Western Force coach Tim Sampson believes his side has played its way into the new future of Australian rugby.
Shares in Andrew Forrest’s Fortescue Metals continue to go from strength to strength, and today finally stole Wesfarmers’ crown as WA’s most valuable company on the ASX.
Fortescue Metals Group has posted record iron ore shipments in the final quarter of the financial year, helping it cross its full year forecast, as demand picks up in China.
Fortescue Metals Group shares have stormed through $17, putting the miner within striking distance of Wesfarmers.
Two subsidiaries of a Chinese company used by WA billionaire Andrew Forrest to secure millions of coronavirus testing kits for Australia at the height of the pandemic have been blacklisted by the US.
Shares in Fortescue Metals Group crept to fresh all-time highs again this morning, boosting the fortunes of its chairman Andrew Forrest.
Western Force are back in Super Rugby — and new Rugby Australia chairman Hamish McLennan intends to keep it that way.
After a fierce bidding war, WA billionaire Andrew Forrest has emerged as the new owner of a Kimberley high-quality cattle station.
His latest attack was aimed at the former administration that saved the Rebels, describing their actions as puerile, pathetic and unfair, vindicating the Force’s battle to stay alive.
Another ancient anthropological site in the Pilbara is facing possible destruction under WA’s controversial Section 18 of the Aboriginal Heritage Act.
After Andrew Forrest-led miner loses High Court bid to challenge ruling of exclusive native title over Pilbara land that includes its Solomon Hub iron ore operation.
WA mining magnate Andrew Forrest and wife Nicola have moved to put the commercial interests of their Minderoo Group under a new name.
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The billionaire has accused “misleading” Australian press of “inciting racism”. READ HIS FULL STATEMENT
Billionaire Andrew 'Twiggy' Forrest’s daughter says vulnerable workers exposed to COVID-19 have been 'let down’, citing a massive outbreak among migrants crammed into dormitories overseas.
Basil Zempilas weighs in on talks surrounding Andrew Forrest’s rumoured punt at Virgin Australia, the Dockers trio’s house party and who overtook Nic Naitanui as the most popular West Aussie.
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The WA Health Department has purchased just $1 million worth of personal protection equipment from Andrew Forrest’s Minderoo Foundation
Media reports this morning say the Fortescue Metals Group founder is seeking to form a consortium to buy the airline, which was put into administration last week.
The WA mining magnate has come under fire from members of the Federal Government for inviting a Chinese diplomat to speak at a press conference about Australia’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Mining magnate Andrew Forrest also wants Australia to position itself as the next nation after China to ‘switch its economy back on’.
The first of three planes carrying a massive amount of medical supplies bought by WA mining magnate Andrew Forrest has landed in Perth. READ WHAT WAS ONBOARD
Mining billionaire Andrew Forrest says WA’s economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic is poised to be among the fastest in the world.
Thousands of West Australians will be checked for COVID-19 every day — including from home — under a new testing regime set to be announced by mining magnate Andrew Forrest within days.
The irony is not lost on mining magnate Andrew Forrest, who offered Rugby Australia $70 million to save the Force when they controversially axed the club and saved the loss-making Melbourne Rebels.
The mining billionaire’s Minderoo Foundation will bring vital lifesaving medical supplies and equipment to WA on special charter flights.
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