Telstra will lift its payout to shareholders for the first time in seven years despite booking a near-5 per cent fall in profit for the last financial year to $1.8 billion.
An agribusiness report into intergenerational report has found more than three quarters of farmers are optimistic about the future of farming.
Prices that US consumers pay for a variety of goods and services rose 8.5 per cent in July from a year ago, a slowing pace from the previous month due largely to a drop in petrol prices.
Several decades may have passed since family-owned Unique Metals began as a backyard business but it is no stranger to the same economic headwinds that at times, have presented opportunities for growth.
Perth-bred Leon Farrant plans to fill a niche in the battery recycling market, saying the global green energy transition would drive increasing interest in the re-use of the energy source.
Office occupancy rates plunged in most major Australian cities in July as COVID-19 cases spiked across the country.
Former prime minister Kevin Rudd says the United States had ‘not been wise’ in sending Nancy Pelosi to the embattled island.
The WA-led campaign to end sexual harassment in the mining industry will head to Brisbane on Thursday when the Federal Resources Minister plans to tell a roundtable it is time for the sector to ‘wake up’.
Kellie Balaam and Josh Zimmerman
A Northbridge hotel flooded by fly-in, fly-out workers using it as their metropolitan base will undergo a major facelift, if State planners back the owner’s plans.
Nineteen groups have signed a joint statement against uranium mining in WA as the $658 million merger of Deep Yellow and Vimy Resources plans to move forward with developing its Kalgoorlie-Boulder mine.
Neil Watkinson & Stuart McKinnon
Pure Battery Technologies has awarded a contract for the feasibility study into its proposed $460 million Goldfields battery metals refinery hub to international resources consulting firm Worley.
The Beaconsfield ‘Bronx’ redevelopment has been paused as the State Government struggles to get bidders for construction work. But that’s plain as day to residents, surrounded by boarded up houses.
Rebecca Le May
Radio 6PR host Liam Bartlett is opposed to group homes opposite his house having clear glass on their balconies because he doesn’t want to look at their washing.
A federal review says industry should be allowed to trade away some emissions using environment projects located overseas.
The insurance crisis poses a huge threat to Australian shows, fetes, and festivals, the industry says, and there's only one solution to ensure its durability.
US stocks closed higher as cooling inflation raises hopes the Fed will be more conservative with interest rates when it meets next month.
Herbert Lash and Bansari Mayur Kamdar
In tonight’s show, Ben Harvey exposes what really happens at Diggers and Dealers and reveals the real reason organisers will never move the event from Kalgoorlie.
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The carrier is stepping up recruitment and introducing sweeteners to retain its pilots after losing crew to overseas airlines.
After two years of being squeezed by COVID, the boss of WA-based craft brewer Good Drinks Australia says the hospitality industry finally has some “clear air”.
Danielle Le Messurier
Investors should eschew chasing recent rallies in stocks and bonds given the current economic uncertainty, according to the chief investment officer of Swiss asset manager Prime Partners.
After a successful maiden drill program in the neighbourhood, Lanthanein Resources has launched a heritage survey at the company’s Lyons rare earths project in WA’s Gascoyne region.
The green energy transition will favour companies with existing infrastructure that can be scaled into renewables as oil and gas continues to decline, according to Infinite Green Energy chair Peter Coleman.
Torque Metals has restarted RC drilling at its flagship Paris gold project near Kalgoorlie in WA as the company aims to test east and west extensions of recent discoveries along the Boulder-Lefroy fault zone.
Brightstar Resources has increased its gold inventory to 252,100 ounces at the company’s Cork Tree Well gold project near Laverton in WA as the explorer moves closer to potential production.
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