Sheffield signs LNG deal with Woodside, Energy Developments

Sheffield Resources has signed a deal with Woodside Petroleum and Energy Developments for the supply of liquified natural gas to the Thunderbird mineral sands project in the Kimberley.

ServTech acquires VR developer

Osborne Park-based ServTech Global Holdings has acquired an Italy-based virtual reality and augmented reality software developer in an all-script deal worth around $5.9 million up-front, as the company seeks to turn around its struggling performance.

Tams expands into Qld

Marine services company TAMS Group has expanded outside of Western Australia, acquiring two Queensland-based companies with a combined staff of about 150 employees.

Sandfire seeks $94.5m takeover of MOD

Sandfire Resources confirmed today it has approached MOD Resources about a potential takeover, with the target proceeding instead with a $15 million capital raising to support work on its T3 copper project.

US fund lifts stake in Perth lender

A New York-based hedge fund has moved to majority ownership of specialist business lender Radium Capital after purchasing a 50 per cent stake in the Perth-based company.

IOOF flags delay in ANZ pension deal

Wealth manager IOOF Holdings says its buyout of pension assets from ANZ Banking Group has been delayed by at least three months, as fallout from a damaging finance sector inquiry hits dealmaking.

Reject Shop bidder wants full Xmas picture

Under-pressure retailer The Reject Shop says it expects half-year profit to match earlier guidance, but the firm circling for a takeover wants a clearer picture of the company's Christmas sales performance.

Navitas to recommend acceptance of $2.1bn bid

Navitas directors have recommended shareholders accept an increased $2.1 billion takeover proposal by a consortium that includes its founder and former chief executive, Rod Jones, who says the new ownership would boost the company's prospects .

Takeovers Panel receives second Flinders’ notice

Flinders Mines' second largest shareholder has submitted an application to the Takeovers Panel to prevent the company from continuing with its proposed delisting, just a day after it received a similar notice from its 12th largest shareholder.

Finbar plans share buy-back

Finbar Group has announced an on-market share buy-back program under which the company could spend about $16 million repurchasing 7 per cent of its own shares.

EGL to buy RCR energy assets

Victoria-based gas turbine engineering services company The Environmental Group will acquire the energy division of RCR Tomlinson, less than two months after the latter entered into voluntary administration.

Healius rejects Jangho's $2bn buyout bid

Australian hospital operator Healius Ltd has rejected an 'opportunistic' $2.02 billion takeover offer from its largest shareholder, Jangho Hong Kong Holdings.

Shine acquires Carr & Co

ASX-listed law firm Shine Corporate has expanded its presence in Western Australia with the acquisition of local firm Carr & Co Divorce and Family Lawyers.

Doray Minerals in $15m sale

Gold and copper producer Doray Minerals has announced the sale of its Andy Well and Gnaweeda gold projects to Westgold Resources, in a cash and scrip deal worth $15 million.

Explaurum backs new Ramelius bid

The board of Explaurum has backed a revised takeover offer from Mark Zeptner-led Ramelius Resources for the gold explorer.

Sydney investor buys Micromine

Private equity investor Potentia Capital has acquired a majority stake in Nedlands-based Micromine, eight months after the mining software developer hired PwC to find a new owner.

Birimian plans $8.2m raising, reviews business

Subiaco-based Birimian has announced plans to raise $8.2 million for its Goulamina project in Mali, while the lithium aspirant also flagged a business review and two separate agreements with Chinese companies.

Lateral raises $7.3m for Soar, Unocart

Tommy Shin-led Lateral Capital Ventures has secured funding for two Perth-based startups, led by a $6.8 million raising for blockchain platform Soar.

Ramelius adds cash to Explaurum offer

Ramelius Resources has revised its hostile takeover offer for gold-focused Explaurum, adding a 2 cents per share sweetener to its original deal.

Capricorn secures $107m debt deal

Gold aspirant Capricorn Metals has locked in a $107 million debt package, while Subiaco-based TNG has appointed a German bank to lead a $US600 million ($850 million) debt raising.

TSI in $8.6m purchase

Local tech company Transaction Solutions International has acquired a Sydney-based cloud management business in a deal worth $8.6 million.