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Gruyere gold mine to provide hundreds of FIFO jobs - PerthNow
Gruyere gold mine to provide hundreds of FIFO jobs  PerthNow

A new WA mine is hoping a family-friendly roster will entice hundreds of workers to a new fly in, fly out mine in the Goldfields.


Working hard or hardly working? Here's 9 of the coolest jobs you can get on a working holiday visa in Western Australia - Skyscanner News
Working hard or hardly working? Here's 9 of the coolest jobs you can get on a working holiday visa in Western Australia  Skyscanner News

Wrangling camels, swimming with dolphins and living in the outback: find out how a working holiday visa Australia lets you live the dream and get paid for it.


WA's economy is growing, but that doesn't mean it's easy to find a job - WAtoday
WA's economy is growing, but that doesn't mean it's easy to find a job  WAtoday

An Uber driver earlier this week said that he could feel the economy getting stronger. People were happier, he said, were more often using his services to go ...


Education graduates face challenges head-on of teaching in remote and regional areas - ABC News
Education graduates face challenges head-on of teaching in remote and regional areas  ABC News

A teaching job in remote and regional Western Australia can be daunting given the small classrooms of mixed-age students and living in tiny towns, where every ...


Jobs boost as Rio Tinto green lights new $3.5b Pilbara mine at Koodaideri - The West Australian
Jobs boost as Rio Tinto green lights new $3.5b Pilbara mine at Koodaideri  The West Australian

Rio Tinto has given the green light for a $3.5 billion investment in its new Koodaideri iron ore mine, replacing depleted capacity elsewhere and creating 600 ...


Companies still face hurdles after WA fracking moratorium is lifted - ABC News
Companies still face hurdles after WA fracking moratorium is lifted  ABC News

Lifting a state-wide moratorium on fracking in Western Australia will lead to very few new jobs, despite hopes and promises of economic benefits, ...


Australia's defence sector grows with exports of radar systems - Manufacturers' Monthly
Australia's defence sector grows with exports of radar systems  Manufacturers' Monthly

A major milestone has been reached on Australia's journey to become a top ten global defence exporter. The Australian government department of defence has ...


WA government cancelled MP briefing on economic research critical of fracking - WAtoday
WA government cancelled MP briefing on economic research critical of fracking  WAtoday

A briefing for WA government MPs on a report into the economics of fracking was cancelled even after the report authors had already flown to Perth.


Up to 40 public service jobs go regional in more decentralisation - The Sydney Morning Herald
Up to 40 public service jobs go regional in more decentralisation  The Sydney Morning Herald

Up to 40 jobs at Aboriginal Hostels Limited will be moved across the country to towns in Queensland, the Northern Territory and Western Australia. The positions ...


7 Mining: Resolute Mining says State Government decision will help gold mine expansion - Townsville Bulletin
7 Mining: Resolute Mining says State Government decision will help gold mine expansion  Townsville Bulletin

A STATE Government decision will keep a gold mine operating and hundreds of people in work for at least the next 13 years. Resolute Mining's Ravenswood ...


Rental rates dropped in bid to get more miners into WA's salty lakes - The Sydney Morning Herald
Rental rates dropped in bid to get more miners into WA's salty lakes  The Sydney Morning Herald

The state government has moved to help expand WA's mining sector into brine mining by offering a drastic reduction in rental rates for brine industry projects.


Kohli under fire after Perth Test defeat - Western Advocate
Kohli under fire after Perth Test defeat  Western Advocate

India legend Sunil Gavaskar has taken a swipe at Virat Kohli, saying India should consider appointing a new captain if they lose the series against Australia.


Western Australia is being opened to fracking on misleading and ill-founded grounds - The Guardian
Western Australia is being opened to fracking on misleading and ill-founded grounds  The Guardian

The response to the announcement by premier Mark McGowan that Western Australia would be opened up to fracking has been first disbelief, followed by anger ...


