Catie started her journalism career at Business News before broadening her experience with a stint as the commercial property editor for The West Australian. During this period she also covered the retail, technology and healthcare sectors, before shifting into the role of fashion editor for two years. Catie then took a break from reporting to have a family, and returned as a regular contributor to Business News in early 2016.
WESTERN Australia’s isolation is a powerful source of inspiration for many local artists, but building a national profile can be a costly exercise when you live on the western edge of our vast continent.
THE Swan River Trust and the City of Subiaco have effectively skittled a redevelopment proposal for the Matilda Bay Tea Rooms, forcing the proponent to abandon plans for a licensed cafe on the iconic site.
Former West Coast Eagles’ star David Wirrpanda has harnessed his celebrity profile to help develop a better future for disadvantaged indigenous kids and a powerful legacy that will outlive his sporting triumphs.
LOCAL developers are becoming increasingly concerned about the State’s planning system, which they claim is too costly and lacking experienced planners.
At the heart of the matter are inconsistencies across the State’s local councils.
CHINESE airline China Southern is undertaking market research at home and in WA to measure the demand for flights into Perth International Airport.
The airline has experienced double digit growth in passenger numbers into Australia in the past 12 months
THE deregulation of retail trading hours is expected to deliver a bonus to some retail property owners, however, not everyone will emerge a winner.
One retail property analyst said the spectre of deregulated trading hours represented two very dif
THE absence of regulation in the strata management industry has provoked concern about this $28.5 billion sector of the residential property market.
The chairman of a Legislative Assembly inquiry into the strata management industry in WA, Member
A PROPOSAL for an 86-room floating hotel at Barrack Square has been given conditional approval by the City of Perth Council.
The $25 million development proposal, put forward by local operation PH3 Property Group, will now go before the Swan Rive
Major private investment player Wyllie Group has cut direct ties with mining dealmaker Michael Fotios’s investment syndicate, Investmet, a significant backer of junior resources companies and other speculative opportunities.
The liquidation of mining services outfit C&G Group Industries has revealed links between the Western Australian operation’s director, Christopher Skelly, and a messy business collapse in Christchurch New Zealand.