Experts have revealed key tips on how you can get the most out of your tax return at the end of the financial year.
Artificial intelligence is already hard at work in Australia but over the next decade it will become intrinsic, offering Aussies more work-life balance.
The federal government's equity contribution homebuyer scheme is worthy, but ownership may still be out of reach with a minimum deposit, a leading broker says.
Tianqi Lithium’s Kathy Lewi has been named Outstanding Woman in Resources at the WA Chamber of Minerals and Energy’s 13th annual Women in Resources awards on Friday night.
US stocks have closed higher as investors cheered signs that inflation may be peaking.
Australia’s new Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has led the chorus of praise for The West Australian’s history-making bilingual Noongar-English front page, marking the start of National Reconciliation Week.
The discovery of a highly rare and valuable metal has sent shares in Galileo Mining surging again, representing another windfall for the company’s founder and billionaire WA prospector Mark Creasy.
Bitcoin is regaining its dominance of the cryptocurrency universe. It now accounts for 44 per cent of total crypto market value, the most since October, just before the latest bull market peaked.
Miners moaning about excessive royalty payments is nothing new in WA. But maybe the State’s crop of aspiring sulphate of potash producers have a point.
WA’s biggest stockbroker and corporate adviser says that with six weeks of the year to go, the total value of its raisings was off 40 per cent
The G7 nations have made their first ever committment to end the use of coal power, but have set no date for the target.
Markus Wacket and Kate Abnett
Kopore Metals is ready to start exploration at its recently acquired Agadez uranium project in Niger, with first phase of its 5500m drilling program in Tim Mersoi Basin expected next month.
Moody's has downgraded Victoria's credit rating from AA1 to AA2 after stripping it of its AAA status in February last year.
A Perth business owner who fears reputational damage after the hacking of his Instagram account is calling on social media giants and the Federal Government to provide better cyber security advice.
The former head of information warfare for the Australian Defence Force has urged the new Labor government to prioritise investment in Australian cybersecurity firms, warning threats will increase “at pace”.
Danielle Le Messurier
The Australian sharemarket followed Wall Street higher to finish the week higher.
Godolphin Resources is one step closer to starting a diamond drill program at its Narraburra rare earth project in NSW following its submission to the State regulators.
A Perth researcher has won a prestigious national grant to examine further uptake and awareness of cochlear implants.
Never mind Cambridge mayor spitting chewy at Planning Institute, we’re teeing up for battle between publican and avid golfer, network.
Pirra Lithium, one of Australia’s newest lithium explorers, has kicked off its maiden drilling program at its Spear Hill project in WA’s Pilbara Craton region, testing 1.2km of outcropping lithium pegmatites.
Indigenous and industry advocates will lobby the incoming Labor government for new laws that recognise kinship structures to help close the gap on super.
Mineral explorer Aurumin has kicked off a barrage of diamond drilling after completing the RC portion of its exploration campaign at the company’s 784,300-ounce Central Sandstone gold project in WA.
A young Perth entrepreneur who lived in an Indigenous community says it is crucial businesses actively create spaces for deeper cultural understanding.
Australian consumers would rather ditch their social media apps than banking apps amid the rising cost of living, new research by Australia’s biggest lender has found.
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