Top 5 Western Australia road trips to drive before you die - Skyscanner News
Top 5 Western Australia road trips to drive before you die  Skyscanner News

From bright pink lakes to rugged moonscapes, add these five Western Australia road trips to your bucket list and discover some of the most breathtaking scenery ...


Skyscanner Edit: Best Deals to Western Australia this January - Skyscanner News
Skyscanner Edit: Best Deals to Western Australia this January  Skyscanner News

Find the best flight deals from the UK to Perth Australia this winter. Cheap flights to Western Australia are available from a range of British airports, so you can ...


Shopping hours riddle needs an answer - The West Australian
Shopping hours riddle needs an answer  The West Australian

When Mark McGowan took over from Eric Ripper as WA Labor leader in 2012, he came out swinging on an issue he felt his party needed to shake off in order to ...


Labor calls for employers to be jailed under industrial manslaughter laws - The Guardian
Labor calls for employers to be jailed under industrial manslaughter laws  The Guardian

Kelly O'Dwyer accuses Labor of 'secret deal' with unions that would lead to 'industrial conflict and chaos'


WA's Harvest Road to spend $50m on large scale 'free-range' intensive feeding model - Beef Central
WA's Harvest Road to spend $50m on large scale 'free-range' intensive feeding model  Beef Central

WESTERN Australia's Harvest Road beef supply chain plans to spend up to $50 million developing a large-scale integrated backgrounding and intensive ...


When is the best time to visit friends and family living in Western Australia? - Skyscanner News
When is the best time to visit friends and family living in Western Australia?  Skyscanner News

In partnership with. Someone you love has taken the leap and moved to Western Australia. Every time you Skype they can't stop banging on about how great it is ...


WA on front foot in future economy | University News - University News: The University of Western Australia
WA on front foot in future economy | University News  University News: The University of Western Australia

This article is reprinted with permission from The West Australian. It was first published 1/12/18 in The Weekend West which is published every Saturday.


Engineering firm RCR Tomlinson goes into administration soon after raising $100m - ABC News
Engineering firm RCR Tomlinson goes into administration soon after raising $100m  ABC News

The big Perth-based engineering and construction company RCR Tomlinson has gone into administration just months after raising $100 million in *fresh* capital ...


WA premier defends embattled corrections minister amid cabinet reshuffle - WAtoday
WA premier defends embattled corrections minister amid cabinet reshuffle  WAtoday

Premier Mark McGowan has defended embattled corrections minister Fran Logan during an announcement of a mid-term reshuffle of his cabinet, saying the ...


Antarctic jobs up for grabs, with 'life changing experience' to be had - ABC News
Antarctic jobs up for grabs, with 'life changing experience' to be had  ABC News

Ever thought about working in Antarctica? The views are incredible and the experience like no other — plus, you may even find love, just like Lisa and Chris.


Scotland’s 'poaching' of WA nurses shines light on labour problem - WAtoday
Scotland’s 'poaching' of WA nurses shines light on labour problem  WAtoday

Scotland's National Health *Service* hit headlines for allegedly "poaching" WA nurses in a recruitment drive this week. But the topic of graduate program ...


Most West Aussies not prepared for bushfire - The West Australian
Most West Aussies not prepared for bushfire  The West Australian

A new survey has found just 16 per cent of WA residents have a plan ready to enact in the event of a fire.


Administration Assistant (WA Centre For Rural Health) - The Conversation AU
Administration Assistant (WA Centre For Rural Health)  The Conversation AU

School of Population and Global Health WACRH: WA Centre for Rural Health. Karratha based; Level 4 part-time 0.5 FTE (37.5 hrs/fortnight) appointment on a 24 ...


Research Associate / Research Fellow (Restoration Ecophysiology) - The Conversation AU
Research Associate / Research Fellow (Restoration Ecophysiology)  The Conversation AU

2 year research intensive appointment; Full time hours (or part time work arrangement is available); Salary range: Level A $68,452 - $92,497 p.a. or Level B ...


Mining boom boosted by $75b investment - PerthNow
Mining boom boosted by $75b investment  PerthNow

There will be thousands of jobs associated with these projects. Too many for just Western Australians to fill.”


