Whyalla's city council anticipates its population will "explode" from 22,000 to 80,000 in the next 10 to 20 years as the regional South Australian centre embarks on an ambitious upgrade to its steelworks and local infrastructure.
Whyalla's city council anticipates its population will "explode" from 22,000 to 80,000 by 2040, as the regional South Australian centre unveils plans to upgrade its steelworks and local infrastructure.
Unionists mark the 80th anniversary of an iconic industrial dispute that influenced Australia's relationship with Japan, as Shinzo Abe becomes the first Japanese Prime Minister to visit Darwin since WWII.
Australia's exports surge to a monthly record of $37.5b as more worrying signs show up in China's capacity to keep financing the booming trade surplus.
Would you take a 10 per cent pay cut to save your town? Whyalla was on the brink of becoming a ghost town when its biggest employer went bust. Now everyone’s reaping the rewards of their sacrifice after a British billionaire became their "saviour".
Having looked in strife a few years ago, steelmaker Bluescope has continued its remarkable recovery aided by stripped down costs and higher prices.
US President Donald Trump backs boycotting American motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson, the latest salvo in a dispute between the company and Mr Trump over tariffs on steel.
Steel giant Bluescope signs onto Australia's largest solar power-purchasing agreement in a bid to cut energy costs and improve reliability.
Steel magnate Sanjeev Gupta is seen by many as Whyalla's saviour — now he is planning yet another major investment in the city.