THE LOOSE Box Restaurant in Mundaring has been awarded Best Restaurant in WA at the 14th annual American Express WA Restaurant Awards held recently at Rendezvous Observ-ation City Hotel.
MARKETFORCE and JDA have dominated the winners list in this year’s Perth Art Directors’ Club Awards.
AD AGENCY 303 Advertising has won the account of the WA Tourism Commission for the next three years from 1 July.
AD AGENCY JDA has won the first Lion to be awarded to a WA agency at the 1999 Cannes International Advertising Awards. The Keep Australia Beautiful Coun-cil commercial, featuring the devastating effect litter has on wildlife, won a bronze Lion.
Despite the never-ending expectations placed upon it, Australia’s health care system is one of the best in the world.
The most serious threat to our continued corporate health from the Y2K bug is rapidly becoming Terminal Boredom.
MORE than $18 million will be invested on new projects this year on behalf of WA grain growers in the western region of the Grains Research and Development Corporation.
THE Association of Mining and Exploration Companies believes it has found a solution to the unemployment crisis facing geoscientists.
WHILE the design of the new Fremantle Maritime Museum has been lauded by architects, keeping its massive ocean-facing windows clean could pose a problem.
WA’s meetings and exhibitions sector is worth more than $700 million annually to the state economy, the Bur-eau of Tourism Re-search has found.
Consolidated Minerals Limited has relisted on the Australian bourse, more than twenty months after its predecessor, Valiant Consolidated Limit-ed, was suspended from trading.
A heavy reduction in gold exploration in Western Australia has impacted significantly on general mineral exploration in the State.
PERTH-based Reefton Mining NL, which recently picked up some hot diamond prospective property through a joint venture in Namibia, Southern Africa, has considerably expanded its diamond interests.
Perth-based hydrocarbon explor-er Hardman Resources NL is on track to develop its gas drilling project near Rome in Italy as the next stage of its exploration programme.
Hydrocarbon producer Woodside Petroleum Ltd has invested $8 million to support a research program developing electricity generation technology based on ceramic or solid oxide fuel cells.
A recent sharp rise in cobalt prices – benefiting Western Australian nickel producers with cobalt credits – has been attrib-uted to lower production in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Kanowna Lights NL, which has been exploring for base metals at its Pin-nacles nickel project 130 kilometres east of Kalgoorlie, is on the threshold of developing a gold project.
Before you select a web developer to build your website, it may be wise to ask how they intend to help you market the site online.
A NEW community website program will help twenty regional community groups develop a website to allow for greater communication between members.
WA BUSINESSES should gear up to trade in the online economy or risk being marginalised by the Internet business boom, says Works and Services Minister Mike Board.
THE ERG Motorola Alliance has won the contract to install and manage a smart card fare collection system in Rome’s Metrebus system for nine years, with an additional five year option.
AN electronic system for automatic and accurate measurement of volumes of solid objects could become a weapon in the fight against breast cancer.
There are literally thousands of ‘Industry Awards’ for website design on the Internet.
THE Westpac Group is to become the principal EFTPOS transaction processor for the ERG Group’s smart card products.
DIGITAL court recording software maker Future Technology Resources is taking a 13 per cent stake in online music retailer Chaos Multimedia.
TOP executives are paid too much, a recent survey has found.The Monster.com.au survey found 47 per cent of 1,183 respondents believed executives were overpaid.
The ten toughest questions asked in an interview have been compiled by recruitment firm Monster.com.au to help interviewees be better prepared.
THE Department of Productivity and Labour Relations and the Security Agents Institute have joined forces to raise awareness of employment obligations within Perth’s security industry.
MORE than 57 per cent of employees would prefer to be working from home and 70.7 per cent said they would be as productive as if they were at ‘work’ a Morgan & Banks survey has found.
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