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.
WITH Seniors Week coming up next week, we thought it apt to examine some of the issues involving our ageing population.There is no doubt that this demographic shift will continue to impact on us all, as it has for the past five decades.
WHILE the corporatisation of the childcare sector shows no signs of slowing, industry observers warn that the underlying property assets are closely aligned to the performance of the individual businesses.
THE Home Building Contracts Amendment Bill tabled by Consumer and Employment Protection Minister John Kobelke will lay the groundwork for the development of a mutual scheme to provide housing indemnity insurance for residential builders.
THE $100 million redevelopment proposal put forward by Multiplex for the Raffles Hotel site in Applecross will spark some robust community debate if the history of development in the area is any guide.
Water shortages and the rising cost of usage are major issues for WA businesses, which already pay a premium for their water. Likely cost increases will put further pressure on this valuable resource, as Catie Low reports.
MAXIMISING water is a priority for local industries that are heavily reliant on this precious resource.The spectre of increasing costs is driving some innovative ideas, including arrangements where companies may be able to sell their waste water to ...
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.