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    $12bn to be spent on iron ore mines

    Rio Tinto has approved a $3.5 billion investment to develop its Koodaideri iron ore mine in the Pilbara, lifting the total amount to be spent on new iron ore projects in Western Australia to $12 billion. ...
    $12bn to be spent on iron ore mines

    $147m figure revealed for Wood & Grieve purchase

    Canadian company Stantec has disclosed it paid C$135.8m ($147 million) for Perth-based Wood & Grieve Engineers, which it acquired in March, nearly 60 years after the Perth-based company was established. ...
    $147m figure revealed for Wood & Grieve purchase

    $21bn pours into WA’s top 10 mining projects

    High-level iron ore, lithium and gold projects set pace for more than 50 developments in fresh commodities boom. ...
    $21bn pours into WA’s top 10 mining projects

    $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

    11 contractors suspended by WA govt

    The state government has banned 11 contractors for up to five years each, as a result of the Corruption and Crime Commission’s (CCC) investigation into the North Metropolitan Health Service. ...
    11 contractors suspended by WA govt

    262% share price rise for Perth biotech after IPO

    Singapore and Perth-based biotech company Osteopore has begun life on the ASX today with a sharp share price surge, following a $5.25 million initial public offering. ...
    262% share price rise for Perth biotech after IPO

    3 Oceans scraps Scarborough project, seeking JV

    Developer 3 Oceans Property is looking for joint venture partners for a redesigned Iconic Scarborough project, after it announced the $450 million project is officially on hold due to the current market making the development financially unviable. ...
    3 Oceans scraps Scarborough project, seeking JV

    550 jobs for nickel mine restart

    The restart of the Ravensthorpe nickel project has officially commenced amid surging prices of the commodity, as owner First Quantum Minerals launched a recruitment drive to fill at least 350 direct roles at the mine. ...
    550 jobs for nickel mine restart

    ACCC concerned about AHG takeover

    The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says it has concerns about AP Eagers’ $2.3 billion takeover of Automotive Holdings Group, due to a potential impact on competition in new car retailing in NSW. ...
    ACCC concerned about AHG takeover

    ACCC gives conditional green light to AHG takeover

    The competition watchdog has accepted AP Eagers' proposed takeover of rival car dealer Automotive Holdings Group, on the condition AP Eagers sells its dealerships in Newcastle and the Hunter Valley region. ...
    ACCC gives conditional green light to AHG takeover

    AFG in $10.9 million property lender buy

    West Perth-based Australian Finance Group has announced it will purchase a 30.4 per cent stake of Sydney-based commercial property lender Think Tank Group for $10.9 million. ...
    AFG in $10.9 million property lender buy

    AFG posts 2.2% profit jump

    Australian Finance Group has announced a cash profit increase, and said there were encouraging signs for the future of the mortgage broking industry. ...
    AFG posts 2.2% profit jump

    AFG profit edges lower

    Australian Finance Group has posted a 0.8 per cent decrease in net profit, but is optimistic about its future following the federal election result earlier this year. ...
    AFG profit edges lower

    AFG set to buy rival for $120m

    Australian Finance Group has signed a binding agreement to acquire Melbourne-based Connective Group in a cash-and-scrip deal worth around $120 million that will create an entity with over 6,575 brokers. ...
    AFG set to buy rival for $120m

    AFG shares fall 29% on royal commission report

    Shares in Perth-based Australian Finance Group and in ASX-listed Mortgage Choice plunged today on concerns the mortgage broking sector will be one of the biggest losers from the banking royal commission, which recommended the banning of commissions paid by ...
    AFG shares fall 29% on royal commission report

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