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$35,000 scholarships for women business owners
Chief Executive Women (CEW) is offering women small business owners and co-owners access to scholarships worth up to $35,000.
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WA moves to a controlled border with Victoria
WA has moved to a controlled border with Victoria after the eastern State has been reclassified as ‘low risk’.
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Helping women re-enter the workforce to power our economy
Aaron Morey Chief Economist The Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA (CCIWA) has launched a landmark report on the disincentives for women re-entering the workforce...
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Wheatbelt wind power
Lacour Energy hopes to kick off construction mid-year at its $250 million Kondinin wind and solar project in the wheatbelt, with the start-up looking to...
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Thunderbird may still have wings
Hopes for a mineral sands mine in the Kimberley have been revived after a Chinese steel company agreed to buy half of Sheffield Resources’ long-delayed...
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Second WA urea plant proposed
Our WA Works content is only available to subscribers Subscribe to WA Works WA Works is a subscription-based service and the number one source of...
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Cost increase for smart freeway
The cost of Perth’s new smart freeway project on the Mitchell Freeway has increased to $140 million as Main Roads calls for expressions of interest...
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Pilbara gold works approved
A major new gold-copper mine in the Pilbara has taken its first steps toward a three-year development after Newcrest Mining received approvals for early works...
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2000 Pilbara jobs edge closer
Perdaman’s big urea project near Karratha has reached another milestone, with the Clough-Saipem joint venture signing a $3.1 billion engineering, procurement and construction deal to...
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Northern Endeavour could spawn more clean-ups
A new multibillion dollar industry is looming after the Federal Government signalled a tightening of the regulations for decommissioning offshore oil projects. Our WA Works...
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Jump on board onshore gas project
Suppliers have a golden opportunity to jump on board WA’s biggest onshore gas project in decades after engineer Clough published dozens of work packages for...
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JobKeeper update and key stimulus for 2021
As WA businesses enter a new calendar year, don’t forget the incentives and subsidies that could help keep your business strong in 2021.
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