30/06/2008 - 06:26

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30/06/2008 - 06:26

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Business wins $5bn in tax cuts; Kiernan in last-ditch push to save empire; 20-year vision for rail network; Tate left holding 1pc of rejigged wine group; PBL Media value slashed to zero

Business wins $5bn in tax cuts
Business will reap almost $5 billion in tax cuts to state taxes over the next four years as governments slash payroll and nuisance taxes. The Fin Review

Kiernan in last-ditch push to save empire
Newly appointed Monarch Gold managing director Michael Kiernan was last night understood to be putting the final touches to a rescue package in a last-gasp to bid to save the stricken miner from collapse. The West

20-year vision for rail network
Perth train commuters will have to wait until after the next state election to find out which parts of the Carpenter's Government ambitious 20-year vision for expanding the city's passenger rail network will be granted funding. The West

Tate left holding 1pc of rejigged wine group
Nine years after floating family winemaker Evans & Tate former company head Franklin Tate will be left holding just over one per cent of the restructured group when it returns to the stock exchange today after a ten-months hiatus. The West

PBL Media value slashed to zero
PBL Media has been valued at zero in a report by one of the country's top media analysts. The Australian

 

THE WEST AUSTRALIAN

Perth train commuters will have to wait until after the next state election to find out which parts of the Carpenter's Government ambitious 20-year vision for expanding the city's passenger rail network will be granted funding.

Business: Newly appointed Monarch Gold managing director Michael Kiernan was last night understood to be putting the final touches to a rescue package in a last-gasp to bid to save the stricken miner from collapse.

Nine years after floating family winemaker Evans & Tate former company head Franklin Tate will be left holding just over one per cent of the restructured group when it returns to the stock exchange today after a ten-months hiatus.

PBL Media value slashed to zero
PBL Media has been valued at zero in a report by one of the country's top media analysts. The Australian


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