WA-first for mining jobs a welcome step

Editorial content by WAN Editor-in-Chief Anthony De Ceglie courtesy of the West Australian

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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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National Farmers Federation’s blueprint for agriculture-led recovery

Article by Richard Ferguson courtesy of the Australian. Australia’s farmers want industrial relations rules simplified, export fees waived, cuts to green tape and millions poured into regional infrastructure in order to spark […]

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Roy Hill delivers for Rinehart

2 November 2017 The West Australian By Stuart McKinnon Gina Rinehart’s Roy Hill Holdings is celebrating its maiden annual profit, marking the first full year of commercial production from its $US10 billion […]

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Article – Arrow Energy receives Federal approval for CSG pipeline

9 October 2014 Cole Latimer Australian Mining The Federal Government has approved Arrow Energy’s EIS for its massive coal seam gas pipeline. The 580 kilometre long high pressure gas transmission pipeline is designed […]

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Article – Jobs hope as mine tax gets axe

3 September 2014 Shane Wright The West Australian The resources sector believes there will be a surge in jobs and investment after the mining tax was finally killed by Federal Parliament yesterday. […]

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Article – Bad broadband getting in the way of regional business growth

26 August 2014 Kimmaree Thompson The Northern Star WHILE only 32% of Australians call regional Australia home; 67% of Australia’s exports come from the regions. Regional Development Northern Rivers has just launched […]

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Article – WA faces shift in job skills demand

21 August 2014 Shane Wright and Gareth Parker The West Australian WA will have to find another 300,000 workers over the next decade and they will need to have farming, teaching or […]

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Article – NT population greying amid 'escalator migration' of Australians nearing retirement, researchers say

1 August 2014 James Purtill ABC News Australians nearing retirement are taking higher paying jobs in the Northern Territory to maximise superannuation returns, researchers say. Dubbed “escalator migration”, the phenomenon is one […]

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Article – Roy Hill hits construction halfway mark

30 July 2014 Cole Latimer Ferret The Roy Hill iron ore mine has hit a milestone, reaching the construction halfway point. The mine has been ramping up progress at the site since […]

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