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Appointment of WA Cabinet
Chris Rodwell CCIWA CEO The Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA welcomes the appointment of the new Western Australian Cabinet today.
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Senate report backs CCIWA’s IR agenda
CCIWA’s input into the Fair Work (FW) amendment Bill currently being debated in Parliament has been highlighted by a bipartisan committee.
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Expanded loan scheme, new tourism grants as JobKeeper end nears
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) struggling due to COVID-19 can borrow up to $5 million under an expanded Federal Government loan scheme.
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Up to $480k for female-founded startups
Female startup founders can now apply for Australian Government grants between $25,000 and $480,000 to expand into domestic and global markets.
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Your to-do list as JobKeeper ends
The JobKeeper scheme is set to end on 28 March 2021.  If you’re currently receiving JobKeeper or utilising the temporary flexibilities available via the Fair...
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Main Roads consortium finishes Gudai-Darri bridge
A joint venture of Clough and Acciona has completed the $23.5 million Great Northern Highway Bridge project for Main Roads that will accommodate Rio Tinto’s...
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Macmahon clinches $650m Red 5 deal
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Premier Mark McGowan and Rio Tinto Managing Director Pilbara Mines Matthew Holcz look over the Mt Tom Price mine at the launch of the hospital project.
Rio chips in for new hospital
Rio Tinto will contribute more than half the cost of a new $32.8 million hospital planned for Tom Price in the Pilbara. Our WA Works...
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Austal ready and willing for new defence work
New Austal CEO Patrick Gregg tells WA Works the Henderson-based company wants to be part of Defence’s acquisition of new fleets of landing craft –...
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Tanker loading LNG from Woodside's Pluto
Woodside’s carbon warning, Chevron’s momentum
Woodside has warned suppliers to expect a stricter accounting on carbon, as well as costs, as it targets approval of the $14 billion Scarborough to...
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Wheatstone Ashburton
Chevron keeps EnerMech on board
UK-based EnerMech has extended its WA relationship with Chevron after winning a five year deal to provide a range of integrated services to the LNG...
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C-series railcar
Get on board Byford, Armadale EOI
The State Government’s next big Metronet project is poised to leave the station with a short-listed bidder for both the Byford rail extension and inner...
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