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    Cirrus wins govt contracts

    Cirrus wins govt contracts

    13 Aug 2019 by Adrian Rauso

    Cirrus Networks says it has won two contracts with the Western Australian government worth a combined $5.5 million, less than a week after it announced it secured a $5 million contract with the Australian Capital Territory government. ...

    Lithium Australia perfecting battery recycling tech

    Lithium Australia perfecting battery recycling tech

    13 Aug 2019 by Matt Birney

    Lithium Australia has hit another milestone on its road towards recycling lithium-ion batteries with the successful production of lithium phosphate from mixed metal dust derived from waste battery electrodes. The company is currently in the process of usin ...

    ASX opens lower as healthcare stocks dive

    ASX opens lower as healthcare stocks dive

    13 Aug 2019 by AAP

    The Australian share market has opened lower following a negative lead from Wall Street, with the healthcare sector leading early losses. ...

    Dr Anne Aly MP

    13 Aug 2019

    Dr Anne Aly MP has been the Federal Member for Cowan since 2016. Anne's backrgoud as a Professor, Academic and Practitioner in the fields of counter terrorism and counter radiclisation.

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    BlackEarth aces spherical graphite testing

    BlackEarth aces spherical graphite testing

    13 Aug 2019 by Matt Birney

    BlackEarth Minerals’ ongoing test work has confirmed that spherical graphite produced using concentrates from its flagship Maniry project in Madagascar, meets specifications required by lithium-ion anode manufacturers. Additionally, the test work by German ...

    Morning Headlines

    Morning Headlines

    13 Aug 2019 by Cameron Drummond

    Fast-track visas for world’s best ...

    Oil price steadies on Kuwait comments

    Oil price steadies on Kuwait comments

    13 Aug 2019 by AAP

    Oil prices were little changed overnight as expectations that major producers would continue to reduce global supplies ran into worries about sluggish growth in crude demand due to the US-China trade conflict. ...

    Gold gains as shares slip on growth fears

    Gold gains as shares slip on growth fears

    13 Aug 2019 by AAP

    Gold prices rose overnight and stayed above the key $US1,500 per ounce psychological level as stock markets slipped on concerns about global economic growth and the US-China trade dispute, triggering safe haven bids. ...

    Board Moves August 12, 2019

    Board Moves August 12, 2019

    12 Aug 2019 by Business News

    Gracjan Lambert has resigned as chief executive of Red Emperor Resources. ...

    New home building to continue slump: MBA

    New home building to continue slump: MBA

    12 Aug 2019 by Dan Wilkie

    Home building activity will continue to shrink over the next 12 months in Western Australia, with the state’s residential construction companies having to wait until 2020-21 for any improvements in a sector that has been in decline for a half decade. ...

    Big business aims to boost indigenous spend

    Big business aims to boost indigenous spend

    12 Aug 2019 by Mark Beyer

    Twelve big companies have pledged to lift their indigenous procurement to 3 per cent of their annual spend, seeking to match targets the federal and state governments have already set for their own agencies. ...

    McGowan lobbying on submarine maintenance

    McGowan lobbying on submarine maintenance

    12 Aug 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    Labour and capacity constraints in South Australia could lead to cost blowouts and delays in the building of new naval vessels, Premier Mark McGowan said today, as he lobbied federal counterparts to move more maintenance work for existing submarines out we ...

    ASX holds winning streak as miners drop

    ASX holds winning streak as miners drop

    12 Aug 2019 by AAP

    The Australian share market has finished up slightly, with a lifting in healthcare and consumer discretionary shares outweighing losses for the mining sector. ...

    PCF signs gold JV with Chinese firm

    PCF signs gold JV with Chinese firm

    12 Aug 2019 by Business News

    PCF Capital has struck a joint venture deal with Zhaojin International Mining, as the Hong Kong-based company looks to invest in the Australian gold sector. ...

    Hackers and heroes

    Hackers and heroes

    12 Aug 2019 by Chloe Constantinides

    While the ‘hackers’ who make the news are usually associated with cybercrimes, a legion of good hackers is at work helping keep your online data safe. ...

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