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Audit shows unresolved IT issues in govt

More than half of the IT issues identified in the previous financial year’s audit remain unresolved, the Office of the Auditor General reported.

Read More 12 April 2024 | 1:14 pm

Australian stocks dip as gold hits record high

The ASX200 dropped 0.3 per cent, although gold miners continued to shine as the precious metal threatened to break past through the $US2,400 mark.

Read More 12 April 2024 | 1:13 pm

At Close of Business podcast April 12 2024

Nadia Budihardjo and Jack McGinn discuss recent developments at a WA-based, nationally focused tertiary education organisation.

Read More 12 April 2024 | 1:13 pm

Premier laments green industry fund critics

Roger Cook has labelled critics of government support for decarbonisation as ‘losers’ while listing what he wants from the federal govt’s manufacturing act.

Read More 12 April 2024 | 12:53 pm

Macmahon divests portion of equipment fleet

ASX-listed contractor Macmahon Holdings has offloaded a substantial portion of its mobile equipment fleet for about $44 million from a project in Queensland.

Read More 12 April 2024 | 12:15 pm

Fortescue hungry for hydrogen results

Pressure on profits amid a falling iron ore price have raised questions about Fortescue’s hydrogen investments.

Read More 12 April 2024 | 12:00 pm

Mark My Words April 12 2024

Mark Pownall and Jack McGinn discuss Australia's IRA response; merger law reform; industrial development delays; commercial rents; Bree Fraser's new venture, and Yagan Square.

Read More 12 April 2024 | 11:50 am

Govt aid to get WA wines back into China

The state government will pitch in to rebuild Western Australia’s $18 million wine trade with China following the removal of crippling tariffs.

Read More 12 April 2024 | 11:47 am

Rio Tinto’s state spend nears $9bn

WA’s largest iron ore miner boosted spend on Indigenous businesses by 35 per cent in 2023 as part of an $8.8 billion outlay across the state.

Read More 12 April 2024 | 11:04 am

Sembehun critical for Sierra

Sierra Rutile managing director and chief executive officer Theuns de Bruyn says the company's Sembehun project in Sierra Leone has the potential to provide long-term financial success.

Read More 12 April 2024 | 11:00 am

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