Primewest founders John Bond, Jim Litis and David Schwartz have recommended a cash and scrip offer from Centuria that will see the merged group based in Sydney.
Kim Macdonald & Neale Prior
The Nationals and Liberals have committed to hold talks on how they can work together to defeat Labor after signing an ‘alliance agreement’ today.
West Australians looking for work will be able to connect with more than 4000 jobs tomorrow as part of the Perth Jobs Fair.
Hotel quarantine workers will be forced to get the COVID jab from May 10 under a new Public Health Order announced today by Health Minister Roger Cook.
Tears of joy, squeals of ‘nanna!’ and embraces transformed the arrivals hall at Perth Airport this afternoon, as loved ones locked eyes and exchanged hugs for the first time in more than a year.
Two men have been charged with money laundering after police discovered $1 million in cash at the Guildford Cemetery.
A former Comanchero bikie who survived a shooting outside a Melbourne mosque four years ago is among three people charged over a major WA drug bust.
The first New Zealand arrivals as part of the trans-Tasman travel bubble have touched down in WA — with families embracing after more than a year apart.
It is hard to imagine business stories more different than those of Primewest co-founder John Bond and his late father, Alan. So, how did Bondie’s eldest son build and hold onto an empire?
A full review is underway after the breach involving a COVID-19 patient at Royal Perth Hospital.
Seven out of 10 funds suffered a fall in member numbers last financial year, but the sector’s biggest funds went from strength to strength.
Australia is leveraging off its strength as a mining powerhouse to become the go-to destination for initial public offerings in the resources sector.
A judge has imposed a two-decade ban on the man behind the $200 million-plus Mayfair 101 property finance schemes amid evidence he has kept tapping investors.
Relief for those affected by ex-tropical cyclone Seroja has been announced, after 20 per cent of the Western Power network — an area larger than Tasmania — was taken off the grid.
The father of a boy tragically killed at a motocross competition near Esperance on Sunday has shared a heartbreaking tribute after losing his only child, saying his ‘heart is in a thousand pieces’.
WA’s State Emergency Management Services Executive Officer Melissa Pexton has been handed the massive task of leading the Cyclone Seroja recovery effort — which she says could take two years.
An 87-year-old driver has been charged for running over and killing an elderly pedestrian in Cottesloe while drink driving last month.
A young motorcyclist is fighting for his life after a colliding with a car in Rivervale yesterday.
Investors with exchange-traded funds have been warned to pay close attention to their underlying assets or face the consequences during a severe market correction.
Galaxy Resources and Orocobre will merge to form a $4 billion lithium giant and a top five producer of the burgeoning battery metal.
People across Perth have woken up to a smoke filled sky this morning, after a number of prescribed burns along the coast and across the Perth Hills.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have served in every conflict since the Boer War. But when the wars ended, the status and opportunities they gained from being Diggers disappeared.
The horrific road crash at the weekend that claimed the life of two boys and injured five others is a heartbreaking reminder of the need for greater road safety awareness, especially among our young.
Australia’s sole traders served as a “pilot light” for entrepreneurship during the height of COVID-19 and helped drive the creation of new businesses during the pandemic, according to a new report.
Danielle Le Messurier
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