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WA Works

New $6000 incentive to take on a displaced apprentice
The WA Government is offering up to $6000 to employers to take on a displaced apprentice or trainee during the COVID-19 recovery. Our WA Works...
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Dry argument for Infrastructure WA
Infrastructure WA has identified a drying climate, the uptake of renewable energy and growing populations as some of the key challenges in developing its long-term...
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BHP flags new nickel development
BHP has flagged a new nickel mine development in WA after purchasing the Honeymoon Well project from Russia’s Norilsk Nickel. Our WA Works content is...
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A regional road blitz, three-horse race and the Tonkin Gap
Our wrap of major road project developments over the past few weeks kicks off with a boost to a key South West highway as part...
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Contracts update: BHP, Fortescue, Saracen, Atlas
Mineral Resources’ contract to build a new crushing plant for BHP’s Mt Whaleback iron ore mine is expected to generate more than a hundred local...
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ICN Update: Woodside packages and movement on the railcars
There is plenty happening on the tendering front this issue, with new opportunities at a key Woodside tieback project, as well as a State Government...
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Defence shot in the arm for AMC
Defence suppliers will be big winners if the State Government’s draft infrastructure plan for the Australian Marine Complex at Henderson comes to fruition, with major...
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$2.5b of Defence refurbishments
The Federal Government says it will spend $2.5 billion over the coming decade on refreshing and redeveloping Defence facilities in WA, including several key air...
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New Pilbara port for huge salt project
BCI Minerals plans to build a new transhipment port on the Pilbara coast as part of its $779 million Mardie salt project, which could be...
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$4b urea plant forges ahead
Perdaman’s urea fertilser project has a new lease of life, with a go-ahead tipped for next year after the chemicals giant signed on a joint...
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Chevron looking to sell Shelf stake
Chevron is selling its one-sixth stake in the North West Shelf LNG joint venture, but says it is committed to helping the JV’s gas processing...
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More than $3 billion of hydrogen projects
Renewable hydrogen projects with a collective value of more than $3 billion are competing for the latest round of Federal funding, indicating the strengthening demand...
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