ENVIROMENTAL pressures from the community and government agencies have resulted in many mining companies re-evaluating their environmental standards, including the acceptance of reconditioning conveyer belts.
THERE may have been some doom and gloom about the recent Office of Gas Access Regulation draft decision on the Dampier to Bunbury natural gas pipeline, but both Epic Energy and Duke Energy remain keen on gas pipelines in Australia.
MARK Lapins hunts computer viruses. The managing director of Netguard watches the web and listens to rumours to spot some of the 100 or so viruses it’s estimated are released onto the World Wide Web every week.
PLANS for a multi-million dollar expansion and refurbishment of the Armadale Plaza shopping centre are on the drawing board, with owners Westzone Enterprises Pty Ltd now searching for a major retailer and several specialty stores to move in.
SINCE it was opened in 1975, LandCorp’s Canning Vale Industrial Estate has set new standards in the development of industrial areas and now, with less than 20 lots left in the estate, developers and business owners are scrambling
AGREEING to his first formal interview since arriving in Perth, CB Richard Ellis Perth managing director Graeme Russell said he prefers not to discuss the very public controversy surrounding his arrival two years ago.
RESTAURANTS worldwide seem to be here one day and gone the next. What enables a restaurant to survive and keep introducing new customers over its life, and what draws customers to become clients and return on a regular basis?
HAVING spent the past few days coming down from the flow of wine that passed through my veins over the weekend, I feel that I am only now in a position to rationally reflect on the fantastic rewards of attending most of the wine
THE option of taking a 20-minute drive up the freeway to Joondalup has never been more enticing.While the 27-hole golf course provides the perfect playground for business, Bistro38 provides an unforgettable culinary experience.
TWO financial and investment advisory groups, Johnson Taylor Potter (JTP) and DFS, changed hands last week.Bell Securities has effectively rescued JTP by injecting $15 million into the business to acquire a controlling stake.
JUNE was an interesting month. At a time when the general consensus of opinion was that we were seeing a slowing economy, we suddenly were hit with a raft of figures that introduced to economists the “wow” factor.
I FEEL better knowing that I am not the only person in WA who feels older. According to the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics figures, there has been a surge in the number of people aged 85 and over in WA, with women outnumbering