Solutions to prevent a potential looming shortage of critical minerals can be found in Rio Tinto’s increasingly high tech operations, particularly in the Pilbara, according to corporate relations vice-president Brad Haynes.
Yesterday, Business News published an article titled “Prominent Perth restaurateur accused of extortion”, which featured a photo of Giovanni Pezzano and Badri Gosavi prior to the formal opening of The Meatball Bar in Leederville in 2014.
The Water Corporation is refusing to release the details of a review it says backs a decision to insource a major maintenance contract, a move that runs counter to the economic reforms of recent decades.
A privately-owned international bus operator that commenced operations in Perth in 1995 has struck a friendly merger agreement with SeaLink Travel Group, which operates the Rottnest and Swan River ferry services.
Gold prices inched lower overnight but held a tight range around the $US1,500 level as investors took a cautious approach ahead of the US Federal Reserve minutes and trade talks between the US and China this week.
Singaporean development group Oxley Holdings has moved to full ownership of Pindan for zero cost, after cancelling around $24 million in debt while also disclosing that the local contractor had failed to meet performance targets.
Plans by private equity group Siris Capital to acquire ASX-listed Dreamscape Networks have won strong backing at shareholder meetings held in Perth today. The big winners include managing director Mark Evans.
The Perth restaurateur behind The Meatball Bar chain, Gourmet Republik, and Thuggs Fried Chicken and Waffles, is accused of threatening to destroy a man's cafe and put him "in a coffin" over some fruit and vegetables.
SPECIAL REPORT: The September quarter update to the BNiQ deals database shows that UBS, Sternship Advisors and Azure Capital have been the most active corporate advisers in the Western Australian market.