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BHP apprenticeship pledge and METS business support package
BHP has pledged to pour $800 million into training 3500 new apprentices and trainees, as well as bolstering the nation’s mining, equipment, technology and services...
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Green light for Atlas mine
Gina Rinehart’s Atlas Iron has received a green light from the Environmental Protection Authority to build a new satellite iron ore mine near Marble Bar....
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A big battery to flatten the duck curve
Synergy is calling for suppliers to provide information to help build one of Australia’s biggest lithium-ion batteries at the Kwinana power station in Perth’s south....
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Fortescue update: $61m of new contracts 
Iron ore miner Fortescue has awarded new construction contracts at its existing Solomon production hub along with the new Iron Bridge magnetite project in the...
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Pilbara gold mine to cost $120m
Calidus Resources has increased the budgeted cost for its Warrawoona gold project to $120 million as it paves the way for major construction from early...
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Contracts: SRG at Worsley, Pindan at RAAF Base Pearce 
Perth engineer SRG Global will be providing services at South32’s Worsley alumina refinery late into this decade after signing two contracts with a combined value...
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Building hydrogen super buses
US-based Hyzon Motors says it will collaborate with WA company WarpForge to build a prototype “Super Bus” that could lead to hundreds of hydrogen-powered buses...
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Federal Budget a strong prescription for economic shock 
Today’s Federal Budget grapples with the most severe economic shock in living memory, and provides a powerful prescription for businesses to recover.   In this pandemic Budget, the Federal Government’s...
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$75,000 to help SMEs avoid underpayments
The WA Government will bolster CCIWA’s mission to help businesses avoid employee underpayments through a $75,000 grant.
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$1.2 bn apprentice wage subsidy will help rebuild WA skill base
Chris Rodwell CCIWA CEO The Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA (CCIWA) welcomes the strong focus of the Morrison Government on repairing Australia’s pipeline of...
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WA’s tourism sector gets $8.7m boost
WA’s tourism sector will receive an $8.7 million boost from the State Government to help it survive COVID-19 travel restrictions.
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$1.2bn wage subsidy for new apprentices
The Federal Government says it will introduce a 50 per cent wage subsidy for businesses taking on a new apprentice from today. Our WA Works...
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