Peter Cockcroft has resigned as a director of Kairiki Energy.
Steven Wood has resigned as a joint company secretary of WHL Energy.
Listed companies have made up a strong contingent of this fortnight's hottest startups and tech companies, with the top five spots all taken by ASX-listed or soon-to-be listed companies.
Spanish infrastructure giant Ferrovial has begun overhauling the Broadspectrum board as its takeover of the detention centre operator nears completion, with Diane Smith-Gander to remain as chair.
A local company using high-tech camouflage to protect swimmers from shark attacks has made a strong debut on the ASX.
Castillo Copper has appointed Nicole Fernandes as a non-executive director and Tim Slate as its joint company secretary.
Jack James has resigned as a non-executive director of the company.
Denise Cheir has been appointed to the board of Ronald McDonald House Perth. Ms Cheir is also general manager public relations at Crown Perth.
Louise Walsh has been appointed as the chief executive officer of Future Generation Global. Ms Walsh previously held the role of joint chief executive officer at the company.
Mark Paganin has been appointed as chair to the advisory board of the University Club of Western Australia. Mr Paganin replaces Tony J Howarth who was the University Club's inaugural chair.
Stuart James has been appointed partner in Resources & Utilities team of Ashurst in Perth.
Stewart Butel will retire as the managing director of Wesfarmers Resources at the end of July. Mr Butel has been associated with Wesfarmers since 2000.
KPMG’s global uranium commodity expert Derek Meates has joined KPMG in Perth.
Plymouth Minerals has appointed John Sanders as technical manager and Robert Jewson as its business development manager.
Balcatta-based PS Structures has won a $28.5 million contract for expansion work at Churchlands Senior High School due to be completed in 2018.
Curtin University has appointed Richard Francis director of its Asia Business Centre.
Australian Institute of Management WA chief executive Gary Martin has been elected chair of the Telethon Speech & Hearing Centre For Children WA Board for a three year term.
Macquarie Capital executive director Justin Mannolini has left the company after three years in the role.
Cor Cordis has appointed Jeremy Nipps as a partner in its Perth office. Mr Nipps joined the firm in December as an associate director.
Edison Property has appointed Alan Mijacika director, commercial and industrial. Mr Mijacika was formerly a commercial executive for Preston Realestate Group.
Perth-based geosciences company DownUnder GeoSolutions has appointed Christopher Davin chief operating officer.
Department of Transport director-general Reece Waldock is set to retire in July.
Mr Waldock was appointed the inaugural chief executive of the Public Transport Authority of WA in 2003.
Taejin Kim has resigned as a non-executive director of Stargroup. Mr Kim had joined the board of Stargroup in 2015.
Strategic Minerals Corporation managing director Walter Martin has passed away.
Mr Martin had been involved with the company since 1991.
David Putnam has resigned as interim chief executive officer of Western Mining Network. Mr Putnam has served as interim CEO since the past nine months.
Aboriginal Cultural Material Committee has appointed four new committee members, namely Merle Carter, Patrick Churnside, Bruce Smith and Lindsay Dean.
South West Development Commission chief executive officer, Don Punch, has announced his retirement.
Mr Punch will be departing on July 1, 2016, after nearly 18 years with SWDC.
The Youth Affairs Council of Western Australia has appointed Ross Wortham chief executive officer.
Mr Wortham started with YACWA in January as director, policy and advocacy.
Volunteering WA has appointed Tina Williams chief executive officer.
Ms Williams was previously the marketing and development manager for the Women and Infants Research Foundation.
Robert S Middlemas has resigned as non-executive director of Elemental Minerals, after 6 years with board both as a non-executive director and previously as a non-executive chairman.
iiNet founder Michael Malone has been appointed to the board of NBN Co.
The South West Development Commission has appointed Sue Daubney as deputy chair to replace former Busselton Mayor Ian Stubbs who left the board after stepping down from his role on the council.
Wellard has appointed Brendan Wade chief operating officer.
Mr Wade left Landmark last year, after serving as its livestock manager in Queensland and northern New South Wales.
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Legal action is being taken against ride-share company Uber for not having the appropriate licence to operate in Western Australia.
Former stockbroker and the founding managing director of Euroz, Shane Gherbaz, has passed away after a battle with illness.
Brierty and three Aboriginal contracting firms have won a $300 million contract with Rio Tinto to complete mining and civil works on a project in the Pilbara.
Treasurer Wayne Swan has slammed mining magnate Gina Rinehart for insulting Australian workers after she called for a cut to the minimum wage and accused people of being jealous of the wealthy.
Acquitted murder suspect Lloyd Rayney has spoken of his sadness that his wife's killer is still at large, rather than the relief he feels at being cleared of killing her himself.
A consortium led by Leighton Contractors and Georgiou Group has been chosen by the state government to deliver its $1 billion-plus Gateway WA project.
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