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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Could Western Australia SECEDE from the rest of the nation? How nearly all of Australia’s $100BILLION iron ore exports come from WA – $38,000 per resident – and the state could easily pay its own way

Article by Stephen Johnson courtesy of the Daily Mail Online Two-thirds of Western Australians in 1933 voted to secede to form a new nation The British Parliament didn’t accept the result and […]

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Article by Dan Webster courtesy of the Chronicle HIGH-PROFILE Toowoomba businessman Denis Wagner says the COVID-19 economic crisis has created an opportunity for Queensland to attract international investment, reset its manufacturing sector […]

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Countdown on but space industry dragged back to Earth by bureaucratic delays

Article by Amos Aikman courtesy of the Australian Three, two, one, blast-off. That’s how it’s supposed to go. But instead, space industry regulators have been “dragging the chain” on critical approvals, endangering […]

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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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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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Free business from red tape

Article by Chris Rodwell courtesy of the West Australian Cutting red tape is the kind of reform that costs taxpayers nothing, yet makes a real difference to business and delivers major results […]

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