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    Phosphate Aus considers $226m pipeline

    Phosphate Aus considers $226m pipeline

    29 Jan 2010 by Edited announcement

    Perth-based Phosphate Australia is considering a $226 million slurry pipeline option for the development of its Highlands Plains project that straddles the border of Queensland and Northern Territory. ...

    Cooper & Oxley win Kal hospital contract

    Cooper & Oxley win Kal hospital contract

    29 Jan 2010 by Edited announcement

    Jolimont-headquartered Cooper & Oxley Builders have been awarded a $2.7 million contract to work on the first phase of the planned upgrade of the Kalgoorlie Hospital. ...

    Kagara prepares to float gold spin-off

    Kagara prepares to float gold spin-off

    29 Jan 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    Miner Kagara expects to launch the initial public offer of its gold spin-out vehicle in April as operations returned to profitability in the December quarter on the back of a higher metal price environment. ...

    Administrators called to Perth school

    Administrators called to Perth school

    29 Jan 2010 by Staff Reporters

    Ernst and Young has been appointed voluntary administrators to private English language school GEOS Perth and eight other affiliated companies, affecting a total of 2,300 students from a number of countries. ...

    SmartTrans surges on China deal

    SmartTrans surges on China deal

    29 Jan 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    Leederville-based SmartTrans Holdings is set to take advantage of China's expanding 3G network after it executed an agreement with China Mobile that sent its shares up more than seven-fold. ...

    Martino to chair Pan Asia Corp

    Martino to chair Pan Asia Corp

    29 Jan 2010 by Staff Reporters

    High profile accountant Domenic Martino will be joining Pan Asia Corporation as chairman once the company completes its acquisition of Innovation West. ...

    Independence Group lifts profit guidance

    Independence Group lifts profit guidance

    29 Jan 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    A higher nickel price and better returns on listed investments have prompted miner Independence Group to lift its first half profit guidance to $11.2 million. ...

    More data show Perth housing price rise

    More data show Perth housing price rise

    29 Jan 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    A new set of figures by RP Data and Rismark International has shown Perth's median house price has risen 6.5 per cent to $490,000 during the month of December. ...

    VDM tips $5m first-half net profit

    VDM tips $5m first-half net profit

    29 Jan 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    Improving conditions in the engineering and mining services industry over the past six months have boosted VDM Group's expectations of a higher first half profit for 2009/10, with the company today tipping a $5 million net profit. ...

    Austal to build two vessels for US Navy

    Austal to build two vessels for US Navy

    29 Jan 2010 by Edited announcement

    Henderson-based shipbuilder Austal will build two more vessels, valued at $225 million, for the US Navy after it exercised contract options as part of an existing $1.8 billion program. ...

    Clough expands oil and gas focus

    Clough expands oil and gas focus

    29 Jan 2010 by Edited announcement

    Perth-based engineering firm Clough has bolstered its oil and gas focus with a 51 per cent investment in a new global subsea and marine engineering firm, Peritus International. ...

    Woodside seeks damages from CFMEU

    Woodside seeks damages from CFMEU

    29 Jan 2010 by Staff Reporters

    A small portion of the striking workers at Woodside Petroleum's Pluto project have staged a protest at the operation's gates as the company prepares to sue the Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union and its assistant Joe McDonald. ...

    Strikers hit national interest

    Strikers hit national interest

    28 Jan 2010

    Just as uncivilised elements can spoil a good Australia Day party and sully our image as fun loving people, so too can construction workers damage the way the world sees us. ...

    Aviva mulls over Griffin assets

    Aviva mulls over Griffin assets

    28 Jan 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    Aviva Corporation says it is considering its options after it was approached by third parties interested in the assets of Rick Stowe's collapsed company Griffin Coal. ...

    Navitas in talks with Canadian uni

    Navitas in talks with Canadian uni

    28 Jan 2010 by Edited announcement

    Global education provider Navitas says it is in talks with Dalhousie University in Canada for the establishment of a college for international students. ...

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