Fracking ban lifted by WA Government, but Perth, Peel and South West to remain 'frack free' - ABC News
Fracking ban lifted by WA Government, but Perth, Peel and South West to remain 'frack free'  ABC News

The WA Government lifts a moratorium on hydraulic fracturing but says it will maintain a ban in the Perth, Peel and South West regions, with the move dividing ...


Western Australia's mining industry calls for foreign workers to fill "skills shortage" - Xinhua | English.news.cn - Xinhua
Western Australia's mining industry calls for foreign workers to fill "skills shortage" - Xinhua | English.news.cn  Xinhua

SYDNEY, Dec. 18 (Xinhua) -- Western Australia's (WA) mining and resources sector is in the midst of a "skills shortage," Chamber of Minerals and Energy of WA ...


Palmer’s CITIC battle ‘endangers 3000 jobs’ - The Australian
Palmer’s CITIC battle ‘endangers 3000 jobs’  The Australian

West Australian Premier Mark McGowan has launched an attack on Clive Palmer, threatening to alter a key contract in the hope of solving the latest dispute ...


Perdaman and Woodside sign 20-year gas deal for $4.5 billion urea plant - The West Australian
Perdaman and Woodside sign 20-year gas deal for $4.5 billion urea plant  The West Australian

A $4.5 billion fertiliser plant in the Pilbara that will create more than 2000 construction jobs moved closer to reality today with Perdaman signing up for 20 years ...


Alcoa locks in BHP, Chevron and Woodside gas deals - Australian Mining
Alcoa locks in BHP, Chevron and Woodside gas deals  Australian Mining

Alcoa has secured gas supply agreements with three leading producers that will cover 25 per cent of its requirements in Western Australia from 2020.


Western Australia set for $4.3b urea plant after Woodside gas deal - The Australian Financial Review
Western Australia set for $4.3b urea plant after Woodside gas deal  The Australian Financial Review

A 20-year gas supply deal struck between Woodside Petroleum and Perdaman has lifted the prospects for a fertilisers plant in WA.


Afghani community supports family of murder victim Ibrahim Hotak - The Advertiser
Afghani community supports family of murder victim Ibrahim Hotak  The Advertiser

The Afghani community throughout the state are rallying behind a popular Adelaide father allegedly murdered by his close friend during an Outback road trip.


Mining jobs, WA: Migrant workers flown in to fill thousands of vacancies - The Advertiser
Mining jobs, WA: Migrant workers flown in to fill thousands of vacancies  The Advertiser

FIVE years after Australia celebrated its biggest mining boom in history, the limping industry is picking up again — but this time around it seems like Aussies ...


Lost his job, about to lose his house – and this WA man is not alone - WAtoday
Lost his job, about to lose his house – and this WA man is not alone  WAtoday

Ray* is a rural West Australian who lost his job around 18 months ago and hasn't been able to find another one. He had to move out of his house and rent a ...


State by state: A November update on Australia's property markets - SmartCompany.com.au
State by state: A November update on Australia's property markets  SmartCompany.com.au

It's been another interesting month in our property markets. Australians have the highest median wealth in the world, and our economic fundamentals are ...


How Australia Is Looking to Develop a Hydrogen Economy - Greentech Media News
How Australia Is Looking to Develop a Hydrogen Economy  Greentech Media News

Policymakers see hydrogen as key carrier for exporting renewable energy.


A new skills shortage looms in Western Australia as fears of automation turns workers away - ABC News
A new skills shortage looms in Western Australia as fears of automation turns workers away  ABC News

Employment recruiters say scary and misunderstood reports of automation killing off jobs are contributing to a new skills shortage in Western Australia as ...


Mining jobs, WA: Why Australians don’t want to fill vacancies - Herald Sun
Mining jobs, WA: Why Australians don’t want to fill vacancies  Herald Sun

HEARING of suicides every week, knowing their relationship is breaking down — but having no reception to even try and fix it — and watching their mates spiral ...


