Over the past three years, Q Multimedium has grown from a small operation to an international phenomenon. If its speed of growth and plans for the future are anything to go by, there may not be room in the current business lexicon to describe exactly what
In garages all around Australia, in car boots, in boxes, lofts and under houses, there are balls by the millions.White balls, yellow balls, fluffy balls, bald balls, big balls and small balls. All unused balls.
RECOGNISING the need for a Darwin-based multifaceted oil and gas service organisation, Upstream Petroleum have situated themselves as the first and only oil and gas consultancy currently in the Northern Territory.
THE short-term future looks rosy for Australia’s economy says BIS Shrapnel chief economist Frank Gelber. Dr Gelber told a recent Economic Outlook briefing that Australia faced heady times for the next two years.
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COUNCIL has paved the way for Richard Court’s bell tower plan for Barrack Square, should it be approved by Cabinet.Council approved plans for a reworking of the Riverside Drive and Barrack Street intersection.
A DECISION to bring Perth’s controversial street markets a step closer has been deferred by the Perth City Council.At its March 23 meeting council was to change its Street Trading Local Law Number 15 to allow the street markets to progress.
TRADERS and owners in the Carlton Shopping Centre in East Perth will soon be getting some parking relief.Council is taking steps to stop commuters using the shopping centre’s short-term parking bays for all day parking.
CIRCUSES raising their tents in the CBD will be allowed to bring their animals.The Lennon Bros Circus applied to use the Ozone Reserve to mount its big top and council staff recommended approval providing the circus did not have any exotic animals.