A luxury British fashion label is today opening a multimillion-dollar new store in Brisbane, defying the dire retail downturn.
Australia’s effective unemployment rate — that also includes people who have opted against searching for work as the economy shrinks — is almost double the official jobless level.
Chevron and Woodside have come under fire for not returning their fly-in, fly-out staff and contractors to pre-COVID rosters despite no evidence of community transmission of the virus in WA.
JobKeeper, which is covering more than 900,000 organisations nationally, including more than 85,000 in WA, is set to end in September with little detail as to what will come next.
Perth’s 20-somethings are turning to the equivalent of Tinder for homebuyers as they attempt to enter a market they have long felt priced out of.
More than a million in new venture capital funding, notwithstanding the current COVID-19 crisis, has the ring of music for an Adelaide acoustic specialist.
Santos will study whether hydrogen production in the Cooper Basin is a viable option, with answers to come soon.
THE red tape and sluggish approvals process holding NT’s resources sector back would be slashed and streamlined under Territory Alliance’s plan to boost the economy through mining.
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The economic impact of closed international borders as the global pandemic rages may not be as detrimental as initially feared.
It is understood an underground worker was involved in an incident in which the loader the worker was operating early yesterday morning fell 25m over an edge at the Dervish mine.
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The Colonnades Shopping Centre will host a new therapy hub for people with special needs by October, says the well-known charity behind the first facility of its kind.
Months after it was listed, MasterChef judge Jock Zonfrillo’s spectacular $1.2m home in the Adelaide Hills is still on the market.
More than 7000 South Australians have registered interest in the Federal Government’s HomeBuilder grant, which local builders say, is sparking a surge in new home sales.
A VISIONARY plan to connect the NT to the national electricity grid and build the Territory’s footing in the burgeoning hydrogen market is part of the CLP’s energy plan, should the party take government.
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A plan for a controversial four-storey apartment and restaurant complex at the Yelo site in Trigg has been knocked back after locals claimed it would be incompatible with the area’s ‘beach vibes’.
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The amount of superannuation withdrawn under the Federal Government’s early access scheme has already exceeded forecasts with another 10 weeks left for people to access their money.
After a four-month waiting game, more than 1400 West Aussies will head back to work on Thursday when Optus Stadium hosts its first major event since Queen and Adam Lambert in late February.
Adelaide’s biggest patent and trademark attorney firm is backing the state’s bright ideas, which it says, can help revive the economy following the COVID-19 crisis.
The COVID-19 pandemic has smashed shopping centres, with southeast Queensland recording the highest retail vacancy rate in Australia.
A children’s fashion boutique that once sold party dresses for $150 and $75 baby hoodies in an upmarket Brisbane suburb has cleared its shelves and closed the doors. It sits adjacent to a famous retail strip now blighted by ‘for lease’ signs.
Troy Resources has tabled impressive results from the Smarts deposit at its Karouni gold operations in South America.
Calidus Resources is set to kick off an initial round of regional drilling at its recently acquired Otways gold-copper project in the Pilbara.
A top Brisbane executive, who was placed on gardening leave after telling his employer he was resigning, started in a new role at an ASX listed company today after winning a Supreme Court battle.
A major technology Brisbane firm has come under fire from overseas researchers, who claim they used accounting sleight of hand to create the illusion of growth and camouflage problems last year. But the firm has hit back.
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