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Non-invasive tech just what the doc ordered

Medical technology may have taken a back seat to resources stocks during the mining boom, but the sector has generated a lot more interest of late, with several players in reverse takeovers on the ASX.

$800m Pilbara project nears operation

Construction is nearing completion on the $800 million Yara International-led explosives plant on the Burrup Peninsula.

Tat Hong associate acquires 9% of McAleese

A Singaporean supplier of cranes and heavy machinery has emerged as a substantial shareholder of mining services player McAleese Group, spending over $3 million to acquire more than 9 per cent of the company.

Oz Brewing 3D printing takeover done

Shares in technology hopeful Oz Brewing jumped 33.3 per cent after it concluded a reverse takeover deal with 3D printing company 333D, which was more than a year in the making.

Lucapa Diamond raises $4m

Subiaco-based Lucapa Diamonds raised $4 million from a placement of shares to grow cash flows at its Lulo Diamond Project in Angola.

Perth to host international rugby

nib Stadium will host a rugby union international for the first time next year following the state government's announcement today of a two-year deal with the Australian Rugby Union.

Pioneer announces $1m profit upgrade

Perth financial services provider Pioneer Credit has today reported its 2014-15 earnings are expected to exceed its $6.6 million forecast, and post an operating profit of $7.7 million.

MyFiziq plans $6m IPO

A group of Perth venture capitalists is backing plans by a local health scientist for an IPO of a new fitness-based business development, including a body-measuring app that is still on the drawing boards.

Negative gearing not just for the rich: report

The Real Estate Institute of Australia says its recently released report into negative gearing shows renters would pay much more if there were to be any changes to the policy, despite claims to the contrary by a leading research institute.

Northern Mining sells gold project to Metals X

Local miner Metals X has reached an agreement with Northern Mining to acquire the Georges Reward gold project at Bulong in Western Australia for a cash sum of $4.5 million.

Manas to raise $5m for gold project

Perth-based gold miner Manas Resources has launched a $4.7 million capital raising plan to fund pre-development work at its Shambesai gold project in southern Kyrgyzstan.

Doray posts record gold production

Doray Minerals has announced a 15 per cent increase in full-year gold production at its Andy Well gold project, located in the Murchison region of Western Australia.

Yangebup builder warned by Building Commission

Yangebup building company Bellagio Homes has been formally cautioned by the Building Commission's building services board for falling to comply with State Administrative Tribunal orders.

ERS named Telstra WA business of the year

Last year's Business News Rising Stars winner, emergency response and security services provider Executive Risk Solutions, has taken the top prize as the 2015 Telstra Western Australian business of the year.

Ahrens adds Savannah to expand its Pilbara presence

South Australian construction and engineering company Ahrens has acquired Savannah Engineers for an undisclosed sum, expanding its existing Pilbara presence.

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Yangebup builder warned by Building Commission

Yangebup building company Bellagio Homes has been formally cautioned by the Building Commission's building services board for falling to comply with State Administrative Tribunal orders.

Perth to host international rugby

nib Stadium will host a rugby union international for the first time next year following the state government's announcement today of a two-year deal with the Australian Rugby Union.

MyFiziq plans $6m IPO

A group of Perth venture capitalists is backing plans by a local health scientist for an IPO of a new fitness-based business development, including a body-measuring app that is still on the drawing boards.

Ahrens adds Savannah to expand its Pilbara presence

South Australian construction and engineering company Ahrens has acquired Savannah Engineers for an undisclosed sum, expanding its existing Pilbara presence.

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Negative gearing not just for the rich: report

The Real Estate Institute of Australia says its recently released report into negative gearing shows renters would pay much more if there were to be any changes to the policy, despite claims to the contrary by a leading research institute.

Oz Brewing 3D printing takeover done

Shares in technology hopeful Oz Brewing jumped 33.3 per cent after it concluded a reverse takeover deal with 3D printing company 333D, which was more than a year in the making.