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    Yachties in early on rent

    Yachties in early on rent

    14 Dec 2004 by Noel Dyson

    YACHT clubs on the Swan River are preparing to renegotiate their riverbed leases to preserve current terms they have with the Western Australian Government, even though there are about 26 years remaining before they require renewal. ...

    Piquant Blue goes red in the US

    Piquant Blue goes red in the US

    14 Dec 2004 by Julie-anne Sprague

    RED Island extra virgin olive oil, the newest brand from listed olive oil producer Piquant Blue, will be the focus of an Australian food promotion by European food retailer Oil and Vinegar. ...

    All year’s a good time for giving

    All year’s a good time for giving

    14 Dec 2004 by Marsha Jacobs

    MANY of us seem aware of the importance of ‘giving’ only when those closest to us are in need, or on special occasions throughout the year, such as Christmas. ...

    A passion founded on experience

    A passion founded on experience

    14 Dec 2004 by Marsha Jacobs

    OFTEN those who have experienced tragedy first hand are the most passionate and dedicated when it comes to committing their time, energy and money to charitable causes. ...

    Reed something of a charity veteran

    Reed something of a charity veteran

    14 Dec 2004 by Marsha Jacobs

    MINING and stock broking veteran David Reed has a long track record of giving both time and money to support not-for-profit and charitable causes. ...

    A solid foundation

    A solid foundation

    14 Dec 2004 by Marsha Jacobs

    WITH or without her flamboyant hairstyle, Patti Chong still makes an impact. The general counsel for the Corruption and Crime Commission is well known for her colourful clothes and personality, and so it came as no surprise that after hearing a radio ...

    Selflessly contributing to society

    Selflessly contributing to society

    14 Dec 2004 by Marsha Jacobs

    MICHAEL Chaney’s philanthropy rated highly in a recent survey undertaken by WA Business News. ...

    Clough dives in on Serabi

    Clough dives in on Serabi

    14 Dec 2004 by Mark Pownall

    PERTH entrepreneur Bill Clough is preparing for the public float of his Brazilian gold mining venture Serabi Mining on the Alternative Investment Market of the London Stock Exchange. ...

    New Raj office recognition of local sector’s potential

    New Raj office recognition of local sector’s potential

    14 Dec 2004 by Marsha Jacobs

    AS part of a drive to serve national clients, property specialist Raj Lawyers has opened an office in Perth. ...

    Marlin loss for long-liners

    Marlin loss for long-liners

    14 Dec 2004 by Noel Dyson

    TUNA fishermen have lost a Supreme Court bid to land any striped marlin they catch as part of their long-line fishing activities. ...

    Tax rate hike hits miners

    Tax rate hike hits miners

    14 Dec 2004 by Jim Hawtin

    WESTERN Australia’s miners and property players face one of Australia’s most onerous stamp duty regimes, according to a local accounting firm. ...

    AWH may target the US in tandem

    AWH may target the US in tandem

    14 Dec 2004 by Julie-anne Sprague

    AUSTRALIAN Wine Holdings expects to sell 100,000 cases of its Pitchfork label to the US market within the next five years. ...

    EDITORIAL Mark Pownall

    EDITORIAL Mark Pownall

    14 Dec 2004 by Mark Pownall

    WA Business News doesn’t consider itself a small business newspaper by any means, but a couple of things have happened this week to make me think it should be. ...

    Reader Response- ‘LandCorp and ‘affordability’

    Reader Response- ‘LandCorp and ‘affordability’

    14 Dec 2004 by Staff Reporters

    ‘LandCorp and ‘affordability’ IN his letter to the editor (WA Business News, November 25) LandCorp chief executive Ross Holt challenges my claim (WA Business News, November 18) that the Harvest Lakes ...

    Kalaf’s showcase

    Kalaf’s showcase

    14 Dec 2004 by Marsha Jacobs

    PERTH’S contemporary jewelers have been given a new outlet with the Katherine Kalaf Gallery in Cottesloe, a cross between a shop and a gallery holding its first exhibition which showcases 21 Australia ...

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