Sub-prime woes see Allphones put plan to sell chain on hold; Paladin slugged by output woes; How the wolf from the west plans to revive Coles; Sell-off slices $323 from Anvil's value; Poll spree at odds with RBA's inflation fight.
Rising feedstock prices and a lack of government support are threatening to derail the Western Australian biofuels industry, with the state’s biggest biodiesel player suspending production at its two facilities.
Internet service providers across Australia are upping the stakes in their competition for market share, as the industry awaits the outcome of the federal election and release of national broadband policy.
State Environment Minister David Templeman has set tongues wagging after he effectively vetoed one of the final decisions handed down by acting Environmental Protection Authority chairman Barry Carbon.
Indonesia should be firmly in the sights of Western Australia’s mining industry, with the country’s economic growth rate approaching those of China and India, according to Austrade senior trade commissioner, Rod Morehouse.
Western Australia’s building and construction industry has raised concerns for the viability of some projects if a federal Labor government abolishes the Australian Building and Construction Commission, a recent survey by the Master Builders Association o
As Liberal parliamentarians and power brokers assess the polls, which all point to electoral demise and thus “wall-to-wall” Labor governments for the first time ever, some have begun to suspect that November 24 will bring utter devastation.
The State Government has allocated $15.6 million for non-government organisations to undertake a range of health promotion campaigns over the next three years, Health Minister Jim McGinty has announced.
The share price of West Perth-based Anvil Mining Ltd closed down 11.3 per cent as a review by the government of the Democratic Republic of Congo into the nation's 61 mining contracts is due to be handed to the country's mines minister today.