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Food exporters face new China import requirements
WA food exporters are being urged to prepare for changes to Chinese import regulations that will increase the administrative burden of sending goods to China...
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$2000 lockdown compensation grants for small business
The State Government today (May 6) opened registrations of interest for $2000 grants to assist businesses in Perth and Peel impacted by the ANZAC Day...
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Oz Minerals
West Musgrave lists on Gateway
Oz Minerals has started the procurement process for its $1.1 billion West Musgrave nickel and copper project by listing it on the ICN Gateway portal....
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Contracts roundup: Civmec vs. Decmil; Fulton Hogan, Total AMS
Civmec and Decmil are competing for one of central Perth’s plum infrastructure ventures – Main Roads’ Swan River Causeway Bridge. Our WA Works content is...
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Woodside Pluto and Bechtel workers
Plenty more to come at Pluto Train 2
Woodside’s head contractor for Pluto Train 2 says there will likely be a further 100 work packages advertised as the multibillion dollar Pilbara project edges...
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Bellevue railcars
Home-made wagon parts
The McGowan Government is pushing ahead with feasibility work on its plan to manufacture iron ore railcar components locally, probably in the Pilbara. Our WA...
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Coburn's Strandline project
Sands mine on the way
Construction of WA’s next mine is underway after Strandline Resources made the final investment decision on its $338 million Coburn mineral sands project in the...
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Yara Pilbara
WA hydrogen projects on a high
WA’s first large-scale hydrogen facility may be built in the Pilbara after the Australian Renewable Energy Agency included Yara/Engie’s Yuri project in its latest funding...
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Call to suppliers for Jansz-Io work
There is still room for small suppliers to get involved in Chevron’s multibillion dollar Jansz-Io compression project, according to one of its senior executives. Our...
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Santos gets cracking on forward works
Oil and gas producer Santos says it has started tendering on projects in its two-year forward work program worth a combined $400 million, and has...
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North Link road sculptures
Public infrastructure boom rolls on
The Federal Government will pump an extra $1.3 billion into WA road and rail projects in the next few years as the public infrastructure construction...
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Details released for $500 electricity grants
Small businesses and charities whose electricity bills are paid by lessors can from next month apply for the $500 electricity credit offered in response to February’s five-day COVID-19 lockdown. 
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