Ginia Rinehart to subpoena newspapers over John Hancock's 'disparaging' comments.
Security screeners at Perth Airport continue their campaign for better pay today.
United States, European Union launch long-awaited formal negotiations on a vast trade pact.
Developer gives ringing endorsement of WA economy, announcing it will build 16-storey office block.
Slowdown in State's mining sector filters through to car market as potential buyers tighten their belts.
Central Bank hints it is prepared to cut rates further even though Aussie dollar is falling. 10:04 am
Miner halts work on remote nickel project because of weak market conditions, low commodity prices. 12:13 pm
Diversified industrial considers offers for Futuris Automotive and Elders Rural Services businesses. 07:50 am
Defence dept formally hands over site at HMAS Stirling for Carnegie's wave energy project. 09:15 am
The Australian sharemarket lost ground today, but finished well of the day's lows. 02:14 pm
Metals X has shelved work on its remote Wingellina nickel-cobalt project because of weak market conditions and low commodity prices. June 18, 2013, 12:13 pm
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