Year in review: 2018 Australian property market - Yahoo7 News
Year in review: 2018 Australian property market  Yahoo7 News

2018 will go down as the year of the biggest downturns in our property markets for many years.


Best WA jobs figures in three years - The West Australian
Best WA jobs figures in three years  The West Australian

Employment across WA has reached its highest level in three years, with new figures showing the jobs market strengthening. The Australian Bureau of Statistics ...


'My own son cannot get a job now': Sydney's Sudanese hit by Melbourne 'ripple effect' - The Sydney Morning Herald
'My own son cannot get a job now': Sydney's Sudanese hit by Melbourne 'ripple effect'  The Sydney Morning Herald

As Melbourne's Sudanese community fought to defend itself this year from blanket accusations of gang violence, the ripple effect was felt hundred of kilometres ...


WA tops the nation in jobs market with growth in full-time employment - PerthNow
WA tops the nation in jobs market with growth in full-time employment  PerthNow

WA has the nation's strongest job market with thousands of people finding full-time work as the State's economic recovery gains traction. Bureau of Statistics ...


Perth loses appeal for locals as jobs dry up - The West Australian
Perth loses appeal for locals as jobs dry up  The West Australian

Perth people are less satisfied with their city than they used to be but most still believe it is a good place to raise a family and want to stay long term.


Alice C. Chopper - Yakima Herald-Republic
Alice C. Chopper  Yakima Herald-Republic

Alice C. Chopper of Sunnyside passed away peacefully on December 16, 2018, surrounded by her loving family.


AU: Queensland and Western Australian state governments to help expand horticulture opportunities - FreshPlaza.com
AU: Queensland and Western Australian state governments to help expand horticulture opportunities  FreshPlaza.com

FreshPlaza is the number one portal for the *fresh* produce industry, offering the latest news, job advertisements, pricewatching, and photo reports.


Jobs in WA mining climb to record high - The West Australian
Jobs in WA mining climb to record high  The West Australian

WA's emergence as a global lithium powerhouse has helped drive the number of people employed directly in mining across the State to a record high.


Mining jobs, WA: FIFO cleaners, women tell of horrific conditions - Herald Sun
Mining jobs, WA: FIFO cleaners, women tell of horrific conditions  Herald Sun

Walking into a donga, the tiny tin-sheds in which thousands of Australia's fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) workers spend weeks away from home, isn't easy for the men and ...


WA jobs in the pipeline as kingfish farm tipped for Abrolhos waters - WAtoday
WA jobs in the pipeline as kingfish farm tipped for Abrolhos waters  WAtoday

Major aquaculture company Huon has secured a lease to operate a big yellowtail kingfish farm off Geraldton, in what's been touted as a game-changer for WA's ...


Bidding war begins as WA once again searches for workers to fuel a mining boom - ABC News
Bidding war begins as WA once again searches for workers to fuel a mining boom  ABC News

During the last mining boom people flew in to Western Australia from all over the country and abroad to earn the ridiculous wages being offered, but poaching ...


Women lead WA jobs charge as employment levels reach McGowan Government high - The West Australian
Women lead WA jobs charge as employment levels reach McGowan Government high  The West Australian

A record number of West Australians have a job, with figures suggesting the State's employment market is the strongest since the election of the McGowan ...


Fresh faces of regional WA: How migrants are adding value and jobs to the economy - PerthNow
Fresh faces of regional WA: How migrants are adding value and jobs to the economy  PerthNow

COUNTRY areas are experiencing a win-win with recently arrived migrants adding value and jobs to the economy.


WA engineering jobs jump 33pc on mid-2017, underscoring wage inflation fears - The Australian Financial Review
WA engineering jobs jump 33pc on mid-2017, underscoring wage inflation fears  The Australian Financial Review

The number of available engineering jobs in Western Australia has jumped by 33 per cent over the past 12 months, underscoring fears from miners such as Rio ...


