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WA Nationals say Barnaby Joyce should not stay federal leader - The Guardian

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WA Nationals say Barnaby Joyce should not stay federal leader
The Guardian
The Western Australian arm of the National party has announced it no longer has confidence in Barnaby Joyce, claiming he has become “a distraction at both federal and state level”. The largely symbolic gesture has been brushed off by Joyce, who ...
Q&A recap: The woman who finally upstaged the Barnaby Joyce affairThe Sydney Morning Herald
'I'm not going anywhere': Barnaby Joyce blasts witch hunt - The Sydney Morning HeraldThe Sydney Morning Herald

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Barnaby Joyce affair: leader hits back as WA Nationals withdraw support - The Australian

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Barnaby Joyce affair: leader hits back as WA Nationals withdraw support
The Australian
Senator Canavan said respected Ms Davies and knew her well, but had a different opinion regarding Mr Joyce. “She's done a good job over in Western Australia. She's of course entitled to her opinion and it's one I can understand, but I think the ...


Barnaby Joyce affair: Wife Natalie wants Nats leader to keep his job - The Australian

The Australian

Barnaby Joyce affair: Wife Natalie wants Nats leader to keep his job
The Australian
The phone hook-up included Nationals party officials from NSW, Queensland, Victoria and Western Australia and canvassed the political fallout over Mr Joyce's affair with Ms Campion, which has imperilled his leadership and escalated calls for his ...

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Job challenges of future may need Tony Abbott's migrant rethink - The Australian

The Australian

Job challenges of future may need Tony Abbott's migrant rethink
The Australian
Proponents of reducing our immigration rate point to assimilation problems some migrants can have when coming to Australia, as well as emerging economic challenges enlarging nation-state populations face. The arguments suggest that the world is ...

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WA's govt CIO departs amidst ongoing uncertainty - iTnews

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WA's govt CIO departs amidst ongoing uncertainty
iTnews
Western Australia's first government chief information officer Giles Nunis will depart the top job after three years at the helm of the state's digital transformation efforts. Nunis, who was charged with improving the state's IT posture by the former ...

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More jobs to go at Seven West Media, The West Australian newspaper - ABC Online

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More jobs to go at Seven West Media, The West Australian newspaper
ABC Online
WA staff at Seven West Media are waiting to find out how many of them will lose their jobs in the latest round of cost-cutting measures, as the company struggles to deal with a loss of advertising revenue across its operations. Those affected include ...
Seven West Media informs staff of 'last resort' redundanciesThe Sydney Morning Herald

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Spending in Australia is growing at the fastest pace in years - Business Insider Australia

Business Insider Australia

Spending in Australia is growing at the fastest pace in years
Business Insider Australia
Mirroring that outcome, sales also rose in every Australian state and territory, led by Victoria and New South Wales, Australia's most populous states. Spending in those locations rose by 1.4% and 1.1% respectively, outpacing gains of 1% in Western ...

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Automation sparks CBH job fears - The West Australian

The West Australian

Automation sparks CBH job fears
The West Australian
... fears of widespread job losses. The cost-cutting drive comes as CBH members will next week vote on whether to hand the 12 directors pay rises totalling $120,550. CBH chief executive Jimmy Wilson declined to speak with Countryman this week, instead ...


Opinion: War on wages has no winners - The West Australian

The West Australian

Opinion: War on wages has no winners
The West Australian
The latest job figures also contained another issue at the heart of the orthodoxy versus lived experience battle. Average hours worked per person, per month, slipped again. At the start of this century the average was more than 150 hours, or pretty ...
Higher wages confirm RBA hopes for return to normalityThe Australian

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Macarthur Minerals Adds New Potential High Grade Iron Ore Project and Attempts to Save Jobs in Western Australia ... - GlobeNewswire (press release)

GlobeNewswire (press release)

Macarthur Minerals Adds New Potential High Grade Iron Ore Project and Attempts to Save Jobs in Western Australia ...
GlobeNewswire (press release)
“With the recent announced plans to close its iron ore operations at Koolyanobbing near Southern Cross in Western Australia during 2018, Macarthur Minerals has a unique opportunity to use its nearby iron ore assets at Ularring and Mt Manning to ...

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