Ore exports at risk from marine pilot border ban

Australia’s $100bn iron ore industry is at risk of a significant slowdown as the sector’s recordbreaking run hangs on the WA government’s willingness to allow a tiny group of about 20 highly […]

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Red tape is costing jobs

Article by Staff Reporter courtesy of the West Australian Almost 400,000 additional businesses and 900,000 jobs would have been created in 2018-2019 if regulation and red tape were maintained at 2004 levels, […]

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Salt and potash project a boost to regional WA jobs

Joint media release with the Minister for Resources, Water and Northern Australia the Hon Keith Pitt MP BCI Minerals’ Mardie Salt and Potash Project, located about 100km south-west of Karratha, is expected […]

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State should thank iron ore for helping fund COVID fight

Article by Steve Thomas courtesy of the West Australian WA Treasurer Ben Wyatt wrote an opinion piece in The West Australian yesterday in which he said that the Eastern States should thank […]

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Minerals Council of Australia study suggests Federal Government reform to mining sector to create 32,000 jobs

Article by Lanai Scarr courtesy of the West Australian More than 32,000 jobs could be created in the mining sector within five years if the Federal Government cuts red tape and corporate […]

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NT gas drillers avoid a clamp

Article by Perry Williams courtesy of the Australian. Energy explorers have avoided a potential crackdown on onshore gas development in the Northern Territory with Labor’s Michael Gunner set to retain power following […]

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Migration, tax reform ‘key to revival’

Article by Geoff Chambers courtesy of the Australian Australia’s largest employer group has called for a radical overhaul of Australia’s “ill-suited and burdensome” tax system, an increase of the migration cap and […]

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We’ve spent too long taxing ourselves out of jobs

Article by Rob Scott courtesy of the Australian Today, more than at any time in recent decades, the importance of delivering more Australian jobs is clear. I speak regularly to many of […]

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BUSINESS CALLS FOR MAJOR RESTRUCTURE TO REIGNITE INVESTMENT, FUEL WORK

Article courtesy of the Australian. One of the nation’s biggest employers has urged national cabinet to prioritise reform of the antiquated tax system, saying it has been one of the key reasons […]

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Cutting red tape in project approvals can boost WA jobs

Article by Cian Hussey courtesy of the West Australian Western Australia’s prospects of becoming the fastest-growing, highest potential State in Australia after the coronavirus recession was boosted by the commitment of the […]

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