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   Coalition scraps remote work-for-the-dole program for Indigenous Australians  2021/05/13 04:39:49 The Guardian
Government will also end scheme that gives millions of dollars to big corporations to address Indigenous disadvantage The Morrison government will scrap two of its most controversial Aboriginal employment programs, including the punitive remote Community Development Program (CDP) or “‘work for the dole” scheme, which will be phased out later this year. The government will also get rid of the heavily-criticised multimillion dollar employment party initiative (EPI) through which it has been handing millions of dollars tagged for addressing Indigenous disadvantage to big corporations including Crown Resorts, Woolworths and Wesfarmers, to employ Aboriginal people. Related: Scott Morrison's friend, his Indigenous charity and the millions in defence contracts Related: Where is the money meant for Indigenous communities really going? Related: We need more, not less, critical thinking about race in Australia | Alana Lentin and Debbie Bargallie Continue reading…
   Last days for Wagga's Target shoppers as closure date looms  2021/03/17 02:00:00 The Daily Advertiser
Wagga's Target will officially close this weekend after Wesfarmers announced a restructure in 2020.
   Wesfarmers tight-lipped on Tesla lithium deal  2021/02/21 13:20:00 The Australian Financial Review
Wesfarmers says there are live off-take deals in place for its $1.9 billion Mt Holland lithium project but is shying away from confirming one is with Elon Musk.
   Retail frenzy at Bunnings and Kmart drive Wesfarmers profit surge, Target conversions beat expectations  2021/02/18 04:01:00 Perth Now
The shopping spree Australians embarked upon as the pandemic gripped has already peaked and will soon ease, the owner of Bunnings has hinted.
   Retail sales buoy Wesfarmers half-year results  2021/02/18 03:00:00 Business News
Wesfarmers chief executive Rob Scott has called for a nationally consistent approach to hotel quarantine and lockdowns as COVID-related buying boosted sales across the conglomerate’s retail outlets.
   Last days for Wagga's Target shoppers as closure date looms  2021/03/17 02:00:00 The Daily Advertiser
Wagga's Target will officially close this weekend after Wesfarmers announced a restructure in 2020.
   Wesfarmers tight-lipped on Tesla lithium deal  2021/02/21 13:20:00 The Australian Financial Review
Wesfarmers says there are live off-take deals in place for its $1.9 billion Mt Holland lithium project but is shying away from confirming one is with Elon Musk.
   Retail frenzy at Bunnings and Kmart drive Wesfarmers profit surge, Target conversions beat expectations  2021/02/18 04:01:00 Perth Now
The shopping spree Australians embarked upon as the pandemic gripped has already peaked and will soon ease, the owner of Bunnings has hinted.
   Retail sales buoy Wesfarmers half-year results  2021/02/18 03:00:00 Business News
Wesfarmers chief executive Rob Scott has called for a nationally consistent approach to hotel quarantine and lockdowns as COVID-related buying boosted sales across the conglomerate’s retail outlets.
   Wesfarmers, SQM commit to $1.8bn Mt Holland project - Australian Mining  2021/02/18 00:06:51 Australian Mining
Wesfarmers and Sociedad Quimica y Minera de Chile (SQM) have pulled the trigger on the $US1.4 billion ($1.8 billion) Mt Holland lithium project in Western Australia.
   Last days for Wagga's Target shoppers as closure date looms  2021/03/17 02:00:00 The Daily Advertiser
Wagga's Target will officially close this weekend after Wesfarmers announced a restructure in 2020.
   Wesfarmers tight-lipped on Tesla lithium deal  2021/02/21 13:20:00 The Australian Financial Review
Wesfarmers says there are live off-take deals in place for its $1.9 billion Mt Holland lithium project but is shying away from confirming one is with Elon Musk.
   Retail frenzy at Bunnings and Kmart drive Wesfarmers profit surge, Target conversions beat expectations  2021/02/18 04:01:00 Perth Now
The shopping spree Australians embarked upon as the pandemic gripped has already peaked and will soon ease, the owner of Bunnings has hinted.
   Retail sales buoy Wesfarmers half-year results  2021/02/18 03:00:00 Business News
Wesfarmers chief executive Rob Scott has called for a nationally consistent approach to hotel quarantine and lockdowns as COVID-related buying boosted sales across the conglomerate’s retail outlets.
   Wesfarmers, SQM commit to $1.8bn Mt Holland project - Australian Mining  2021/02/18 00:06:51 Australian Mining
Wesfarmers and Sociedad Quimica y Minera de Chile (SQM) have pulled the trigger on the $US1.4 billion ($1.8 billion) Mt Holland lithium project in Western Australia.

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