Mal Bryce

Mal Bryce honoured for political, industry contribution

Former WA deputy premier Mal Bryce, who won accolades for championing the information and communication technology (ICT) sector and small business through political and commercial careers spanning more than 40 years, has passed away at the age of 75.

Bryce eager to tame ‘the beast’

WESTERN Australia is poised to become a global competitor in the world of supercomputing, which could assist the state in securing the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) project and benefit various other astronomy industries.

Bryce defends SBDC

THE founder of the Small Business Development Corporation has expressed dismay that the Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA has named the SBDC as one of 50 agencies it wants either abolished or privatised in a step towards public sector reform.

Australia behind on broadband

BUSINESS may miss out on the next big earnings driver because government has under-invested in telecommunications infrastructure, according to former deputy premier Mal Bryce.

Industry backs IT forum

FORMER WA Labor deputy premier and Dow Digital director Mal Bryce has been appointed to chair the WA Government’s new Information and Communications Industry Development Forum.

A legacy of accountability and balance

FORMER Labor deputy premier Mal Bryce’s CV is one most Liberal premiers or deputy premiers would envy.

Bryce celebrates life online

INFORMATION technology proponent, BusinessNews columnist, and former WA deputy premier Mal Bryce has been lured into another venture.