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    Taking design to the edge

    Taking design to the edge

    16 Dec 2003 by Noel Dyson

    A BUSINESS that started building go-karts for kids in 1989 has undergone enormous growth – to the point where it claims to be the world’s biggest producer of small to medium beach buggy kits. ...

    Demand driving expansions

    Demand driving expansions

    16 Dec 2003 by Alison Birrane

    CHINA’S insatiable appetite for steel is fuelling nearly $8 billion in iron ore projects in Western Australia. ...

    Homeswest tipped as buyer

    Homeswest tipped as buyer

    16 Dec 2003 by Tracey Cook

    HOMESWEST is negotiating to purchase the failed retirement project Shenton Village out of receivership, according to industry speculation. ...

    Engineers keen on 1 Adelaide Tce

    Engineers keen on 1 Adelaide Tce

    16 Dec 2003 by Tracey Cook

    SEVERAL engineering firms are considering 1 Adelaide Terrace as a tenancy location once Woodside Petroleum vacates it early next year. ...

    SDS drill hits hard ground with IDQ

    SDS drill hits hard ground with IDQ

    16 Dec 2003 by Jim Hawtin

    A DRIVE by South Australian mining supply business SDS Corporation to increase its market share of specialised mining drill bits and hammers has hit a hurdle in Western Australia. ...

    Keen eye for images

    Keen eye for images

    16 Dec 2003 by Julie-anne Sprague

    ROYAL Perth Hospital’s ear, nose and throat department consultant and private practitioner, Stuart Miller, has launched a new business venture. ...

    Legal sector rationalizes

    Legal sector rationalizes

    16 Dec 2003 by Tracey Cook

    THE Western Australian legal fraternity has undergone further consolidation with a number of recent mergers. ...

    Central Exchange seeks $19 million pay day

    Central Exchange seeks $19 million pay day

    16 Dec 2003 by Noel Dyson

    LISTED but suspended miner turned telco stock, Central Exchange, is claiming that the London Nickel Exchange price required to trigger its $19 million payout from Anaconda, now Minara Resources, has been reached. ...

    Consultant to examine ADSL delay in Malaga

    Consultant to examine ADSL delay in Malaga

    16 Dec 2003 by Alison Birrane

    IN response to the ongoing frustration among Malaga businesses over the inability to access to ADSL broadband access, the City of Swan has appointed a consultant to investigate demand for the service in the area. ...

    Vector in $16m Taiwanese deal

    Vector in $16m Taiwanese deal

    16 Dec 2003 by Alison Birrane

    SPECIALIST local engineering firm Vector Lifting has secured a $16 million contract to design, manufacture and install maintenance equipment for the Taiwan High Speed Rail Corporation. ...

    Cats’ jam targets Asia

    Cats’ jam targets Asia

    16 Dec 2003 by Julie-anne Sprague

    THE BankWest Wildcats have launched an annual event that will be televised into an estimated 33 million homes throughout Asia from 2004. ...

    New spin on Mitchell Plateau NT talks

    New spin on Mitchell Plateau NT talks

    16 Dec 2003 by Jim Hawtin

    A NATIVE Title rights win over a large area in the Kimberley has added a new dimension to last-minute talks between the State Government and several big miners regarding control of a large, untapped b ...

    Wine storm

    Wine storm

    16 Dec 2003 by Mark Pownall

    THE Wine Industry Association of Western Australia walked into a storm when it announced that our State had a glut of red wine and that millions of litres were sitting unsold from last vintage. ...

    State Scene: Joe Poprzeczny- Big year looms in politics

    State Scene: Joe Poprzeczny- Big year looms in politics

    16 Dec 2003 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    IF elections, complex internecine party machinations and factional imbroglios aren’t your favourite – and you qualify for long service leave after mid-2004 – take some time off and go interstate or overseas for that long-planned holiday. ...

    Negativism frustrates change

    Negativism frustrates change

    16 Dec 2003 by Staff Reporters

    Chamber of Commerce and Industry chief executive Lyndon Rowe speaks out on the need for the Opposition to back the WA Government’s electricity laws.     ...

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