HYDROGEN powered buses may be on Perth streets in the near future. Transport Minister Murray Criddle is visiting Germany for a briefing on the virtually emission-free fuel cell being trialled in buses there and in Canada.
AFTER just 12 months in WA, the Corporation Builders program has borne its first fruit. Rope and climbing equipment manufacturer Fallright International has signed a $2.7 million deal with venture capitalist Foundation Capital.
WA played host to 589,000 international guests last financial year — equivalent to half the local population, according to WA Tourism Commission figures.The WATC found those guests spent $837 million while they were here.
RURAL villages are on the drawing board for the Swan Valley. GHD Consultants has been employed by the Ministry of Planning to prepare structure plans for villages at Caversham, Middle Swan and Herne Hill.
In spite of adverse El Nino climatic conditions affecting its Mt Muro mining operations in Indonesia, Aurora Gold Limited reported a net profit $14.5 million from silver and gold sales for the fiscal year ended December 31.
RESIDENTIAL approvals have risen both in country and metropolitan areas in WA. In the Perth metropolitan area, the WA Ministry for Planning reports final approval was given to 404 residential lots in January.
Over the past three years, Q Multimedium has grown from a small operation to an international phenomenon. If its speed of growth and plans for the future are anything to go by, there may not be room in the current business lexicon to describe exactly what
In garages all around Australia, in car boots, in boxes, lofts and under houses, there are balls by the millions.White balls, yellow balls, fluffy balls, bald balls, big balls and small balls. All unused balls.
RECOGNISING the need for a Darwin-based multifaceted oil and gas service organisation, Upstream Petroleum have situated themselves as the first and only oil and gas consultancy currently in the Northern Territory.
THE short-term future looks rosy for Australia’s economy says BIS Shrapnel chief economist Frank Gelber. Dr Gelber told a recent Economic Outlook briefing that Australia faced heady times for the next two years.
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