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More than 3000 new jobs: BHP board gives green light for $4.5 billion South Flank project - WAtoday

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More than 3000 new jobs: BHP board gives green light for $4.5 billion South Flank project
WAtoday
BHP will invest nearly $4 billion in a new mine in WA's Pilbara, announcing the move to push ahead with the South Flank project, which will replace its aging Yandi mine and is tipped to create thousands of jobs. The miner's board approved the move on ...
BHP approves $4.7b South Flank project in WA to replace Yandi ...ABC News
BHP's $4.5bn South Flank mine to create 3100 jobsAustralian Mining
BHP approves $4.5b South Flank iron ore mine in Western AustraliaThe Australian Financial Review

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BHP announce new $4.7 billion iron ore mine in the Pilbara highlighting jobs growth in WA - The West Australian

The West Australian

BHP announce new $4.7 billion iron ore mine in the Pilbara highlighting jobs growth in WA
The West Australian
Resources giant BHP last night pressed the button on a new $4.7 billion iron ore mine in the Pilbara which it says will employ 2500 people during construction and 600 when operational. The announcement came as further evidence emerged that the WA jobs ...


More than 500 mine, port jobs saved in Koolyanobbing takeover - WAtoday

WAtoday

More than 500 mine, port jobs saved in Koolyanobbing takeover
WAtoday
Less than a month before hundreds of WA workers were set to lose their jobs, a WA company has swept in and bought the Koolyanobbing mining operation. US mining giant Cleveland-Cliffs flagged its plans to cease mining operations in Australia earlier ...

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Telstra to axe 8000 jobs, intensify cost cutting as it reaches 'tipping point' - The Australian

The Australian

Telstra to axe 8000 jobs, intensify cost cutting as it reaches 'tipping point'
The Australian
“In an industry which is booming, Telstra has clearly chosen to prioritise short term profits to keep shareholders happy, instead of investing in the future of Australia's network,'' he said. Mr Murphy said the plan to hive off Telstra's network of ...
Telstra to slash at least 8000 jobs, create new 'InfraCo' businessComputerworld Australia

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Local jobs promised at BHP's new $4.8b South Flank iron ore mine in WA's Pilbara - PerthNow

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Local jobs promised at BHP's new $4.8b South Flank iron ore mine in WA's Pilbara
PerthNow
BHP will adopt a strong local procurement and jobs focus with its $4.8 billion South Flank iron ore project in the Pilbara, says the mining giant's Australian president Mike Henry. Speaking to reporters yesterday after BHP's board formally approved the ...


Key WA tourism contract awarded to a Queensland-based company - WAtoday

WAtoday

Key WA tourism contract awarded to a Queensland-based company
WAtoday
The state government has fought off criticism for awarding a key WA toursim contract to an eastern states company. Management of the Western Australian Visitor Centre will be handed to Queensland company The Tourism Group next month, after a tender ...


Highest wages in Australia: The surprising North West shire with the ... - WAtoday

WAtoday

Highest wages in Australia: The surprising North West shire with the ...
WAtoday
It takes about 16 hours to drive the 1500 kilometres from Perth to the Shire of Ashburton in Western Australia's North West. The local government of about 13,000 ...

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Victoria is aiming to get the space agency while WA is willing to take submarine jobs - The Advertiser

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Victoria is aiming to get the space agency while WA is willing to take submarine jobs
The Advertiser
Western Australia is “ready, willing and able” to take over SA's submarine sustainment work and Victoria has formally bid to house the nation's new space agency. With thousands of jobs and billions of dollars on the line, other states are all angling ...

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Kambos: Jobs in doubt as WA retailer goes under - 9news.com.au

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Kambos: Jobs in doubt as WA retailer goes under
9news.com.au
Western Australian electronics retailer Kambos has gone into administration, with all three of its Perth stores closing immediately. Administrators Hall Chadwick have confirmed they are handing the company's finances. The move could leave more than 120 ...
120 jobs in limbo after home appliance and electronic store Kambo's ...The West Australian

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Rio Tinto receives infrastructure for completion of $2.6bn Amrun project - Australian Mining

Australian Mining

Rio Tinto receives infrastructure for completion of $2.6bn Amrun project
Australian Mining
Rio Tinto Amrun project general manager Marcia Hanrahan said, “The infrastructure has created employment on both sides of Australia with fabrication and part-commissioning of the modules generating 150 jobs for West Australians and 100 jobs for ...


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