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2014/11/26 10:05
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UNPAID fines are leading to more women and Aboriginal people being locked up in WA prisons, the Opposition says. Each year since 2010, more than 1100 people have been imprisoned because they are too...
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2014/11/26 01:26
2014/11/26 01:26
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Fortescue Metals Group admits drug use by workers an issue for mining company Fortescue Metals Group has revealed it is addressing drug problems among its workforce in Western Australia's...
2014/11/24 18:55
2014/11/24 18:55
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The McAleese Group plans to take on transport giants Toll Holdings and Linfox and start moving food, drinks and clothes as part of broader plans to diversify its trucking business away from...
2014/11/22 13:50
2014/11/22 13:50
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At first, the crowd gathers in small groups, as though we’ve arrived at a picnic day. Girls in long skirts wearing bands in their hair call out across the wide lawn of the Turf Club, and run over to...
2014/11/20 22:46
2014/11/20 22:46
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A tugboat pulls a ship at Port Hedland. Tug engineers have called off their strike. Tug engineers withdrew plans to strike at Port Hedland, the nation's biggest iron ore port, tug operator Teekay...
2014/11/20 05:26
2014/11/20 05:26
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Protesters in WA present petition against changes to Aboriginal Heritage Act A petition with more than 1,600 signatures protesting against planned changes to the Aboriginal Heritage Act has been...
2014/11/12 08:26
2014/11/12 08:26
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Karratha court list blows out as cases put off for a month in 'sausage factory' Massive blowouts in the Karratha court lists have turned it into a "sausage factory" where lawyers have little time to...
2014/11/12 05:30
2014/11/12 05:30
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TUGBOAT engineers at Australia's main iron ore port have cancelled strike plans and will vote on a enterprise agreement proposal. THE Port Hedland engineers, represented by the Australian Institute...
2014/11/12 02:05
2014/11/12 02:05
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A Port Hedland agent says 'demand for new dwellings will continue unabated' but prices have plummeted. Is such a claim illegal? Photo: Erin Jonasson/ AFR Asking prices for houses in the ­Pilbara town...
2014/11/11 01:57
2014/11/11 01:57
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HEAVY Haulage Australia (HHA) has announced that it has entered into a Share Sale and Purchase Agreement with McAleese Limited for the acquisition of 50% of the HHA Group. In a statement the company...
2014/11/10 23:05
2014/11/10 23:05
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... Local stocks are set for a positive start after Wall Street gained further from record highs amid broadly upbeat global sentiment and ahead of business confidence and house price data. • SPI...
2014/11/10 17:05
2014/11/10 17:05
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THEY all have incredible stories to tell. There’s seven-year-old Sian Williams who was tired of being bullied because of her stutter and decided to create a not-for-profit group to help others. Then...
2014/11/08 18:06
2014/11/08 18:06
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VISA rules would be relaxed to allow 25,000 international migrants into WA’s northwest over the next 20 years, under a proposal by the state’s highest profile country politician. Brendon Grylls told...
2014/11/07 10:05
2014/11/07 10:05
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A SHIPPING company that services the iron ore sector in Western Australia's Pilbara says union plans to strike will hurt the national economy. TEEKAY Shipping says the Australian Institute of Marine...
2014/11/07 08:26
2014/11/07 08:26
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Marine engineers to take protected strike action at the iron ore export port of Port Hedland in Western Australia Operations at Port Hedland will be disrupted next week when around 25 marine...
2014/11/06 07:26
2014/11/06 07:26
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FIFO camps should become 'thing of the past', Brendon Grylls says Large-scale, fly-in fly-out (FIFO) mining camps should become a thing of the past as the State Government works to develop Pilbara...
2014/11/06 07:26
2014/11/06 07:26
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FIFO workers need to be integrated into community, City of Karratha says A northern Western Australian shire has called for the Government to step in and regulate fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) mining...
2014/11/05 21:24
2014/11/05 21:24
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The raw material lost 43 per cent this year, underperforming all 22 members of the Bloomberg Commodity Index, as producers including BHP Billiton Ltd. expanded supplies and spurred the glut. Photo:...
2014/11/03 01:26
2014/11/03 01:26
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Bus driver Lindsay Judas's 2013 disappearance from Broome being treated as murder A bus driver who has not been seen since early 2013 is believed to be dead and his missing persons case has been...
2014/11/01 11:17
2014/11/01 11:17
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DURING one extraordinary month earlier this year, top Sydney surgeons performed nine lifesaving kidney and liver transplants on children, some as young as seven months old. There is usually one a...
2014/11/26 10:05
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