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OPV build starts at Henderson
Construction of the Navy's first offshore patrol vessel (OPV) to be built in WA has started at Henderson, according to the Federal Government. Our WA...
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PMA wins Pluto pigging
Local supplier Project Materials Australia has praised the Industry Capability Network WA in helping it win a package of work from head contractor Bechtel at...
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Virus shots: BHP jobs, NST, Monadelphous, NRW
As uncertainty about the supply chain impact of the COVID-19 pandemic swirled through the WA resources sector, BHP offered a sliver of good news, saying...
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Contracts update – NRW’s Olympic effort, gold for SRG
NRW Holdings is ready for take-off in South Australia after winning a $48 million airport upgrade contract with BHP at its massive Olympic Dam mine...
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Call-out to rail and nautical suppliers
Work prospects for two high-profile projects – the Morley-Ellenbrook railway line and the Navy’s Hunter class frigates – have landed on the ICN Gateway site....
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Delays at three LNG projects
The unsettling combination of the COVID-19 pandemic and low oil prices have prompted both Woodside and Santos to defer their respective Australian LNG projects. Our...
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A Bunbury road tonic
The race to win the massive Bunbury Outer Ring Road contract is heating up after rival consortia headed by CPB and Acciona were invited to...
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Pubs, cafes and restaurants close doors as COVID-19 shutdown begins
Sweeping business closures and travel restrictions begin in WA, following new rules to slow the spread of coronavirus. Prime Minister Scott Morrison outlined the social...
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Stimulus angles to keep apprentices in work
Winter is often a quiet time for air-conditioning contractors. But with the spectre of a global downturn from coronavirus now hanging over all businesses, Air...
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First symptoms of consumer chill
Aaron Morey CCIWA Chief Economist Sunday, 22 March 202 The confidence of Western Australian consumers has plunged to its lowest level in three years, driven by...
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How to work (well) from home
As COVID-19 spreads, companies are setting up staff to reduce physical contact with others. The aim is to slow the spread of the virus, easing...
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Businesses the linchpin of state stimulus
Chris Rodwell CCIWA Chief Executive Officer   Tuesday 17 March 2020 The State Government’s announcement of $607 million in fiscal stimulus is a recognition of the role of small...
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