… but founder says he’s just responding to an existing trend.
As WA junior chefs prepare for an international competition, the local industry is struggling to recruit and keep apprentices.
But many people don’t work as many hours as they would like.
The project could employ up to 500 people
Young Whadjuk woman gets one-in-a-hundred-boilermaking apprenticeship in Perth’s south-eastern suburbs.
But the reduction in price by Murray Goulburn and Fonterra may flow eventually flow through to WA.
63 assaults were reported by schools during the first four weeks of the school year.
Drivers are protesting against the State Government’s refusal to crack down on ride-sharing services, like uber.
Their answer to the challenge from NZ Police was filmed in Joondalup.
The shopping precint will be built near Perth Airport.
Employees of Curtin University can expect their wages by tonight.
The budget will set aside $841 million to help australian youth become more job ready.
Internet killed the retail star.
Digital era brings an end to print publication.
A young Perth TAFE student has lost his apprenticeship after complaining about violent workplace bullying attacks.
Department of Immigration and Border Protection workers at Perth International Airport rally for better workers’ rights, conditions and take home pay.
Some jobs around Perth are more solitary than you’d expect.