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    Lendlease wins contract to fix Indian Ocean Drive

    Lendlease and BMD Constructions have both secured road-widening contracts from Main Roads Western Australia worth more than $18 million combined. ...
    Lendlease wins contract to fix Indian Ocean Drive

    REIWA outlines industry recovery plan

    The Real Estate Institute of Western Australia has renewed its push to increase the stamp duty exemption threshold for first homebuyers, as part of a six-point plan it unveiled to help breathe new life into the state’s weak residential construction and pro ...
    REIWA outlines industry recovery plan

    NAIF advancements for two WA projects

    Technology Metals Australia and Strandline Resources both announced their flagship Western Australian projects have reached the due diligence phase of the Northern Australian Infrastructure Facility funding assessment process. ...
    NAIF advancements for two WA projects

    Zelda to merge with US cannabis company

    Perth-based Zelda Therapeutics has struck an agreement to merge with Ilera Therapeutics that could potentially be worth more than $65 million, as it seeks to grow in the heavily regulated global medical cannabis market. ...
    Zelda to merge with US cannabis company

    Busselton underwater centre catches funding wave

    Busselton is set to have an underwater observatory, after the federal government committed $13 million to the project as part of its Regional Growth Fund. ...
    Busselton underwater centre catches funding wave

    BDO says diesel banned underground by 2023

    A new report from advisory firm BDO has predicted diesel machinery will be banned in all new Australian underground mines by 2023, which could pave the way for a rapid uptake of electric battery-based machinery in the industry. ...
    BDO says diesel banned underground by 2023

    Vacancy rate at 140 St Georges nears zero

    AMP Capital has secured tenants for four whole floors of 140 St Georges Terrace, which has pushed the vacancy rate at the office tower to below 1 per cent. ...
    Vacancy rate at 140 St Georges nears zero

    State govt awards over $11m of contracts

    WA Profiling & Stabilisation, Aurecon, and Adtech FRP are the latest major winners of state government contracts, worth about $11.2 million. ...
    State govt awards over $11m of contracts

    Jandakot upgrades in flight

    The state government has announced a runway extension at Jandakot Airport to support the Royal Flying Doctor Service and turned the first sod for a new medical laboratory in Jandakot Business Park. ...
    Jandakot upgrades in flight

    Tribune, Rand pay more than $17m in dividends

    Anthony Billis’s Tribune Resources and Rand Mining have paid out around $11.1 million and $6 million in dividends, respectively. ...
    Tribune, Rand pay more than $17m in dividends

    Indus scraps ASX listing bid

    Perth-based Indus Energy has withdrawn plans to buy South Australian company New Era Oil and Gas and re-list on the ASX, after it concluded it could not raise the $4 million required. ...
    Indus scraps ASX listing bid

    UK power player wins $10m Kalium contract

    Kalium Lakes has awarded Clarke Energy a contract for a 7.5-megawatt power station, as the remote power station provider re-emerges in the Western Australian market. ...
    UK power player wins $10m Kalium contract

    Heron to raise $91m in fight for survival

    Copper and zinc producer Heron Resources has launched a $91 million funding package, as it is set to run out of cash this month, following delays in construction and ramp-up at its Woodlawn zinc-copper project in NSW. ...
    Heron to raise $91m in fight for survival

    Metals X fights back against major shareholder

    Copper and tin miner Metals X is set to reject a motion by its largest shareholder, APAC Resources, to appoint a representative to its board. ...
    Metals X fights back against major shareholder

    Hope on the horizon for Alita

    The Supreme Court of Western Australia has agreed to delay a creditors meeting of Alita Resources, as its administrators assess more than 11 proposals that could revive the fallen lithium miner. ...
    Hope on the horizon for Alita

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