Walpole’s Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk celebrates 25 years | Ralph-Lauren

Twenty-five years and more than four million visitors after its launch, the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk continues to achieve its original aim of immersing visitors in nature while protecting the centuries-old forest.Walpole and Denmark school...

Business leaders say more Indigenous women needed in senior roles | Ralph-Lauren

A boost to representation at a board and management level needs to be a priority to improve equality for Indigenous women, business leaders say. Source link

Ian Loves says WA could be a global player in blockchain | Ralph-Lauren

WA has the right ingredients to be a global player in blockchain as adoption of the decrentalised technology shows no signs of slowing down, says Perth-based crypto investor Ian Love. Source link

Oil heads for fifth weekly gain on global market tightening | Ralph-Lauren

Oil was poised for a fifth weekly gain as the market tightened amid a global energy crunch that’s set to increase demand for crude. Source link

Geraldton Fishermen’s Co-operative on hunt for 350 summer workers | Ralph-Lauren

The world’s largest crayfish exporter has embarked on its biggest hiring spree in more than a decade — aiming to secure up to 350 workers for the summer — in the face of ongoing sanctions from China. Source link...

AFL Grand Final tipped to deliver $50m+ economic boost to WA | Ralph-Lauren

Accommodation and hospitality alone are expected to pump millions into the state’s economy, with thousands of venues tipped to be at capacity. Source link

Clubs slam FIFA’s biennial World Cup bid | Ralph-Lauren

European clubs have joined forces to rebuke FIFA for trying to railroad through plans for biennial World Cups, warning of a destructive impact on world football.FIFA President Gianni Infantino has infuriated the European Club Association, which is accusing...

Indigenous leaders call on State Government to increase Aboriginal procurement target | Ralph-Lauren

Indigenous leaders are calling for the State Government to increase the Aboriginal procurement policy threshold, saying the current growth rate isn’t fast enough. Source link

Lithium Energy poised for exploration kick-off at Argentina brine project | Ralph-Lauren

ASX-listed aspiring South American lithium developer, Lithium Energy is preparing to get boots on the ground at its Solaroz lithium brine project in Argentina in anticipation of imminent regulatory approvals being received for its environmental impact assessment. The...

32m gold hit for Kairos near Mt York | Ralph-Lauren

Kairos Minerals has followed up recent stellar gold hits in drilling at its Mt York project in the Pilbara, including a cracking 32 metres at 3.79 grams per tonne gold. A suite of high priority greenfield targets have...

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Brazil club docked points for racial abuse | Ralph Lauren

A Brazilian second division club has been docked three points and had one of their senior officials banned...