Jobs bonanza promise as Perth puts its case as LNG hub - PerthNow
Jobs bonanza promise as Perth puts its case as LNG hub  PerthNow

AN alliance of energy giants is preparing to make Perth the *service* centre for Australia's giant LNG projects.


More lithium jobs for WA after Albemarle approval - Australian Mining
More lithium jobs for WA after Albemarle approval  Australian Mining

Albemarle Corp's proposed Kemerton lithium plant in the South West region in Western Australia has received its environmental approval from the state ...


WA unemployment rate hits 16-year high as business lobby laments 'bad state of affairs' - ABC News
WA unemployment rate hits 16-year high as business lobby laments 'bad state of affairs'  ABC News

Western Australia's unemployment rate has risen to its highest level in 16 years, in what analysts say is a result of restrictive retail trading hours and high payroll ...


WA names new Jobs and Tourism boss - The Mandarin
WA names new Jobs and Tourism boss  The Mandarin

The West Australian government has named Rebecca Brown as the new director general of the Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation. Rebecca ...


Jobs and billions on the table if WA gets 'Lithium Valley' right - The Sydney Morning Herald
Jobs and billions on the table if WA gets 'Lithium Valley' right  The Sydney Morning Herald

Western Australia stands to gain 93,000 jobs and a $56 billion shot in the arm of its economy by 2025 if it expands its lithium and new energy metals sector ...


Australia Post: 3000 new jobs advertised ahead of ‘record Christmas’ - NEWS.com.au
Australia Post: 3000 new jobs advertised ahead of ‘record Christmas’  NEWS.com.au

LOOKING for a new job? Good news — because nearly 3000 brand new positions are now up for grabs, just in time for Christmas.


Chevron set to axe 400 jobs - The West Australian
Chevron set to axe 400 jobs  The West Australian

Chevron is preparing to shed about 400 employees from its WA business, just months after approving a new construction project and backing an LNG jobs ...


Jobs growth dominated by part-time - The West Australian
Jobs growth dominated by part-time  The West Australian

Australians up to their mid-30s are increasingly relying on part-time work, as turnaround in the WA jobs market has taken root only in the past three months.


Premier Mark McGowan: WA economy ‘back on track’ in jobs, mining - The West Australian
Premier Mark McGowan: WA economy ‘back on track’ in jobs, mining  The West Australian

WA's economy is on the mend with evidence appearing “every day” of growing confidence from business and consumers that is translating into more jobs, Mark ...


Where to find Australia’s jobs of the future, and it’s not in tech - The West Australian
Where to find Australia’s jobs of the future, and it’s not in tech  The West Australian

Australia's workforce is set to transform within six years with teachers, nurses and farmers in line for a future jobs boom. But positions in retail, mining and the ...


Men’s suicide rates, Australia: Construction, mining jobs - NEWS.com.au
Men’s suicide rates, Australia: Construction, mining jobs  NEWS.com.au

OUR nation's job market is booming — the mining industry is picking up again, contractors are practically begging teens to consider a trade and the defence ...


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


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


Seasonal workers flock west as drought shrinks number of casual jobs in the eastern states - ABC News
Seasonal workers flock west as drought shrinks number of casual jobs in the eastern states  ABC News

Western Australian farmers could be set for an influx of international seasonal workers as the drought over east forces a scale back of the casual farm workforce.


Up to 700 submarine jobs should go to Western Australia, Australian Strategic Policy Institute expert says - The Advertiser
Up to 700 submarine jobs should go to Western Australia, Australian Strategic Policy Institute expert says  The Advertiser

HUNDREDS of submarine jobs should be immediately shipped west if that is where the sustainment of the ageing Collins class submarines ends up, a top ...


Meet the people in Perth who arguably have the best jobs in town - The West Australian
Meet the people in Perth who arguably have the best jobs in town  The West Australian

They're occupations most of us can only dream of, but we met the people in Perth that arguably have the best jobs in town.


Pilbara migration agreement could be implemented in months - The West Australian
Pilbara migration agreement could be implemented in months  The West Australian

Chronic job shortages in sectors such as hospitality, childcare and administration in the Pilbara could become easier to fill in a matter of months with the revival ...


