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Waterfront strikes ‘menacing’ WA economy
The Maritime Union of Australia’s protracted industrial action at Fremantle Port is menacing the WA economy by delaying critical supplies for the agricultural, construction and...
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WA waterfront strikes
CCIWA CEO Chris Rodwell CCIWA welcomes Federal Attorney General Michaelia Cash’s decision to intervene to end the protracted MUA strikes which are menacing WA’s economy....
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WA workforce straining to meet demand 
CCIWA Chief Economist Aaron Morey   Today’s ABS figures show WA’s workforce is straining to meet the demands of a hot economy.    Western Australians...
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mental health
Businesses urged to provide input into mental health blueprint
Businesses are being encouraged to provide input into the State’s new mental health blueprint, with the final framework to inform a suite of policies and...
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Reopen WA for Christmas: CCIWA
The State Government should set a date to reopen WA to the rest of Australia by Christmas in a bid to boost the State’s vaccination...
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Adbri
130 new jobs at Kwinana cement plant
Major cement maker Adbri has turned the first sods at its $199 million Kwinana upgrade project that is expected to generate 130 construction jobs. Our...
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BHP Nickel West refinery
BHP delivers first battery product at Kwinana
BHP has produced the first crystals from its nickel sulphate plant in Kwinana, south of Perth, marking an important moment in WA’s quest to capture...
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Contracts: Aerison’s multiple awards, Primero gets more lithium
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Aboriginal contracts Yulu Fortescue
New Aboriginal job, spend targets for State contracts
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Rio Tinto Autohaul trains
Iron ore giant on board the wagons
Rio Tinto has thrown its considerable weight behind the McGowan Government’s plan to manufacture iron ore rail car components in WA, flagging an initial purchase...
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Metronet Control Centre
Register for Metronet control centre work
A new city construction project is on the way, after ADCO Constructions was confirmed as builder of the PTA’s Public Transport Operations Control Centre (PTOCC)...
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Gold mine pits
Bardoc gold project deferred as costs rise
A worsening outlook for WA cost pressures has prompted Bardoc Gold to defer construction of its namesake project near Kalgoorlie. Our WA Works content is...
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