An attempt from the former chairman of Burswood-based Wavenet International Ltd, Peter Gregory, to oust the current board has failed, with shareholders voting down all proposed board changes at today's general meeting.
Lead miner Magellan Metals Ltd, a subsidiary of Canadian lead producer Ivernia Inc, has started a community information program in Fremantle, explaining their plans to ship 500 containers of lead per month through the port city.
Federal politicians stepped back in time this week as the themes of the 2001 election, terrorism and immigration, returned to centre stage.Meanwhile, in Western Australia, John Kobelke backs new stadium and tram bells ring for Alannah MacTiernan.
Subiaco-based Summit Resources Ltd has mounted legal action against its former managing director, Alan Eggers, and Newland Resources Ltd over a joint venture agreement signed between the two companies.
Subiaco-based Global Nickel Investments Ltd has announced plans to raise $3 million in its initial public offer to fund exploration of prospective gold and nickel projects in a joint venture with Cazaly Resources Ltd.
While the Prime Minister compared child abuse in indigenous communities with Hurricane Katrina, a strong gust blew Julian Grill out of the ALP, changing winds threaten to leave Neale Fong with a bad expression and a fresh breeze is due in WA's Upper House
West Perth-based base metals exploration company DMC Mining Ltd will close its $2.2 million initial public offer today, with money raised to go towards the acquisition and exploration of its tenements in New South Wales and Western Australia.
South Africa's Harmony Gold Mining Group Ltd has received over $6 million worth of shares from Nedlands-based Dioro Exploration Ltd, which today issued 45 million shares to fund the acquisition of eastern goldfields tenements.
Perth-based pharmaceutical products commercialisation specialist Helicon Group Ltd will open its initial public offer today, aiming to raise $4 million to fund market research and pursuit of new opportunities in the Chinese and North Asian markets.
The Canberra controversies of broadband pork barrelling, poorly behaved unionists and the budget surplus were blown out of the water this week by a new policy on remote indigenous communities, while Neale Fong's email history had a similar effect in WA.
A memorandum of understanding between the governments of Western Australia and South Australia will keep a "significant" amount of the construction of air warfare destroyers in WA, Industry and Enterprise Minister Francis Logan has said.
Malaga-based scaffolding and form-work supplier PCH Group Ltd has resumed discussions surrounding a potential takeover bid with UK-based industrial services company Cape PLC, two months after earlier talks faltered.
Perth-based iron ore hopeful Australasian Resources Ltd has appointed former Theiss Pty Ltd executive Nick Jukes to its board, along with former Snowden Mining consultant Andrew Caruso as managing director, following the resignation of Darren Hedley from
Visitors have been causing trouble in State and Federal Parliaments this week, with door-knocking union bosses, high-rollers at Kirribilli House and lost couriers at WA's Parliament all gatecrashing debate, while Holly Deane-Johns remains uninvited.
The former chairman of Burswood-based wireless communication technology developer Wavenet International Ltd, Peter Gregory, is seeking to oust current chairman Mick Stroud and return to the company board.
West Perth-based uranium explorer Atomic Resources Ltd will close its $6.25 million initial public offer today, with funds raised to be used for the evaluation and exploration of its assets in Western Australia and Tanzania.