Hundreds of jobs across the state are at risk as General Motors prepares to wind down 160 years of Australian history.
The founder of the company at the centre of the controversial Perth Glory sale admits to not being a cryptocurrency expert in an astonishing new video unearthed by The West Australian.
Mining giant reveals infrastructure damage across its entire Pilbara network, including impact to access roads, electrical and communications infrastructure and accommodation.
As enthusiasts of the iconic Australian automotive brand come to terms with its heartbreaking demise, nostalgic drivers are sharing stories about their first set of wheels with the famous lion badge.
The RIU mineral explorers conference run by Vertical Events is set to be ‘standing-room-only’ with the gold price just below its all-time highs.
The Federal Government has parachuted WA company GR Engineering back on to a production ship abandoned by liquidators
THE Brisbane-based maker of Caroma and Dorf bathroom fixtures says an improving housing market should see it boost its bottom line later this year.
Holden ceasing to exist might have only been announced on Monday, but the writing has been on the wall since the mid-1980s, writes Terry McCrann.
QUEENSLAND’S $80 billion investment powerhouse says a recent restructuring was designed to better serve its clients, which include the State Government and super funds.
A mining engineering student who can speak seven languages says he is “very sorry” for his “really stupid mistake” after stealing gold from a Goldfields-based miner.
Sheffield Resources is taking the knife to its $478m Kimberley mineral sands project to try and flush out an equity backer
THE Northern Territory Government has knocked back the planned $2 billion Noonamah Ridge development in Darwin’s rural area
GARY SHIPWAY,BUSINESS EDITOR
The Australian stock exchange has bounced back from its early losses to finish the day nearly flat as the big banks dragged on the market.
General Motors has made the "difficult" decision to retire the Holden brand in Australia and NZ, dumping the name synonymous with Australian motoring by 2021.
A union is now going in to bat for Public Trustee workers who claim they can’t get any straight answers about a dramatic shake-up of the deeply-troubled agency.
THE Cellarbrations bottle-o at the Gateway Shopping Centre in Palmerston has closed its doors
CATERING queen Karen Sheldon has been appointed the new president of the Chamber of Commerce NT for the next year.
CBH chairman Wally Newman re-elected, and speaks out about his language following complaints which emerged as part of a bitter election.
Bumper gold prices have helped miner Regis Resources kick interim profit 17 per cent higher
NT WorkSafe has charged Queensland-based company Hewitt Cattle Australia Pty Ltd over an incident at a Territory cattle station.
Classic is looking to stretch its Kat Gap gold target in both directions after previous drill intercepts returned hits as high as an ounce to the tonne.
Despite fancy names such as Tesla Powerwall 2, solar energy storage batteries are still a poor cousin to rooftop panels when it comes to paying back your outlay. Here’s why.
Up to 1500 space industry jobs are forecast over the next five years as WA positions itself as a key player in NASA’s mission to return astronauts to the moon by 2024.
Embattled TV chef George Calombaris’ week from hell appears to have somehow worsened, with hopes of a quick sale of his food empire’s leases now dashed. But insiders say a resolution is inevitable — sooner rather than later.
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