Inflation figures for the September quarter released this week may calm expectations for an early rise in interest rates.
Colin Brinsden, AAP Economics and Business Correspondent
Children already without healthy share portfolios will struggle with financial security as economies brace for Depression 2.0, says economist Alison Pennington.
Fremantle Port, WA’s trade gateway to the world, remained open because someone went to a stationery store, writes Ben Harvey. But wharfies are most definitely not on strike.
Rival Australian mining firm have taken an unprecedented joint step to create an educational program aimed at eradicating sex attacks within the resources industry.
Chinese homeowners are to face a property tax in what experts say will be one of the most profound changes to the country's real estate laws in a generation.
Joe Biden's $US2 trillion spending legislation continues to inch forwards, with work continuing to scale back the measure and determine how to pay for it.
Lisa Mascaro, Darlene Superville and Alan Fram
SPINIFEX: Chesser Resources will next month declare a maiden resource for its Diamba Sud gold project in eastern Senegal.
A Melbourne IT firm has won a $30 million contract to manage health data on the other side of the world.
Wall Street has had a mixed finish after a choppy day of trading, with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq lower and the Dow ending the day on a record high.
Shreyashi Sanyal and Devik Jain and Sinead Carew
The number of Australians who think it's a good time to buy a home has reached an all time low, research shows.
This rental ‘property’ in the front yard of a suburban Perth home includes a lumpy mattress on a small bench inside a 3sqm windowless hut.
Herd on the Terrace: Rumours about Wesfarmers next mega-bucks buyout of a slice of a prominent WA family’s empire just won’t go away.
The Supreme Court has crushed a bid by Chris Ellison’s Mineral Resources to grab sensitive documents linked to estranged business partner Steve Wyatt’s rival new venture.
Forging a new industry is never easy but it remains unclear whether this week’s demise of Salt Lake Potash represents a learning experience for others or a portent of more corporate failures to come.
Quantum Graphite has wrapped up a diamond drilling program at its Eastern Conductor prospect near its Uley 2 resource in South Australia that it says is visually showing grades of up to 20 per cent in several drill cores.
Diamond Collective has seen a surge in interest for lab-grown diamonds over the past 12 months, with consumers seeking more affordable bling options.
Ardea Resources could play a key role in an innovative new battery cathode precursor production pilot plant to be developed in WA by the $130m battery industry alliance known as the ‘Future Battery Industries Cooperative Research Centre’. Ardea will provide nickel samples from its giant Kalgoorlie Nickel Project for testing in the $18m venture.
Beleaguered property developer Evergrande has wired funds for an interest payment days before a deadline that would have seen them plunge into formal default.
The ASX finished barely changed for a second straight day, with gains among retailers unable to counter weakness in one of Australia’s most important sectors.
Rebecca Le May
Novo Resources has tabled several high-grade gold hits at its previously untested Genie lode-gold prospect, located within cooee of its operating Golden Eagle processing plant in the Pilbara. Best new intercepts include 8m at 4.6 g/t gold from just 26m.
Aruma Resources has received the tick of approval to drill its Mount Deans lithium-tantalum project after its “program of work” was approved for actioning. A heritage survey is now the final hurdle before Aruma can unleash a rig at the exciting WA lithium project.
The Takeovers Panel says it will not conduct proceedings into a complaint from Westgold Resources in its $123m hostile bid for Gascoyne Reources.
Gascoyne Resources has hit another patch of shallow gold with respectable grades at its Hendricks prospect in WA just 1.5kms from its Dalgaranga gold mine.
More than two years in, the white-hot spotlight of its money laundering scandal is wearing down not just Crown’s executives, but also its staff.
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