The Plan for WA Jobs campaign has released a five-point economic recovery plan to grow WA’s manufacturing sector and create jobs.Read more
South Australia and Western Australia have been engaged in an arm wrestle for decades worth of Collins-class submarine maintenance work.Read more
WA has been always been a resources state.
From the gold rushes of the 19th century to the iron ore projects that transformed the state over the last 50 years, resources have been an integral part of WA’s story.
A new chapter in that story is currently being written. One that involves the resource of the 21st century: lithium.Read more
One month on from the Federal Election, the campaign spin has given way to some hard-economic facts.Read more
If you feel like your wages have stagnated in recent times, chances are you’re not imagining things.Read more
Things have been tough for WA workers for years now. It’s been hard to find a job, but worryingly things haven’t been much better for those who have been employed.
Data from the Australia Bureau of Statistics released last month showed that WA workers experienced the slowest wage growth in the country in 2018, at an average of just 1.6 per cent. That’s less than the inflation rate, which was 1.8 per cent last year, which means WA workers were losing real wages.Read more
Our campaign is about keeping the State Government focused on jobs during the COVID-19 economic recovery period.Read more
The Australian Manufacturing Workers Union WA Branch (AMWU) has commended the McGowan State Government for its efforts in securing the contract to build ten of the Royal Australian Navy’s twelve new offshore patrol boats here in Western Australia.Read more
At the election this Saturday, we have a choice. We can re-elect Colin Barnett and continue with the same mismanagement and lack of policies that delivered our current disastrous economic situation, or we can elect a McGowan Labor Government and choose the party offering a real plan for WA jobs.Read more
With less than two weeks until the State Election, it’s time to take a hard look at what both sides of politics are offering voters. While we can only judge WA Labor on what they say they will do, we’ve had eight years of the Barnett Government in power and an extensive track record to judge their vision for the WA economy.Read more