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CCIWA launches commercial legal service
WA businesses can now access an even wider range of legal help through CCIWA with the launch of a new commercial and corporate legal division. 
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Lithium mine Kathleen
Liontown approves Kathleen Valley lithium project
Liontown Resources will proceed with the full development of its Kathleen Valley lithium project following a third foundational offtake agreement and a $300 million debt...
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AGR sodium cyanide facility Kwinana Beach
AGR wins EPA backing for Kwinana expansion
Australian Gold Reagents has been given the go-ahead by the Environmental Protection Authority to develop a major expansion at its Kwinana sodium cyanide plant.
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Gas infrastructure Woodside
A mixed start for Woodside and BHP in the post-merger world
Before the dramatic cross-bourse share market sell-off in mid-June, the new Woodside Energy was powering ahead after its merger with BHP Petroleum.
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Boundary and Hybrid Systems split standalone power contracts
Western Power has chosen Boundary Power and Hybrid Systems Australia to install 180 standalone power systems (SPS) across its network from 2023. Our WA Works...
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Diversification leases for farmland on the agenda
Farmland could be devoted to renewable energy projects without the need for express permits under a State draft policy framework.
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New builds and refurbishments get new Statewide panel
Housing Minister John Carey has announced a new Statewide builders' panel to speed up the delivery of new and refurbished social housing.
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CCIWA backs 43% by 2030 emissions reduction target in new position paper
CCIWA has today released a comprehensive position statement on climate change, which supports the Federal Government’s 43 per cent reduction target by 2030 and calls...
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CCIWA supports Federal Government 2030 reduction target – swifter action required to reduce investment risks for businesses
CCIWA CEO Chris Rodwell The Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA (CCIWA) has today released a comprehensive position statement on climate change policy. It supports...
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$5m in regional development grants on offer
Businesses have been encouraged to apply for the fifth round of the Regional Economic Development (RED) Grants program, which will see $5 million invested towards...
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State minimum wage hiked by 5.25%
The State minimum wage will increase by $40.90 a week to $887.40 from July 1, further widening the gap between the State and Federal minimum...
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Further labour cost pressure heaped on WA’s smallest businesses
CCIWA Chief Economist Aaron Morey Today’s decision by the WA Industrial Relations Commission brings the WA state minimum wage to $887.40 per week, an increase...
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