Civil and mining contractor Brierty has revised its earming guidance for the financial year ended June 30 2011, and now expects full year net profit after tax will be in the range of break even to $750,000.
A large jump in residential lot applications in the December quarter is a sign of the development industry's confidence in the medium-term property market, according to the Urban Development Institute of Australia.
The state government says it is delivering on its promise to meet demand for land in the Kimberley, with the release of 50 house and land packages at Waranyjarri Estate tomorrow, part of the new residential development, Broome North.
Richard Jonathon Sheridan, the director of One Emperor Pty Ltd (deregistered – ASIC) trading as WOW Makeovers, has been successfully prosecuted by the Building Commissioner for registration and contractual offences he committed in relation to a $250,000 renovation of a Scarborough house between May and November 2011.
Two Western Australian businesses and a WA venue manager have won major titles at the Australian Hotels Association national awards for excellence, announced at the Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast last night.
iiNet managing director Michael Malone has warned a Senate Committee that the federal government's national broadband network is doomed to be a huge monumental failure and a waste of $5 billion of taxpayers money.
The state government has given conditional approval for the Plunkett family's proposed residential development at Moore River, north of Perth, but has substantially scaled down the size of the project.
The globally-respected Western Australian School of Mines campus in Kalgoorlie will inevitably be closed unless far reaching changes are made, some of the school's most prominent graduates have warned.
Port Bouvard has lodged its master plan for the Gidgegannup townsite with the City of Swan and the Western Australian Planning Commission following 18 months of planning and environmental investigations.