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    Multiple gold hits across multiple locations for Ora Banda Mining

    Multiple gold hits across multiple locations for Ora Banda Mining

    20 May 2020 by Matt Birney

    Ora Banda Mining has produced a swag of solid gold intercepts from exploration drilling at multiple sites along the mineralised corridors that make up its Davyhurst gold project located north west of Kalgoorlie. Strong hits include 2m at 19.22g/t, 4m at 1 ...

    Decision on Skyworks due in June

    Decision on Skyworks due in June

    20 May 2020 by Business News

    The City of Perth has deferred until next month any decision on whether to go ahead with three major events, following a recommendation by the city’s administration to cancel scheduled events due to uncertainty caused by COVID-19. ...

    Profit jump for Alliance Aviation

    Profit jump for Alliance Aviation

    20 May 2020 by AAP

    Alliance Aviation shares flew higher after it said it expected to make a $40 million profit in FY20, up from $32.8 million in FY19. ...

    Westgold raises $45m to increase output

    Westgold raises $45m to increase output

    20 May 2020 by Ben Pattison

    Renowned geologist and company director Terry Grammer has passed away after a short-term illness, with former colleagues and industry figures highlighting his role in some of Western Australia's biggest mineral discoveries. ...

    Planning, approvals set for overhaul

    Planning, approvals set for overhaul

    20 May 2020 by Katie McDonald

    The state government has introduced a package of planning reform measures that include streamlining approvals for 'significant' developments, with the aim to boost economic recovery. ...

    Image pays down debt on back of strong mineral sands production

    Image pays down debt on back of strong mineral sands production

    20 May 2020 by Matt Birney

    Just 18 months after start up at its Boonanarring mine north of Perth, ASX-listed mineral sands miner, Image Resources, continues to hit its milestones with a third scheduled debt repayment of US$7.7m now bowled over. Image has been delivering strong produ ...

    Southern Cross wins Queensland work

    Southern Cross wins Queensland work

    20 May 2020 by Matt Mckenzie

    Southern Cross Electrical Engineering has won a $40 million contract for services to Energy Queensland, which operates the electricity network in the northern part of that state. ...

    Economic clarity in short supply

    Economic clarity in short supply

    20 May 2020 by Tim Treadgold

    OPINION: Mixed messages about the economic effects of COVID-19 make it clear that, as with the virus, the world is in uncharted territory. ...

    Progress on seniors living projects

    Progress on seniors living projects

    20 May 2020 by Katie McDonald

    Aged care and retirement living service providers are pushing ahead with property developments, but say COVID-19 could have a lasting impact on the sector. ...

    Unis asked for international student plans

    Unis asked for international student plans

    20 May 2020 by AAP

    The federal government will consider university plans to bring back international students as long as they can quarantine them properly. ...

    Global virus inquiry looms as major moment

    Global virus inquiry looms as major moment

    20 May 2020 by AAP

    The Morrison government has welcomed the World Health Assembly agreeing to establish an independent inquiry into the coronavirus pandemic. ...

    Push for gas reignites energy debate

    Push for gas reignites energy debate

    20 May 2020 by AAP

    The possibility of gas playing a key part in Australia's economic recovery after the coronavirus has reignited debate about the energy source's credentials. ...

    Australia Post secures extra space

    Australia Post secures extra space

    20 May 2020 by Katie McDonald

    Australia Post has leased 11,000 square meters across two industrial properties in Perth off the back of increased demand for essential goods, with the deals brokered by JLL. ...

    Aust shares slip after vaccine doubts

    Aust shares slip after vaccine doubts

    20 May 2020 by AAP

    Shares have sunk by almost 1.0 per cent in early ASX trading following caution about early results of a coronavirus vaccine test. ...

    Morning Headlines

    Morning Headlines

    20 May 2020 by Cameron Drummond

    Cheap gas to power recovery ...

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