The engineering contractor has joined other WA companies warning about shortages as the economic recovery out of COVID-19 heats up.
WA’s leading women in STEM have described the impact of the COVID pandemic as a “double-edged sword”, causing widespread disruption to the disciplines, while creating new challenges and opportunities.
Shares in NRW Holdings nosedived today despite the WA-based contractor lifting its payout to shareholders off the back of surging first-half revenue.
The two companies have green the green light to a new mine and refinery with the aim of bringing the Mt Holland lithium project into production in late-2024.
Fortescue Metals Group isn’t the first to bust the budget on a new mine, and it is most definitely not the worst. We take a look at some of WA’s biggest blowouts that rocked the resources industry.
Henderson-based engineering contractor declared maiden interim dividend of 1¢ as order bool continues to grow.
In a world first, Dutch airline KLM has performed a commercial flight in Europe powered by a synthetic fuel.
Deloitte Access Economics worries the poor financial performance of the contracting sector will shrink the numbers of major firms willing to bid for government work.
A surge in activity in the minerals sector has seen the resources contractor lift revenue guidance for the full-year.
The WA tech company has been forced to slash its expected revenues after Boeing cut orders for drone engines made by Orbital.
A WA energy expert believes he has found the solution to a looming multibillion-dollar dilemma facing the world’s oil and gas giants as their ageing offshore rigs become obsolete.
Commercial drone operators must register their aircraft or face a hefty fine under new restrictions set to come into effect across Australia.
Perth doctor Ken Fitch, engineering professor Mark Randolph and veteran choreographer Chrissie Parrott have been recognised for their contribution to WA in the 2021 Australia Day Honours list.
Angela Pownall, Rhianna Mitchell & Sarah Steger
One of the country’s biggest steel manufacturers has fallen into administration, leaving several major projects in limbo.
WA ship builders are set to score work constructing vessels which can hunt down and counter naval mines, while the Federal Government has also revealed new advance guided missiles for our navy.
A boomerang handcrafted by a South Australian Indigenous leader has been taken into space aboard a NASA-operated Tesla rocket.
The deal comes as the contractor closes in on its full takeover of Perth-based mining specialists Primero.
For the first time in history the WA Mineral Research Institute’s PhD scholarships have been awarded to an all female line up, marking a positive step towards a more diverse mining sector.
Directors of Perth-based Primero have rubber stamped a $100 million takeover bid from fellow engineering contractor NRW Holdings.
The Perth engineering firm wants to list early next year, but it first has to navigate tensions with South Africa’s Oppenheimer family.
Engineering services and products manufacturer says tie-up is aligned with strategy of pivoting from greenfields to brownfields business model.
A powerful new telescope developed by the CSIRO has mapped three million galaxies in record speed, unlocking the universe's deepest secrets.
Primero Group looks set to accept a takeover bid from fellow engineering contractor NRW Holdings that would spare it a ‘significantly dilutive’ capital raising to fund its growing order book.
Bringing the model back into service after two tragic crashes has involved the most comprehensive aircraft re-evaluation since the de Havilland Comet tragedies of the early 1950s.
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