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October 3 Melville Toyota Pink Ribbon Ball, sponsored by Worldwide Online Printing. Run annually by Momentum Women’s Forum that raises money to support breast cancer research. Raffles and auction, as well as a silent auction will feature in fundraising activities. $220 per person/$2,000 table of 10. 7pm till late at the PCEC. Ph 9484 1133, email momentumwf@westnet.com.au, visit www.momentumwf.com.au. Fuelling food in WA: How will we eat when oil runs low? The era of cheap oil is coming to an end, sparking major worldwide concern about the increased costs of fuel and food. WA’s food production is particularly – how will we cope? $66 members/$250 non-members, 9 am to 5 pm at the UWA University Club. Ph David Bennett 0438 210 251 or visit www.stcwa.org.au. October 8 ‘A touch of pink’ breakfast. $50 breakfast in aid of breast cancer at the Astral room, Burswood. Part of the ‘global illumination’ campaign. Address by cancer survivor Heather Slavin and National Naidoc Aboriginal person of the year, Colleen Hayward. Ph Jenny Rogers 0407 510 948, 08 9261 0888, email: jennyr@abnamromorgans.com.au. October 9 Opening the Eastern Door: a new era of doing business in China. Austrade-sponsored cocktail evening aimed at companies considering providing services in China or those currently operating east and looking for updates on new legislation. With senior trade experts. $55, 5.30-8.30 at Frasers Kings Park, ph 03 9286 1862, email lynnette.mcgowan@rsmi.com.au. Australia Day Council of WA lunch with WA Australian of the Year. Mark Bin Bakar meets Mary G – the Black Queen of the Kimberley. $99pp or $900 table of 10. 12.15pm start-1.45 pm at the government house ballroom. Ph 9325 9988, visit www.ausdaywa.com.au Australian British Chamber of Commerce: breakfast briefing with Kerry Sanderson. Having served as CEO at Fremantle Ports since 1991 following her role as deputy director General of Transport WA, Ms Sanderson will share her thoughts on some of the factors she sees as essential for business success in an era of globalisation. $55 members/$66 non-members, 7 – 9am at the Parmelia Hilton. Email abcwa@iinet.net.au, visit www.britishchamber.com. October 14 Supervision skills for new managers: Finsia professional development short course. $682 members/$795 non-members. 9am-5 pm. Contact Kaplan professional, ph 1300 135 798, email info@kaplan.edu.au, visit www.kaplanprofessional.edu.au. ‘ For an extensive list of future events, please go to www.wabusinessnews.com.au/planner.php

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