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More businesses eligible for JobKeeper after rules eased
More businesses and workers will qualify for the JobKeeper wage subsidy after the Federal Government announced broader eligibility rules.
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WA in ‘eye of economic storm’
CCIWA’s Chief Economist Aaron Morey warns that WA is in the eye of an economic storm, according to forecasts in the biannual Outlook report.
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WA boosts red tape tidy up
The WA Government will boost its Streamline WA regulatory reforms to help fire-up WA’s COVID-19 economic recovery. The State Government’s package includes $2.25 million over...
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Outlook – Eye of the Storm
Western Australia is in the eye of an economic storm, according to the biannual Outlook report published today by the State’s peak business group. This is the first Outlook to be released since the...
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Streamline regulation for a match-fit economy
Commitments by the State Government today to deliver real regulatory reform and boost the ‘Streamline WA’ process will liberate many WA businesses from the grinding...
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$100k to support your food and agri exports
Regional agrifood and beverage businesses have until August 12, 2020, to apply for up to $100,000 to help access and develop international market opportunities in...
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Contracts update: Downer adds up $324m of new work, plus UGL, SRG
Sydney-based Downer EDI has won new work across Australia from several clients, including BHP, Santos, and Wesfarmers, with a combined value of $324 million. Our...
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TAFE upgrades in the pipeline
The State Government says it will spend $167.4 million on capital works to upgrade technical and further education colleges across the state. Our WA Works...
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Chevron starts Gorgon T2 repairs
Chevron says it has begun repairs on Gorgon Train 2 after finding “weld quality issues” on heat exchangers during recent maintenance. Our WA Works content...
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Spotlight on mining supplier challenges
A senior Bankwest executive has identified travel restrictions as some of the most significant challenges facing the mining services sector in an age of COVID-19....
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Increased spend on Pilbara gold mine
Capricorn Metals says it will spend as much as $170 million building its Karlawinda gold mine in the Pilbara after upscaling the processing facility. Our...
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Eyes on Exmouth telescope job
Local companies will have a chance later this year to participate in Defence’s newest WA space venture – an $87 million upgrade of a critical...
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