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    Trigg left bruised after first day on the ASX

    Trigg Mining has closed trade 30 per cent lower than its initial public offering valuation, as the sulphate of potash explorer finally debuted on the ASX following several delays. ...
    Trigg left bruised after first day on the ASX

    Three gold juniors raise nearly $27m

    Cardinal Resources has raised $17.6 million through the exercise of listed options, while Black Cat Syndicate and Azure Minerals were also in the market for equity. ...
    Three gold juniors raise nearly $27m

    Agrimin, Kalium hit potash milestones

    Two budding WA sulphate of potash producers have both reached project milestones today, with Agrimin awarding a port contract, while Kalium Lakes has given the green light to develop its Beyondie project. ...
    Agrimin, Kalium hit potash milestones

    Perkins wins $99m in contracts

    Perkins Builders has won a $61.7 million contract to develop a new courthouse and police complex in Armadale, as well as the $37.5 million construction contract for Capecare Dunsborough. ...
    Perkins wins $99m in contracts

    Decmil JV confirms $417m contract

    Decmil and joint venture partner McConnell Dowell have finalised the main works contract for the Mordialloc Freeway project, six months after being selected by Major Roads Projects Victoria as the preferred tenderer. ...
    Decmil JV confirms $417m contract

    Twenty-five businesses share $166m food contract

    The Department of Finance has selected 25 businesses for its new common-use arrangement contract to supply food and beverage items to government agencies across Western Australia. ...
    Twenty-five businesses share $166m food contract

    MinRes, IGO make opposite moves on Kimberley JVs

    Mineral Resources has terminated a joint venture agreement with Hexagon Resources, while Independence Group bolstered its JV deal with Buxton Resources. ...
    MinRes, IGO make opposite moves on Kimberley JVs

    Another Wesfarmers payroll failure stings 6,000 workers for $15m

    Less than a week after Bunnings admitted to underpaying workers due to payroll error, a second Wesfarmers division has said it discovered a payroll mistake, which has left around 6,000 workers underpaid to a total of $15 million. ...
    Another Wesfarmers payroll failure stings 6,000 workers for $15m

    $3bn QLD challenge to WA’s ‘battery valley’ hopes

    Magnis Energy Technologies has unveiled the feasibility study for Australia's first battery manufacturing plant near Townsville, which could put a dent in Western Australia’s ambition to establish the country’s primary battery minerals processing and manuf ...
    $3bn QLD challenge to WA’s ‘battery valley’ hopes

    GR shares slump as it confirms potential profit hit

    GR Engineering has emerged from an ASX suspension today to disclose that its bottom line will likely be impacted by two major subsidiaries of its client Northern Oil & Gas Australia going into administration last month. ...
    GR shares slump as it confirms potential profit hit

    Perth house prices fall again

    The median price of a house in Perth recorded the largest decline among all state capitals for September, with the slump over the past five years now surpassing 20 per cent, according to the latest CoreLogic data. ...
    Perth house prices fall again

    Haegel relishes BHP fixer role

    Eddy Haegel has made a career breathing new life into struggling assets at BHP, including the revival of the mining giant’s nickel business; sharing his story at a Business News breakfast today, he was also bullish about the potential to develop more downs ...
    Haegel relishes BHP fixer role

    Port Hedland port increases shipping capacity by 6.9%

    Potential shipping capacity at Port Hedland has been increased by 40 million tonnes per annum to 617mtpa, according to the state government. ...
    Port Hedland port increases shipping capacity by 6.9%

    HotCopper strikes $22m Canadian takeover deal

    Share market online chat forum HotCopper Holdings will venture into the North American market after signing a deal to acquire its Canadian equivalent, as it seeks to bounce back from a fiscal 2019 loss. ...
    HotCopper strikes $22m Canadian takeover deal

    Energy juniors to raise $7.3m

    Oil and gas explorer Whitebark Energy and uranium-focused Toro Energy are seeking to advance their respective projects with equity, with Whitebark completing a share placement and Toro launching a share purchase plan. ...
    Energy juniors to raise $7.3m

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