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Grants up to $20m to help manufacturers scale
Grants of up to $20 million are on offer to manufacturers in the food and beverage and defence sectors in a bid to help Australian companies scale. 
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Skills shortages top concern for WA businesses
WA businesses remain optimistic heading into a post-JobKeeper economic landscape, but rising skills shortages are a top concern, according to the latest CCIWA Business Confidence Survey.  
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Casual workers in spotlight under new IR laws
WA businesses have been urged to re-examine their workplace contracts after changes to the Fair Work Act came into effect on March 27 redefining the rules around casual...
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Worker shortages the biggest challenge facing WA businesses
Aaron Morey CCIWA Chief Economist Business confidence in Western Australia has remained firm, declining only slightly from the decade-highs recorded late last year, according to...
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Altas Iron's Abydos mine in the Pilbara
Atlas mulls McPhee Creek options
Atlas Iron says construction of its Miralga Creek satellite mine will start this year, but the company is remains unclear on the size and cost...
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VRX's proposed silica sand processing facility.
Silica sand project proposed near Dongara
A Perth junior company has proposed mining silica-rich sand south of Dongara and exporting the bulk commodity to offshore markets. Our WA Works content is...
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Fortescue's Solomon mine in the Pilbara
Fortescue keeps engineer on crane work
Fortescue Metals Group has awarded Monadelphous a new five-year crane services deal valued at about $150 million. Our WA Works content is only available to...
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Artist's impression of the Alinta SPS for Western Power.
Bunbury supplier wins role in AGL power rollout
Subcontractor Positive Off-Grid Solutions will work with national energy retailer AGL to roll-out standalone power systems (SPS) as part of WA’s latest hybrid energy project....
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Camco employees and Governor General Kim Beazley in the new Canning Vale workshop
Camco primed for defence work
Canning Vale engineer Camco says it has started engaging with international prime contractors as it looks to fill a new purpose-built workshop with defence work....
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Worker at Chevron's offshore Wheatstone platform
500 workers needed for Chevron maintenance work
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New Bayswater station
350 rail construction jobs up for grabs
A key project in the State Government’s multibillion-dollar Metronet rollout is gaining momentum after Acciona’s Coleman Rail briefed industry on the skills it needs for...
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Santos' proposed Barossa development concept
Santos awards Barossa FPSO deal
Santos expects to make a final investment decision on its Barossa project off the Northern Territory coast in “coming weeks” after awarding the floating production,...
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