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A small group of Perth investors who continue to support the unfashionable biotechnology sector are hoping that patience will prove to be a virtue, just like for the mining investors who stuck to their guns during the tech boom and are now reaping the rew
The Chamber of Minerals and Energy has appointed Reg Howard-Smith as chief executive, replacing Tim Shanahan, who now serves as director of the University of Western Australia's Energy and Minerals Initiative.
Churchlands-based education provider IBT Education Ltd has signed an agreement with Wales' Swansea University to establish a pathway program provider for students from outside the European Union, the company's third UK venture, it has announced.
The National Australia Day Council has announced the State and Territory finalists for the Australian of the Year Awards 2008, with Western Australia's Mark Bin Bakar, George Jelinek, David Joske and Patricia Lavater among the nominees for the top prize.
The State Government has launched an advertising campaign to encourage businesses to take on more apprentices and trainees, after Education Department figures revealed employer numbers were not keeping pace with the growth in numbers of budding tradespeop
An $11 million collaboration between universities and the CSIRO to unlock stranded offshore oil and gas reserves through improved subsea pipeline design will be launched today at the University of Western Australia.
Semillon sauvignon blanc may be the drop of the moment and chardonnay may be the white wine style that put Margaret River whites on the map, but it is riesling that has dominated the trophy podium at the Qantas Wine Show for the past five years.
The University of Western Australia’s long-running battle to develop a 33-hectare parcel of land in Shenton Park looks set to proceed after the Environmental Protection Authority concluded that its proposal was acceptable.
Wesfarmers Ltd and the UWA Perth International Arts Festival have won the top prize for a business arts partnership at the national Australia Business Arts Foundation Awards, held in Sydney last night.