation and the world

    CBA pays smaller dividend as COVID-19 bites

    Commonwealth Bank of Australia boss Matt Comyn says the lender entered the coronavirus pandemic in a very strong position but has been impacted nonetheless. ...
    CBA pays smaller dividend as COVID-19 bites

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