Like to know more about fencing?

Forecasts suggest Western Australia’s Gross State Product (GSP) is expected to rise by 0.9% in 2016-17 and just 0.2% in 2017-18, according to the latest Deloitte Access Economics WA Economic Outlook. 

Published in News and Articles
Thursday, 08 June 2017 16:24

GST bugs Western Australia business

Payroll tax, GST and improved access to supply chain opportunities are the top three issues bothering West Australian businesses, according to the latest survey from the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Western Australia (CCI).

Published in News and Articles

Industrial drone company Airobotics has established its first overseas entity in Perth, Western Australia, to service clients in Australia’s mining and resources sector, according to Austrade.

Published in News and Articles
Tuesday, 31 January 2017 15:05

Dryandra predator-proof fence complete

A new 1,000-hectare, predator-proof enclosure at the proposed Dryandra Woodland National Park will help numbats and other endangered species survive in the wild. 

Published in News and Articles

Western Australian Regional Development Minister Terry Redman and the Goldfields-Esperance Development Commission have announced the successful grant recipients of the Regional Grants Scheme 2017 funding round.

Published in News and Articles
Sunday, 29 January 2017 12:20

Regional grants to benefit Gascoyne region

Western Australian Regional Development Minister Terry Redman and the Gascoyne Development Commission have announced the successful grant recipients of the Regional Grants Scheme 2017 funding round.

Published in News and Articles
Wednesday, 21 December 2016 10:31

Fishing for wild stock marron unique to WA

Marron is only found in Western Australia and this tasty freshwater crayfish is highly sought-after every year during the four-week season that begins at Midday on 8 January 2017.

Published in News and Articles

Licensed recreational abalone fishers are reminded that the next West Coast Zone (WCZ) fishing date for the current season has been shifted from New Year’s Day to Sunday 8 January for safety reasons.

Published in News and Articles

Recreational fishers will be keen to go crabbing in the Peel Harvey region, when the season opens again next Tuesday (1 November) and the Department of Fisheries is urging them to measure their catches carefully, because there’s likely to be a predominance of undersize crabs.

Published in News and Articles

The Lions Outback Vision Van has run 75 clinics and treated almost 1500 patients since its launch six months ago – delivering on a mission to bring comprehensive eye care to some of the most isolated people in Western Australia.

Published in News and Articles
Page 1 of 2

Promotions