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A tail of Talison
After months of delays, Talison has started building its tailings retreatment plant at the Greenbushes mine in the South West. Our WA Works content is...
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WA households limp into 2020
West Australians are limping across the finish line of 2019, ending the decade with subdued confidence and personal finances impacted by external factors.
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Debt discipline key to WA’s recovery
West Australians knew they were getting a surplus for Christmas, but $2.6 billion is a welcome bonus when growth and confidence in the economy are...
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CCIWA announces Aaron Morey as Chief Economist
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA (CCIWA) is today pleased to announce the appointment of Aaron Morey as its new Chief Economist, effective 6...
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Employers line up to give workers with disability the edge
Edge Employment Services held an empowering employer night last month – featuring 70 employers from across Perth who this year will help 400 people with...
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Win-win for businesses and university students
Businesses are shaping the future workforce by taking on university students as interns as part of the Work Integrated Learning (WIL) program.
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Six things to consider before the party starts
When it comes to Christmas and New Year festivities, employers’ responsibilities for the health and safety of their employees at these social events is just...
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Industrial manslaughter overshadows WHS harmonisation win
What should have been a positive step forward for WA businesses has been overshadowed by the State Government’s introduction of industrial manslaughter offences as part...
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APA hooks up more green energy
APA Group’s energy precinct in the Mid West has grown greener with the opening of its Badgingarra solar farm. Our WA Works content is only...
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Gruyere ramping up
The $621 million Gruyere gold mine has been officially opened and the joint owners expect it to produce as much as 100,000 ounces in calendar...
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Start of a billion-dollar rail project
The mechanics of the McGowan Government’s Metronet rail splurge are starting to click into gear following the award of the Yanchep and Thornlie Cockburn railway...
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BHP half-way there
The first pieces of the world’s biggest rail-mounted stackers will leave Henderson bound for the Pilbara next month after BHP notched up a construction milestone...
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