WA job vacancies reach a post-mining boom high but falling house prices still a worry - PerthNow
WA job vacancies reach a post-mining boom high but falling house prices still a worry  PerthNow

THE number of job vacancies across the state have reached their highest level since the peak of the mining boom - with the health sector a major player.


WA bucks jobs trend with more full-time work - The West Australian
WA bucks jobs trend with more full-time work  The West Australian

WA has bucked softer-than-expected job figures with a firm lift in the number of people getting full-time employment across the State. Figures from the Australian ...


Governments point to freeway upgrades as driver of local jobs - WAtoday
Governments point to freeway upgrades as driver of local jobs  WAtoday

Motorists on Perth's two primary roads will soon be getting home faster and safer with work starting on major upgrades of the Mitchell and Kwinana freeways.


There have never been more jobs on offer as Australian employment vacancies reach all-time high - PerthNow
There have never been more jobs on offer as Australian employment vacancies reach all-time high  PerthNow

TOTAL job vacancies rose to 238200 in the June-August quarter, the highest level since statistics started to be collected almost 40 years ago.


WA's Department of Jobs and Tourism director general Stephen Wood sacked - ABC News
WA's Department of Jobs and Tourism director general Stephen Wood sacked  ABC News

One of the McGowan Government's most senior bureaucrats, Stephen Wood, is axed from his position over his management of tourism in WA, which has ...


McGowan Government's about-face on jobless figures, as WA unemployment rises on its watch - ABC News
McGowan Government's about-face on jobless figures, as WA unemployment rises on its watch  ABC News

Western Australia's unemployment was described as a monumental crisis by Labor in opposition. Now in government, the same party sees signs of rising ...


Christmas trade hours drop to 'push shoppers online, strangle WA jobs' - WAtoday
Christmas trade hours drop to 'push shoppers online, strangle WA jobs'  WAtoday

The state's peak business body has described the government's plan for extended trading hours this Christmas as "pushing shoppers online and strangling WA ...


CITIC warns WA Sino Iron project, jobs in the balance as feuds with Clive Palmer’s Mineralogy take heavy toll - The West Australian
CITIC warns WA Sino Iron project, jobs in the balance as feuds with Clive Palmer’s Mineralogy take heavy toll  The West Australian

CITIC Pacific Mining chief executive Chen Zeng has warned WA's future as a mining province and destination for investment is at stake in his company's ...


Five sectors to drive new jobs in WA’s economy - The West Australian
Five sectors to drive new jobs in WA’s economy  The West Australian

Improving pockets of WA's economy are expected to drive the economy over the next 12 months, according to a recent survey by the Chamber of Commerce and ...


Fresh hope for WA jobs seekers as lithium mine is approved - PerthNow
Fresh hope for WA jobs seekers as lithium mine is approved  PerthNow

More than one thousand jobs will be created through the world's biggest lithium mine set to be built in WA.


'Pack your own parachute': Job advice for over-50s made redundant - WAtoday
'Pack your own parachute': Job advice for over-50s made redundant  WAtoday

When Peter James was made redundant from his engineering job in his 50s he felt angry and disappointed - but not surprised. Despite devoting himself to the ...


More Centrelink call-centre jobs for Perth - The West Australian
More Centrelink call-centre jobs for Perth  The West Australian

Human Services Minister Michael Keenan says the Federal Government will create more than 600 jobs in a new Centrelink call centre in West Perth to help ...


WA piggery on hold leaving 50 regional jobs in the balance as pork prices hit decade low - ABC News
WA piggery on hold leaving 50 regional jobs in the balance as pork prices hit decade low  ABC News

Pork prices at a decade low have forced Western Australia's largest pig producer, Westpork, to shelve its plans for a $21 million, 68000-head piggery near ...


WA slammed for lack of diversity in top jobs - The West Australian
WA slammed for lack of diversity in top jobs  The West Australian

JUST 10 women run public companies based in WA, in another example the old-fashioned “blokey” culture is more entrenched here than anywhere else in ...


