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.
Water Resources Minister John Kobelke has asked his department to accelerate development of a management plan for the Collie-Wellington Basin, after a State Government-commissioned report found the site was a realistic water source for the future.
Perth-based seafood company Australis Aquaculture Ltd aims to raise $10 million through a placement and share issue to fund the acquisition of Vietnamese farming production assets and an upgrade of its US supply and distribution infrastructure.
The WA ALP conference and Liberal Party's Federal Council meetings allowed for bush telegraph chatter this week, while Catholic Archbishops noted thrice-crowing roosters and the access card was lead out to pasture.
South Perth-based Olympia Resources Ltd will close its entitlements issue today, aiming to raise $3.2 million for exploration of three mineral sands tenements in Western Australia, Kalimantan and the Northern Territory.
Former Western Australian premier Geoff Gallop and Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA chief executive John Langoulant will serve on the Council of Australian Governments reform council, Prime Minister John Howard announced today.
A diplomat, they say, will tell you to go to hell so nicely that you look forward to the trip. Both state and federal politicians issued directions this week as fairness, English and citizenship tests dominated the agenda.