The Albanese Government’s controversial shakeup of industrial relations laws has cleared its first hurdle, passing the Lower House with dozens of last-minute changes that blindsided and angered business groups.
A site has been selected for Perth’s replacement container port — but the $4 billion price tag and the 2032 timeline for the major project are at risk of blowing out.
Galan Lithium says it has received several partnership approaches for offtake and strategic financing for the second-phase development of its Hombre Muerto West lithium brine project in Argentina.
The chief executive of the largest rare earths producer outside of China has been coy on both plans establish a presence in Europe and on timelines for a $730 million Kalgoorlie expansion project.
GreenTech Metals has revealed West Pilbara pegmatite intersections up to 24.6m thick in a maiden diamond drillhole that reached down to 810.2m at its Osborne JV lithium project … with more holes still to come.
The contractor has hit back against proxy advisers, defending its ‘best of class’ chief executive Jules Pemberton in the face of ‘unfair and continued criticism’ of his remuneration.
Walking quickly not only gets you places faster — it also slashes your chances of type 2 diabetes, research suggests.
An overseas investment company has swooped in to snap up the Kimberley Cattle Portfolio from Australia’s 19th richest person, Hui Wing Mau.
White Cliff Minerals believes its Lake Johnston South play is highly-prospective for spodumene-bearing pegmatites following a review into its operation west of Norseman in Western Australia’s Goldfields region.
MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.5 per cent in early trade before weakness in Hong Kong tech shares dragged it back to flat.
Disrupt Burrup Hub campaigners have had their phones seized and have been issued move-on notices from the Burrup Peninsula during what they said was a routine visit to conduct interviews on Tuesday.
The 25-metre mast set to anchor a landmark $300 million Green Bridge is being installed after a tight squeeze up the Brisbane River.
More than 100,000 records have been added to an official register of unclaimed money owed to West Australians for things like overpayment of utilities and rental bonds.
Commonwealth Bank will roll out a new rental payments technology in a bid to reduce costs between property managers and tenants.
The local share market was up 0.5 per cent at midday, surging 20 points in a minute after October's inflation readout came in cooler than expected.
New Zealand’s central bank kept interest rates unchanged for a fourth straight meeting and signaled there’s an increased risk it could them hike again next year. The local dollar jumped.
A Christmas bonus could be on the cards for nearly a million Australians who have yet to receive the Medicare benefits they are owed.
New Zealand's central bank has held rates - in line with market expectation - at 5.5 per cent for the fourth consecutive meeting.
In welcome news for borrowers, price pressures eased in October ahead of the Reserve Bank’s final rates call for 2023.
Harvey Norman shareholders have strongly voted against its remuneration report, copping the furniture, electronics and white goods retailer a first strike.
Though slammed by some as “unprofessional”, the bizarre job advert has seemingly had the desired effect, saving the “desperate” local pub.
The department store said it would be shifting its focus to prioritising flagship stores amid a business model restructure.
Australia’s inflation rate is heading down, with the latest figures coming in much weaker than expected — pulling down concerns the Reserve Bank may hike rates again next month.
The Queensland deputy premier and a convoy of regional mayors say they can go home feeling better about recent infrastructure cuts.
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