Mining billionaire’s Tatterang is understood to have paid slightly less than $200m for Adelaide-based company renowned for its high quality boots
OatUp is the first ‘regeneratively’ branded oat milk product using WA oats grown by farmers committed to regenerative farming practices.
The impact of WA’s hard border on local businesses has been revealed, with many companies expecting access to customers and skilled workers to get worse
WA retailers are in a “sweet spot”, and if recent trends are anything to go by, can certainly expect a solid Christmas trading period, according to an industry expert.
If there was any doubt Australians were happy with Treasurer Josh Frydenberg’s tax-cutting Budget, another gauge of confidence has soared and suggests optimists are back in the driving seat.
People tired of their flat pack Ikea dressers, drawers, cabinets and tables will now be able to sell them back to the furniture retailer.
Telstra has hit chief executive Andy Penn and two other executives with pay cuts over sales practices involving Indigenous customers at a number of its partner stores.
Online retailer Amazon Australia has launched its Prime Day sale offering big savings to savvy online shoppers.
West Aussie parents can breathe a sigh of relief after IKEA revealed it is reopening its childcare centre.
Coles supermarkets have reopened after a technical glitch left shoppers unable to purchase goods, forcing stores to shut their doors.
A new permanent BreastScreen WA clinic will open in Albany to give the people living in the region better access to early detection and care.
The resilience of WA businesses throughout the COVID pandemic has resulted in further support potentially being held back in WA State Budget, but experts say it is not a negative thing.
The new Cranbrook heavy vehicle rest bay is now open and the Shire hopes it will help fight fatigue and save lives on the road.
October 15 is International Pregnancy and Infant Loss Day, and an Albany event aims to bring together the families who have experienced this heartbreaking loss.
WA employers say the ‘devil is in the detail’ in the Federal Budget, which is banking $35 billion on businesses to generate jobs, boost investment and kickstart the COVID-ravaged economy.
WA consumers are heading into today’s Budget as the nation’s biggest spenders, with new data showing we are spending significantly more now than before the pandemic.
Frequent flyer points have delivered holiday savings for decades and, while many flights are grounded right now, patient travellers will be rewarded.
There were positive signs for the WA new car market last month, with buyers snapping up some long-time favourites. But it wasn’t all good news across the rest of the country
Bunnings boss Mike Schneider believes support for staff’s mental wellbeing is increasingly crucial.
Goldfields bookworms have been left with nowhere to browse a range of new releases with Kmart Kalgoorlie-Boulder now only selling children’s books.
Ordering bathers online was a mistake. Obviously. As delivery times lengthen along with the days, it’s time to head back to the physical stores, writes Kate Emery.
Kate EmerySenior Reporter
Australia Post is set to hire almost 300 new workers in WA to help deliver an expected record number of parcels this festive season.
While many of the closures will be in Australia, the embattled travel company hopes to reallocate staff to different operations.
Growers says the Government’s move to attract Australians to the country to pick fruit and veg have come months too late to avoid shortages and price hikes.
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