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    Indigenous contractor wins Eliwana work

    Indigenous contractor wins Eliwana work

    03 Jun 2020 by Business News

    Aboriginal-owned business Mallard Deemy has secured $11 million in contracts with Fortescue Metals Group for work at the Eliwana iron ore mine in the Pilbara. ...

    What is happening to Planning in WA in the recovery period?

    What is happening to Planning in WA in the recovery period?

    03 Jun 2020 by Anne Wood

    Developers of "significant developments" are about to have access to a new planning approval process.  ...

    Peel Health Campus upgrades to resume

    Peel Health Campus upgrades to resume

    03 Jun 2020 by Business News

    Upgrades to the emergency department at Peel Health Campus will resume later this month, with the works awarded to Canning Vale-based contractor Devlyn Construction. ...

    Perseus in $60m takeover

    Perseus in $60m takeover

    03 Jun 2020 by Jessica Mascione

    Subiaco-based Perseus Mining is set to gain control of a potential new gold project near its Sissingue mine after announcing a friendly takeover bid for Exore Resources in a scrip deal worth around $60 million. ...

    Development WA releases industrial land

    Development WA releases industrial land

    03 Jun 2020 by Katie McDonald

    DevelopmentWA has announced plans to expand an industrial estate in Perth’s northern corridor, putting several lots on the market. ...

    Record box office for Perth Festival

    Record box office for Perth Festival

    03 Jun 2020 by Madeleine Stephens

    The 2020 Perth Festival has proved to be the most successful in the event's history, with $5.98 million earned at the box office, despite some programming cancelled due to COVID-19 and lower audience numbers. ...

    Austal appoints Gregg as CEO

    Austal appoints Gregg as CEO

    03 Jun 2020 by Jessica Mascione

    Shipbuilder Austal has appointed chief operating officer Patrick Gregg to lead the company next year, replacing current chief executive David Singleton, whose contract is due to end in December. ...

    Tariffs spark diversity push

    Tariffs spark diversity push

    03 Jun 2020 by Peter Kennedy

    OPINION: Trade threats from China are forcing a rethink for WA’s exporters and the McGowan government. ...

    Virus threat to corporate support

    Virus threat to corporate support

    03 Jun 2020 by Madeleine Stephens

    The business community has supported front-line charities during the pandemic, but the economic downturn may change this. ...

    WA outperforms in March as Australia heads to recession

    WA outperforms in March as Australia heads to recession

    03 Jun 2020 by AAP, Business News

    Western Australia's internal economy grew 0.9 per cent in the March quarter even as Australia as a whole contracted 0.3 per cent, but those numbers mostly predate the economic impact of the COVID-19 lockdowns. ...

    Cash splash for Collie as coal closure looms

    Cash splash for Collie as coal closure looms

    03 Jun 2020 by Matt Mckenzie

    At least $100 million has been earmarked for initiatives in the Collie district as the state government targets its support for the area ahead of potential coal shutdowns, although there is debate about the impact on other regional towns. ...

    Shares up 1% as ASX awaits GDP data

    Shares up 1% as ASX awaits GDP data

    03 Jun 2020 by AAP

    Shares on the Australian stock market have crept almost 1.0 per cent higher ahead of keenly anticipated economic growth data. ...

    Chilean Govt to mine Hot Chili’s copper-gold discovery

    Chilean Govt to mine Hot Chili’s copper-gold discovery

    03 Jun 2020 by Matt Birney

    Hot Chili is fast-tracking the development of its world-class copper-gold project in Chile after the ASX-listed company inked an agreement with Chilean Government owned ENAMI, to mine and process the high-grade copper-gold ore from its massive Productora p ...

    Morning Headlines

    Morning Headlines

    03 Jun 2020 by Cameron Drummond

    Sick workers control Brazil’s iron ore output ...

    Oil up more than 3% ahead of OPEC+ meeting

    Oil up more than 3% ahead of OPEC+ meeting

    03 Jun 2020 by AAP

    Oil prices climbed by more than $US1 a barrel overnight on hopes that major crude producers will agree to extend output cuts during a video conference expected to be held this week and as countries begin to reopen after coronavirus lockdowns. ...

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