Rival regional television networks Golden West Network and WIN Television look set to go head to head in the pivotal local evening news segment, as WIN expands its presence in major Western Australian regional centres.
Overfishing in a number of countries and the growing international trade presence of Australian businesses has spawned several local aquaculture companies marketing high-end seafood products like barramundi.
In the wake of the AWB oil for wheat scandal, research from the Centre for Australian Ethical Research (CAER) has shown only half of Australia’s most prominent companies have policies addressing the issues of bribery and corruption.
Perth financial services technology company CCK Financial Solutions Ltd recently put pen to paper on three contracts in Malaysia for the implementation of its specialty treasury management product, Guava.
Graeme Hunt, the man who has presided over BHP Billiton's massive works in the state's north west, as president of the company's important iron ore business, has been promoted to a new role as head of resource giant's Aluminium division.
Bentley-based veterinary medical technology company Chemeq Limited posted a half-year net loss of $13.6 million to December 31 2005, as it works its way through the commercialisation process for its technology.
The Australian Building and Construction Commission has said it would consider prosecutions if it was deemed that the actions taken by around 400 workers, to walk off the job on the Perth to Mandurah rail project, were unlawful.
Perth headquartered energy company Arc Energy announced a half-year EBITDA result of $40.1 million for the six months to December 31 2005 - an increase of 34.2 per cent on the previous corresponding period.