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We’re on the move

BUSINESS News is on the move.

The first step in our expansion towards a new, improved weekly format will occur on July 15 when Business News relocates to 82 Beaufort Street.

The move to the building, which includes the Labor Party’s Trades Hall, will make Business News more accessible and increase its profile.

Business News will be published weekly from August 3.

The expansion reflects the paper’s confidence in WA and

the need for a regular publication to service the State’s growing business community.

The weekly Business News will include many new ideas while

retaining the best features from our fortnightly paper which has served the State for nine years.

Business News is growing with WA.

The move is part of a number of changes for the Beaufort Street building, home of the Labor Party for about a century.

Labor hopes to sell the second floor, 841 square metre strata title for about $455,000, or $540 a square metre.

Labor associate State secretary Bill Johnston said Trades Hall, built in 1903, no longer suited the party.

“The floor space is all wrong for us,” Mr Johnston said.

“The times of using the hall every day are long gone.

“Unions are now in the suburbs and that’s where they do their business.”

The Community and Public Sector Union has sold its office in the same building and there are also plans for a major face-lift for the building later this year.

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