Western Australia (WA) is set to play a leading role in the development of renewable hydrogen infrastructure, facilitated by amenable State Government policy settings and the establishment of bodies like the Western Australian Renewable Hydrogen Council to facilitate industry engagement.
From ‘Back in Black’ to a more than $966 billion budget blackhole in 2024, Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has handed down the most significant budget in Australian history. Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Government has provided $257 billion in direct economic support to cushion the blow and strengthen the recovery. The 2020-21 Budget commits a further $98 billion including $25 billion in direct COVID-19 response measures and $74 billion in new measures to create jobs. The 2020-21 Budget is focussed on measures to stimulate a private sector-led recovery that drives economic growth and employment, as well as trying to
Our second airline is going into administration but that doesn't necessarily mean it will be grounded into the future.
It’s generally agreed that you’re dead in the water unless you can offer customers, clients and other stakeholders a website that is easy to find and use. But the journey can be more complicated than you think.
Sometimes the most important touch in our digital world is a human one.
David Lock brings decades of experience to his new role as special counsel.
It's one of the most vexing questions facing businesses today. But the answer may be less around physical skills than a particular mindset.
The global battle for mining and resources supremacy is fierce, the Resources Technology Showcase in Perth has been told.
WA Premier Mark McGowan has addressed the Resources Technology Showcase in Perth, telling the crowd the State was the "best mining jurisdiction in the world."
It was an eye-opening few days in Melbourne, with more than 7000 delegates from around the world, high-profile protests and international presenters.
Keeping shareholder happy is an increasingly challenging task for companies. But it can be made much easier.
If you're treating your annual general meeting as nothing more than a box-ticking exercise, it might be time you did something else - and thought outside the box.
Peta Baldwin was a 'green and naive' Aussie when she headed to South Africa in 2000, expecting to stay a couple of years at most. Nine years later, she and her husband had to be dragged out of the country 'kicking and screaming.'
The record gold price should be a huge boost for Kalgoorlie-Boulder - but a visit to the capital of our Goldfields reveals a town approaching a turning point.
As the gold price rose to above $2200 an ounce, Diggers & Dealers has closed with a sense of optimism - for a wide range of commodities.
A shower that hit delegates working outside wasn't nearly as impactful as the carnage on the sharemarket.
Former Australian Army chief David Morrison AO has given some frank but important advice at the Diggers & Dealers Mining Forum in Kalgoorlie-Boulder.
As far as opening days go, day one at Diggers & Dealers in Kalgoorlie-Boulder delivered in golden spades. The sun was shining, the coffee machines withstood testing conditions and John Howard proved the most popular keynote speaker here since …. the last time an Australian Prime Minister completed a full term. Which, of course, was John Howard, a point made rather well by Diggers & Dealers’ outgoing chairman, and gold industry doyen, Nick Giorgetta. Giorgetta hands over to Jim Walker on Wednesday night. “How good is the gold price?” Howard, channelling the current PM, asked an estimated near-record crowd of 2400 miners,