US job growth accelerated in November according to the country's Labor Department.
New data from PropTrack shows which suburbs saw the biggest price hikes this year, and which are Australia’s most expensive overall.
There could be scandals and headlines in decades to come thanks to plans unveiled by the Albanese Government this week to create a pervasive new class of modestly-qualified financial advisers.
Competition concerns, political intrigue and shareholder value: The West Australian looks in-depth at the potential $80 billion Santos and Woodside mega-deal.
Matt Mckenzie, Adrian Rauso and Adrian Lowe
When the Boomtown Rats, an Irish band, released “I Don’t Like Mondays” in 1979, the song became an instant hit.
Rio Tinto does the right thing after big boss Dominic Barton’s visit thwarts Wesfarmers’ Christmas party plans.
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The University of Western Australia’s childcare centre will be put up for sale after being handed over to administrators.
West Australians were careful to not to overspend during the Black Friday sales last month in another sign higher inflation and interest rates are weighing heavily on household budgets.
APM Human Services’ share price has extended its gradual descent since listing on the ASX more than two years ago, dipping to a new low during the week.
A formerly high-powered female executive has been charged with corruption after an investigation into her business practices.
A tie-up between WA’s two aspiring vanadium players is the “most logical consolidation in the mining industry” their CEOs say, but they face an uphill battle convincing shareholders.
This week’s Bulls N’ Bears profiled ASX runner is … Compumedics. Its shares more than doubled this week to join fellow movers and shakers in Alterity Therapeutics, Lanthanein Resources and Global Oil & Gas.
Roger Cook has hit back after Andrew Forrest urged him to take aim at Woodside’s chief executive over the oil and gas giant’s carbon emissions, pointing out the damage his whole sector inflicts on the planet.
Rebecca Le May
The Regional Joint Development Assessment Panel has approved Synergy’s plans for a 500 megawatt battery system just north of Collie Power Station.
Sean Van Der Wielen
WA has proven it is highly entrepreneurial with a strong risk appetite, but a Perth-based investor says the State must now drive innovation beyond mining, property and agriculture.
Federal Resources Minister Madeleine King says she is ‘disgusted and appalled’ after Andrew Forrest doubled down on claims that the heads of fossil fuel bosses should be ‘put up on spikes’.
One Hollywood A-lister has revealed he uses an Aussie influencer’s fitness app “five times a week” to achieve his incredible physique.
Members of the Maritime Union of Australia’s WA branch have voted overwhelmingly in support of taking part in stoppages and bans in a fight for higher pay from employer BAE Systems.
Interest rates could stay higher for longer, economists say, after the Reserve Bank board and Treasurer Jim Chalmers signed a new statement on the conduct of monetary policy.
Australians have been warned to be conscious of their power bill as summertime temperatures break records.
Roger Cook has backed the Albanese Government’s controversial industrial relations law changes, rejecting big business complaints that they were pushed through with no opportunity for public consultation.
Rebecca Le May and Jake Dietsch
A maiden mineral resource estimate is emerging on Future Battery Minerals’ horizon for its Lone Mountain project in Nevada as the company sets sail on a new reverse-circulation drilling campaign.
The Reserve Bank has issued a stark warning about the number of Australians at risk of financial despair in the months ahead.
The SA energy minister has blasted the idea that Santos and Woodside may merge, suggesting the WA energy major was being opportunistic and ‘wanting to buy an SA company cheap’.
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