Rising female stars across WA’s resource sector say there is no better time for women to consider a career in mining, oil and gas.
About eight years ago, Codan managing director Donald McGurk received news of what he now describes as the company’s “near death experience”.
Rio Tinto has launched an investigation into the cause of a fire which broke out at its Dampier Port on Friday forcing the shut-down of part of its multi-billion dollar iron ore operations.
Elon Musk set records last year for one of the fastest streaks of wealth accumulation in history, but now the reversal is under way — and it is steep.
China’s iron ore imports rose 2.8 per cent for the first two months of 2021 from a year earlier, with demand for the steelmaking ingredient supported by a firm consumption outlook.
A sophisticated attack on Microsoft’s widely used business email software is morphing into a global cybersecurity crisis.
William Turton and Jordan Robertson
The Westpac survey showed 35 per cent of households were considering selling, more than double the amount seen prior to the pandemic.
Twitter boss Jack Dorsey is selling his first ever tweet from 2006, attracting a bid worth millions.
Billionaire Gina Rinehart is offloading almost a million hectares of pastoral land in the State’s north as part of a wider plan to sell a suite of agricultural properties across WA and the NT.
A MAJOR proposed development in Nightcliff that includes a childcare centre and medical clinic could spell the end for Darwin’s only accredited bowling alley
A SURGE of new home construction projects in February alone could pump millions into the Territory’s economy, data has revealed
Mike Sneesby taking the top job at Nine has not calmed the heavyweight battle between chairman Peter Costello, his deputy Nick Falloon and ex-Fairfax directors, writes Annette Sharp.
It seems everyone has an opinion on 7NEWS reporter Jessica Page after she asked the hard questions at two landmark press conferences — again and again. But she says she’s just doing her job.
The three main US stock indices have bounced back from earlier losses while Treasury yields hit a high following positive jobs data.
Announcing the royal commission into Crown casino should be Paul Papalia’s final act as Gaming Minister, writes Peter Law.
Chief Executive Women president Sam Mostyn reflected on her “incredibly lucky life” and key moments of success ahead of International Women’s Day next week.
Danielle Le Messurier
Two Perth women who were told their business would “never survive without a male company figurehead” have grown their operation to become a multi award winning health service.
Despite coming from country NSW and never having seen a family member go through university, Shirley Bowen’s dream of becoming a doctor was not once considered beyond the realms of possibility.
YOUNG Territory workers are spending the money they would otherwise spend on travel to buy into the Darwin real estate market, as real estate agents report first homebuyer numbers are still up and show no signs of abating
ShelterWA is calling on the State Government to spot purchase at least 2000 homes amid fears of a second wave of homelessness when the rental moratorium lifts this month.
Global stocks have sunk and oil prices have risen after another push in bond-market borrowing costs and the US dollar, as OPEC opted against increasing supply.
International business cashflow financier Greensill Capital is fighting for survival after backers and insurers withdrew their support.
SPINIFEX: The David Boyd-led explorer has proven that investors still have an appetite for gold discoveries despite waning enthusiasm for the precious metal.
Shares in Andrew Spinks-led company jump as Federal Government grants major project status to its proposed battery anode facility in Kwinana.
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