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Mid West gas appetiser
Mitsui has appointed engineering consultant Enscope to manage a Mid West gas plant expansion that is expected to generate about 50 local construction jobs. Our...
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Consumer strike continues to hit business confidence
The slowdown in consumer spending has continued to weigh on business confidence, reinforcing concerns that Western Australia’s economy has entered the new decade in ‘survival...
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What are the leave entitlements for volunteers?
With fire season in full swing, volunteer firefighters may be called in to assist with emergency management and bushfire activities.
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Rock lobster on menu for social media ‘rock star’
Chinese TV superstar Meng Fei was treated to a trip to Rottnest Island and a special rock lobster lunch by WA’s Exporter of the Year...
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CCIWA announces Nicolle Jenkins as President
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA (CCIWA) is pleased to confirm the election of Nicolle Jenkins as President and Marcus Stafford AM as Vice...
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Lack of mentors, career paths blocks women in construction
A lack of gender diversity is forcing women out of the construction and engineering sectors, a new survey by an Australian recruitment company has found.
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Energy heavyweights are engaging
Delegates at the Australian Oil and Gas (AOG) 2020 conference in March will be able to engage with representatives from Chevron, Woodside, Shell and Santos...
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Contracts galore
CPB Contractors, Primero and SRG are big winners from the latest round of contract awards, while GenusPlus provides a new spark for ECM. Our WA...
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Morley Ellenbrook RFP next month
The State Government will issue a request for proposals in January to build the $1 billion Morley-Ellenbrook railway line, key Metronet officials confirmed at an...
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Wind shift
The first of the big turbine components for Bright Energy Investment’s $500 million Warradarge wind farm have started leaving the Australian Marine Complex in Henderson....
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Let’s get critical
WA’s embryonic rare earths industry is headed downstream, with Lynas Corporation confirming that it will start building a $500 million processing plant next year in...
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Shipping steel
Pacific Industrial Company forecasts a relatively strong market in 2020 as the local steel company seeks out new work in resources and the State Government’s...
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