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Govt moves on Karratha estate

IN its latest move to meet growing demand for housing in the Pilbara, the state government has called for expressions of interest to develop medium-density housing at Baynton West in Karratha.

Lynas setbacks in WA and Malaysia

Lynas Corporation has responded to setbacks on two fronts by agreeing to issue an updated explanatory memorandum on its Forge Resources takeover offer and saying it welcomes a review of its proposed processing plant in Malaysia.

Financier has Many Rivers to cross

MANY Rivers Microfinance has undergone a rapid expansion of its operations in the Kimberley, Pilbara, and Goldfields regions since its arrival in Western Australia last year.

Companies share in grants

Three WA companies have shared in nearly $1 million of national grants from the federal government’s Re-tooling for Climate Change program.

Mrs Mac's gets govt dollars

Three WA companies have shared in nearly $1 million of national grants from the federal government's Re-tooling for Climate Change program.

Fraud a $25m problem in WA

WESTERN Australia’s booming economy seems to be driving an increased level of fraud, according to a recent study by accounting and advisory firm KPMG.The study, monitoring large frauds before Au

Nova gains on Austereo rivals

Nova 93.7 has emerged as the biggest mover in Perth's radio market, according to a Nielsen Media survey published today.

Debt claims hotels chain

Compass Hotel Group, which operates 12 hotels and bottleshops across Perth, has gone into receivership after struggling for three years under heavy debt.

McCusker sticks with charity role

Newly appointed Governor of Western Australia, Malcolm McCusker, hopes to use his position to extend his charity work when he takes over from Ken Michael on July 1.

Perth hotels owner in receivership

Compass Hotel Group, which operates 12 hotels and bottle shops across Perth, has gone into receivership after struggling for three years under heavy debt.

Pressure on at Cockburn plant

THE controversy over dust emissions from Cockburn Cement’s operations south of Perth is continuing, with competing claims being made by the state government, the Labor opposition and the company.

Workers boo WA premier over mining jobs

An estimated 5,000 workers marched on parliament today demanding local industry receive a larger share of work from the state's resource projects.

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Workers boo WA premier over mining jobs

An estimated 5,000 workers marched on parliament today demanding local industry receive a larger share of work from the state's resource projects.

Perth hotels owner in receivership

Compass Hotel Group, which operates 12 hotels and bottle shops across Perth, has gone into receivership after struggling for three years under heavy debt.

Mrs Mac's gets govt dollars

Three WA companies have shared in nearly $1 million of national grants from the federal government's Re-tooling for Climate Change program.

Lynas setbacks in WA and Malaysia

Lynas Corporation has responded to setbacks on two fronts by agreeing to issue an updated explanatory memorandum on its Forge Resources takeover offer and saying it welcomes a review of its proposed processing plant in Malaysia.