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11/04/2008 - 06:47

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Midwest wants port vote; UWA joins Chevron's oil and gas stellar class; Tatts, Tabcorp shattered by gaming blow; BHP warning to Garrett; Council warns lack of land will push industrial rents sky-high

Midwest wants port vote
Perth takeover target Midwest Corp wants shareholders to decide wether the assign Yilgarn Infrastructure the right to build a $1.5 billion iron ore port at Oakejee. The West

UWA joins Chevron's oil and gas stellar class
The University of Western Australia has joined 16 select global universities as part of the Chevron University Partnership Program, signing a deal with the US energy giant that will see it establish a new chair in natural process engineering. The West

Tatts, Tabcorp shattered by gaming blow
Tatts Group and Tabcorp's stranglehold on Victoria's $5 billion a year gaming industry has been broken after a radical shake-up of poker machine and wagering licences. The Fin Review

BHP warning to Garrett
BHP Billiton has warned Federal Environment Minister Peter Garrett that he will cost Western Australia more than $9 billion if he knocks back plans to unlock infrastructure bottlenecks for the company's iron ore business. The Australian

Council warns lack of land will push industrial rents sky-high
The Property Council of Australia warned yesterday that huge jumps in industrial rents of up to 300 per cent would become increasingly common unless the WA Government urgently released more industrial land. The West

 

THE WEST AUSTRALIAN
Business: Perth takeover target Midwest Corp wants shareholders to decide wether the assign Yilgarn Infrastructure the right to build a $1.5 billion iron ore port at Oakejee.

The University of Western Australia has joined 16 select global universities as part of the Chevron University Partnership Program, signing a deal with the US energy giant that will see it establish a new chair in natural process engineering.

Consolidated Mineral managing director Rodney Baxter, who steered the WA manganese miner through a year-long takeover battle eventually won by Ukrainian billionaire Gennadiy Bogolyubov, has resigned suddenly.

The Property Council of Australia warned yesterday that huge jumps in industrial rents of up to 300 per cent would become increasingly common unless the WA Government urgently released more industrial land.

 

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