The national competition regulator looms as a major hurdle to the Buckeridge family’s market-dominating purchase of Midland Brick.
The brickmaker has been sold for a second time in just 13 months, with a residential redevelopment of the Middle Swan site still on the cards.
Thousands of WA businesses risk missing out on other wage support when they transition off JobKeeper in less than two weeks time, warns WA’s peak business group.
The miner predicts the new Newcastlemax vessels will reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 30 per cent per journey between WA and China from 2022.
An advanced manufacturing hub in WA’s South West is a step closer to becoming a reality, with the State Government today committing $485,000 towards a feasibility study.
Danielle Le Messurier
Global political issues, particularly in Asia, were now “encroaching” into business, according to a Asia-Pacific commerce expert.
A free trade agreement between Australia and India would be a step in the right direction to open up more business opportunities between the two countries, according to local WA business owners.
The builder’s payouts include a partial return of the proceeds from last year’s exit from caravan manufacturing
Shipbuilder Austal sees rising defence work underpinning its $4 billion order book for some time yet
The shipbuilder is set to expand its US footprint with a multimillion-dollar deal to snap up more land and facilities neighbouring its existing base in Alabama.
The rare earths producer is not expecting a looming labour shortage affecting construction of a proposed cracking and leaching plant in the Goldfields which must be up and running by mid-2023.
BlueScope Steel has reported profit dropped 90 per cent for the full year amid weaker demand and challenging conditions due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The WA Government will look into manufacturing wind turbine components as part of a move towards greater self-sufficiency following the coronavirus crisis
Sarah Makse and Liam Croy
Railcar maintenance, waste processing and the manufacture of battery materials have been identified as potential future WA industries that will share in more than $92 million in funding.
Electric scooter maker benefits from lockdowns as food and parcel delivery services take off.
A new report by Deloitte Access Economics has hosed down suggestions of a recovery in Australian manufacturing in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Unions say 30 Filipino trainees stranded in Perth because of coronavirus restrictions are earning just $90 a day, or less than half the minimum wage.
Privately owned civil construction contractor Ertech Holdings is set to press the button on a $60 million float of its engineering remediation group Duratec.
Boeing boss Dave Calhoun told staff in a memo to expect more job losses as the plane maker revealed it would cut monthly production rates on a number of models.
The 777X is a major upgrade of the popular 777-300ER and incorporates 787 composite technology and a new engine from General Electric.
Renewable energy technologies are centre stage in the $5.5 billion recovery plan, but local businesses say WA would enjoy better long-term jobs growth if funding was pumped into local manufacturing.
Imports of military-grade equipment have dwindled in Australia during the pandemic as global product lines have been significantly disrupted and transport costs have soared.
BlueScope Steel has flagged a hit in second-half earnings amid weaker demand and challenging conditions due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Woodside Petroleum says oil production levels are recovering from the initial COVID-19 shock.
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