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Your guide to staff’s COVID-19 vaccine questions
As the COVID vaccine is rolled out, workers will have plenty of questions for their employers. We’ve pulled together some of the top questions and answers.  
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WA domestic economy buoyed by stimulus
Aaron Morey CCIWA Chief Economist Government spending has lifted WA’s domestic economy back to pre-pandemic levels, exceeding the level it reached in March 2020.   State Final Demand grew 1.2 per cent compared to a year...
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How to answer your staff’s questions on the COVID-19 vaccine
As the COVID vaccine is rolled out, workers will have plenty of questions for their employers. Here, CCIWA has suggested ways to answer some of...
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$452.2m into aged care as Royal Commission wraps up
A plan to overhaul Australia’s aged care system has been included in the final report from the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety.
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What we’re campaigning for this State election
We’re always working in our Members’ interests, and the State election on March 13 is no different. We’ve identified five key priorities for an incoming...
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Five priorities for a stronger recovery and more secure economy
Chris Rodwell CCIWA CEO The state’s peak business group, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA (CCIWA) has released five policy priorities for an incoming...
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Woodside's concept sketch for the Scarborough offshore platform off the Pilbara coast.
Heavy hitters head Perth energy forum
Suppliers will be treated to a feast of information about the latest trends in WA’s rebounding oil and gas sector next month as a live...
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A reclaimer machine operating at Fortescue's stockyard at Port Hedland
SRG wins big Fortescue deal
Iron ore miner Fortescue has locked in SRG Global for a five-year maintenance contract worth $150 million. Our WA Works content is only available to...
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A sketch of Ecograf's mooted graphite plant at Rockingham
Funds roll in for graphite hopeful
The construction of a battery-grade graphite processing facility at Rockingham is looking increasingly likely after developer EcoGraf raised $54.6 million from the sale of shares...
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Pilbara Minerals CEO Ken Brinsden in front of spodumene ore at Pilgangoora
Engineers working on lithium improvements
Pilbara Minerals has appointed two engineers to help lift production and integrate a nearby asset into its Pilgangoora lithium operations, about 120 kilometres south east...
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A sketch of the proposed Bayswater train station from King William Street looking north
ICN Update: first look at Bayswater Station, New Lendlease EOI
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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Rio Tinto Iron Ore managing director of Port, Rail and Core Services Richard Cohen in front of the freight vessel MCP Graz at Dampier
Rio takes to the waves for Pilbara freight
Rio Tinto aims to slash the lead time for key mining equipment and supplies following its launch of a new freight service between the Pilbara...
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