TRACING a steak's origins can be a difficult task, but if you are eating a cut of beef from Amelia Park you can be sure it has come from a farm in Borden via a processor in Bunbury and through a butcher in Jandakot.
In McNally Group's first year of operations, in the 2008-09 financial year, the modular building company turned over $439.
This financial year the family owned and run business will have revenue of more than $40 million.
The Art Gallery of Western Australia today launched Picasso to Warhol: Fourteen Modern Masters, the first exhibition in a series of six from New York's Museum of Modern Art that director Stefano Carboni has secured.
It's not common for a community services organisation to go through a rebranding process.
That is partly because not-for-profit stakeholders want to know what the value of a rebrand is and why money is being spent developing pretty logos instead of delivering services.
Information and communication technology company Kinetic IT has very serious ambitions.
Chief executive and co-founder Terry North said the goal was to become the world's largest IT management company.
The DomGas Alliance has called for a national domestic gas reservation policy and said the current system is not in the national interest because it is leading to seriously low gas supplies and escalating gas prices.
WHEELCHAIR Sports WA has firmed up its governance over the past two years with the hope that a robust board will lead to greater corporate support and a better community understanding of the organisation's role.
The consolidation of major multinational record labels and rapidly evolving music-sharing technology has shifted the power in the music industry and provided new ways for local independent artists to gain influence in the competitive industry.
A beach barbeque, lunch in the vines and a 'gourmet village' at Leeuwin Estate Winery will be some of the events at the Margaret River Gourmet Escape food and wine festival, to be held in the south west in late November.
BHP Billiton's proposed $20 billion expansion of its outer harbour project in the Pilbara has received federal environment approval, but the board's decision to proceed won't be made for several months.