The Australia Steel Institute (ASI) congratulates the WA Government on its Western Australian Jobs Bill 2017 and the introduction of the Western Australian Industry Participation Strategy (WAIPS).
WA Premier Mark McGowan will launch WA Industry Link – a key component of the WA Government’s Jobs Law that will help local businesses to secure work on government contracts.
WA Agricultural Region MLC Darren West representing WA Health Minister Roger Cook, officially opened the Dalwallinu and Wongan Hills health services which have undergone redevelopments.
More than 100 new homes on the former Kinlock primary school site in Ferndale will generate and support jobs, during the construction phase of the development, and boost the diversity of affordable housing in the area.
WA Fisheries Minister Dave Kelly has applauded recfishers for their active participation in Western Australia’s third recreational boat fishing survey – the most comprehensive of its kind in Australia.
WA Premier Mark McGowan was quickly put to work by Belmont City College students during his visit to the school’s Trade Training Centre to meet some young Western Australians preparing for their future careers.
The Deloitte WA Index retreated during February 2018 as the market capitalisation of Western Australian listed companies decreased by 3.4% to close the month at AU$175bn.
The WA Government has provided rebates – totalling more than $300,000 – recently to help 30 dryland farms cover the costs of improving water supplies, as they battle the effects of reduced rainfall due to climate change.
Traffic relief is on the way for Perth motorists with construction kicking off on the widening of Armadale Road in the city’s south.
Local community organisations involved in programs, activities and events in the Pilbara are encouraged to apply for funding of up to $5,000 through the Fortescue Community Support program.