The Chamber of Minerals and Energy of Western Australia this morning held their 114th annual summit where delegates discussed the current state of play and difficult operating environment for the mineral and resource industry.
The proposed Kintyre Uranium Mine has been conditionally approved by Federal Environment Minister Greg Hunt.
Following on from the previous Business Q&A, PERTHNOW has released an interview with the managing director of building and finance giant ABN Group
The Advocate has today released a list that details a significant number of Tasmanian projects either under way or in the pipeline.
The Deloitte 2015 Tracking The Trends report highlights the predictions for miners in 2015 along with proposed responses.
As a part of a series of interviews with leading business owners in Western Australia, PERTHNOW today released their Q&A with Ralph Sarich, a property investor and orbital engine inventor.
Apply today to register your interest for the Carmichael Coal mine with an estimated 5000+ mine construction jobs and a further 4000 mine jobs once in full production.
Although you would have heard of girls like Ginny, she’s definitely one-of-a-kind. Born on April 10th 2010, Ginny’s favourite meal consists of chicken and rice dog food – and she just so happens to be a Dutch Shepherd.
Thanks to the progress on the new Perth Stadium and Sports Precinct, thousands of new jobs are in the pipeline for the three year project.
The Alpha Coal Mine in the Galilee Basin is now being considered for a judicial review, leaving job seekers questioning whether the project will now go ahead.