The WA Government is spending $8.56 million to improve safety on various sections of the South Western Highway in the State’s South-West.
Applications for the WA Training Awards 2019 are now open. This is an opportunity for the Western Australian training sector to showcase excellence, reward best practice and put our State’s best VET achievers in the spotlight.
The WA Government is delivering on another of its election commitments, with the announcement that local Western Australian civil construction firm, Densford Civil has been awarded a $6.4 million contract for safety improvement works along South Coast Highway in Albany.
WA Forestry Minister Dave Kelly opened up grants to farmers and other landowners who are interested in establishing pine plantations on their properties to increase Western Australia’s softwood resource.
The WA Government is undertaking a range of upgrades to some of the city’s busiest roads in order to reduce congestion, and improve traffic flow and safety.
Work is underway on the $33.5 million replacement of the Berth 3 deck and fender at the Port of Port Hedland, a project that will create almost 50 local jobs.
The WA Government’s work to bolster the economy by rebuilding the training sector has been highlighted with the release of the State Training Board’s findings from State-wide industry consultations.
More than 300 drivers lost their licences due to double demerit points over the festive season, prompting a warning ahead of the 2019 Australia Day long weekend.
Investment and job growth in the Wheatbelt is set for a boost after Regional Development Minister Alannah MacTiernan launched the Northern Growth Alliance Investment Prospectus.
2019 is shaping up to be a good year for West Australian workers, with WA businesses expecting to take a hit on profits to expand their business, hire more people and increase wages.