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    VenuesWest: international acts unlikely in near future

    VenuesWest maintained a cash-based operating surplus of $16.8 million for the 2019-20 financial year, despite all 13 of its venues closing during the peak COVID-19 period. ...
    VenuesWest: international acts unlikely in near future

    Opposition hits out at state surplus

    Shadow treasurer Dean Nalder has lashed out at the state government for not spending enough to support the community during the COVID-19 downturn. ...
    Opposition hits out at state surplus

    State government announces budget surplus

    The state government has reported a $1.7 billion budget surplus during one of the worst downturns in the country's history, helped by a $945 million boost in royalty income. ...
    State government announces budget surplus

    Board Moves September 25, 2020

    Our board moves wrap includes Phil Schwan, Charles Ramsden, and Rocky Smith. ...
    Board Moves September 25, 2020

    More virus cases likely on ship off WA

    More COVID-19 cases are expected on a ship anchored off Western Australia's north-west coast after two crew members tested positive. ...
    More virus cases likely on ship off WA

    Juukan Gorge owners scathing of Rio Tinto

    Traditional owners of the Juukan Gorge rock shelters destroyed by Rio Tinto have accused the mining giant of ignoring their significance so it could maximise its profits. ...
    Juukan Gorge owners scathing of Rio Tinto

    ASX closes up 1.5%

    Banks have propelled Australia's share market more than one per cent higher on Friday and the bourse had its best week in the past six. ...
    ASX closes up 1.5%

    Patronage drop impacts PTA revenue

    About 30 million less public transport trips were taken in 2019-20 causing revenue to fall by $28 million, according to the Public Transport Authority of WA’s annual report. ...
    Patronage drop impacts PTA revenue

    Auditor general hits out at local government sector

    Auditor general Caroline Spencer has delivered a strong rebuke to the local government sector for seeking to avoid audit oversight during COVID-19. ...
    Auditor general hits out at local government sector

    EcoGraf to build $98m graphite facility

    West Perth-based EcoGraf has signed an agreement with DevelopmentWA to develop a $98 million downstream processing facility in Rockingham. ...
    EcoGraf to build $98m graphite facility

    Premier Investments full year profit rises 29%

    The owner of Just Jeans, Peter Alexander and Portmans has reported a 29 per cent rise in full-year profit, but says it may close more stores. ...
    Premier Investments full year profit rises 29%

    Gold explorers raise $12m

    Kairos Minerals has raised $9 million to fund further exploration activities in the Pilbara on the same day Norwest Minerals pursued its first capital raise. ...
    Gold explorers raise $12m

    Welcome to WA, the self-sustaining state

    From an economic perspective, WA would be capable of going it alone. ...
    Welcome to WA, the self-sustaining state

    Yojee raises $20m

    Cloud-based software provider Yojee has raised $20 million to help fast track service deployment and develop additional features for its platform. ...
    Yojee raises $20m

    Mark my words podcast

    In this week's podcast Mark Pownall and Matt Mckenzie discuss Perth city deal, Peter Coleman, Water Corp, Subiaco developments, Melville battle, WA's biggest home builders, and the Lord Mayor's race. ...
    Mark my words podcast

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