WA records surge in full-time jobs as unemployment rate hits year-low - The West Australian
WA records surge in full-time jobs as unemployment rate hits year-low  The West Australian

WA's unemployment rate has fallen to its lowest level in more than a year on the back of a surge in full-time employment. The Australian Bureau of Statistics ...


Jobs saved as MinRes iron ore train rolls into WA community for first time in five months - ABC News
Jobs saved as MinRes iron ore train rolls into WA community for first time in five months  ABC News

Iron ore shipments out of Esperance are set to resume in the coming weeks after train loads of ore again started rolling into town.


New rules force big contract winners to engage WA - WAtoday
New rules force big contract winners to engage WA  WAtoday

The WA industry participation strategy outlines several requirements for companies who win big government contracts across all areas of government.


'Plan for a plan' panned as McGowan pitches WA to foreign students - WAtoday
'Plan for a plan' panned as McGowan pitches WA to foreign students  WAtoday

The state government is trying to turn around a decline in foreign students coming to WA, but the opposition has belted their plan.


Western Australian lithium refinery to create hundreds of jobs - Australian Mining
Western Australian lithium refinery to create hundreds of jobs  Australian Mining

Australia's Kidman Resources and joint venture partner, Sociedad Química y Minera de Chile (SQM), plan to build a new lithium refinery at Kwinana in Western ...


More jobs as Talison tips in extra $500m to double Greenbushes lithium expansion - The West Australian
More jobs as Talison tips in extra $500m to double Greenbushes lithium expansion  The West Australian

The Greenbushes lithium mine is doubling down on its expansion, with its US and Chinese owners committing to a new $500 million investment even before a ...


Job security for 13000 WA public servants - Newcastle Herald
Job security for 13000 WA public servants  Newcastle Herald

Up to 13000 public sector workers employed on casual or fixed-term contracts in Western Australia will be considered for secure permanent roles this year, Pr...


New pathway for permanent residency rolled out for international students - SBS
New pathway for permanent residency rolled out for international students  SBS

International students will need a full-time job offer and 'proficient English' to be eligible under this graduate stream.


WA mining job market 'warming up' but won't hit boom demand levels - The Sydney Morning Herald
WA mining job market 'warming up' but won't hit boom demand levels  The Sydney Morning Herald

The operations boss behind one of WA's biggest lithium mines says the mining job market is 'warming up' but a crippling skills shortage on the same level as the ...


Beazley lashes Canberra for ignoring WA lithium ambition - The West Australian
Beazley lashes Canberra for ignoring WA lithium ambition  The West Australian

Newly appointed WA Governor Kim Beazley has dispensed with apolitical protocols to scold the Federal Government's lack of appreciation of WA's potential as a ...


Auditor General finds 'shortcomings' in Labor's 'Local Jobs' election scheme, Premier labels inquiry 'witch hunt' - WAtoday
Auditor General finds 'shortcomings' in Labor's 'Local Jobs' election scheme, Premier labels inquiry 'witch hunt'  WAtoday

An audit of WA Labor's 'Local Projects, Local jobs' election cash scheme has uncovered "shortcomings" in how the project's $38 million in grants have been ...


Lithium jobs boom as Kidman picks Kwinana for refinery - The West Australian
Lithium jobs boom as Kidman picks Kwinana for refinery  The West Australian

Kwinana has been chosen as the site of a lithium refinery, which is expected to run as a joint venture between Chilean lithium giant SQM and Kidman Resources ...


Turning wilderness into theme parks: the great national parks debate - The Guardian
Turning wilderness into theme parks: the great national parks debate  The Guardian

Governments hail nature-based tourism as a win-win but conservationists say Australia's wild places belong to everyone and shouldn't be sold out.


Jobs boom rolls on as unemployment stays steady - ABC News
Jobs boom rolls on as unemployment stays steady  ABC News

The jobs market looks to be tightening and the prospects for wage rises growing, with more jobs being created and underutilisation rates falling.