Government Engages Industry To Boost Local Jobs

The State Government kicks off a range of industry engagement consortiums to boost tourism activities, hoping to creating more local jobs. The consortium will allow industry key stakeholders to provide valuable feedback on the Labor Government’s election promises, resulting better outcomes and decision makings. Industries such as tourism, defence, agribusiness, international education, manufacturing, aquaculture, creative…

WA’s Jobless Rate Falls Under 6% As Full Time Work Rises

Unemployment in Western Australia has fallen to its lowest levels in almost a year following a rise in the number of people finding full time work. Australian Bureau of Statistics figures revealed on Thursday the state’s jobless rate fell 0.6 percentage points in April to 5.9 per cent. It is the first time unemployment in…

Structural Changes Expected Following State Government Review

The State Government will undertake further structural changes as part of a wide ranging review into government service delivery, accountability and efficiency. Labor’s promised Service Priority Review will examine the functions, operations and culture of the Western Australian public sector as a key election commitment, investigating the structure of government and identifying opportunities for further agency…

Apple Remembers Steve Jobs

Apple Computers remembers Steve Jobs, who died on this day in 2011. Apple CEO Tim Cook sent an email to staff today, encouraging them to remember Steve and his spirt. Team- Tomorrow marks the second anniversary of Steve’s death. I hope everyone will reflect on what he meant to all of us and to the…

Hong Kong Port strike enters its third week

After weeks of strikes from the determined workers, one of the contractors who are at the centre of storm announced that it will shut down in June. Global Stevedoring Service has released a statement to the media yesterday, saying that the company cannot continue its operations. The Secretary for Labour, Matthew Cheung said the department…

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