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    Karratha apartment deal for Forrest

    Karratha apartment deal for Forrest

    30 Apr 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    The family company of mining magnate Andrew Forrest has been nominated to deliver a 72-apartment project in Karratha. ...

    Navitas to open 2nd Scottish college

    Navitas to open 2nd Scottish college

    30 Apr 2010 by Edited announcement

    Education services provider Navitas has agreed to set up an international college at the Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, its second deal with a Scottish university this year. ...

    Monadelphous wins $100m in contracts

    Monadelphous wins $100m in contracts

    30 Apr 2010 by Edited announcement

    Engineering company Monadelphous Group says it has secured a contract amendment and contract extensions with a combined value of more than $100 million. ...

    Centrepoint Alliance to merge with PIH

    Centrepoint Alliance to merge with PIH

    30 Apr 2010 by Edited announcement

    West Perth-based Centrepoint Alliance plans to merge with financial services provider Professional Investment Holdings through an all-scrip offer that is effectively a reverse takeover. ...

    Voelte maps out Woodside growth plan

    Voelte maps out Woodside growth plan

    30 Apr 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    Woodside Petroleum chief Don Voelte is feeling like the "cat that ate the canary" over the company's progress with its suite of upcoming projects and has laid out his wish list of operations he wants to tick off before his time is up. ...

    Feds tighten concession for big projects

    Feds tighten concession for big projects

    30 Apr 2010 by Staff Reporters

    The federal government has tightened a tariff duty concession for major projects that import capital goods into Australia instead of using local content. ...

    Alarm bells ring on new mining tax

    Alarm bells ring on new mining tax

    30 Apr 2010 by Staff Reporters

    Western Australia's business sector has reacted with alarm to the growing certainty the federal government will introduce a new tax on mining profits, with industry groups and mining leaders united in their opposition to the plan. ...

    Perth hangs back in property growth

    Perth hangs back in property growth

    30 Apr 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    Perth has recorded the weakest growth in median house prices and detached new house sales during March, two surveys show. ...

    WA's wild west tag unwarranted

    WA's wild west tag unwarranted

    29 Apr 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    Western Australia's reputation as the 'cowboy state' has been quashed today with the wild west noticeably absent in the corporate watchdog's director prosecution report. ...

    Horseshoe Bridge re-opening delayed

    Horseshoe Bridge re-opening delayed

    29 Apr 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    Traffic congestion around the Wellington Street train station will persist for another two months, after Transport Minister Simon O'Brien confirmed the Horseshoe Bridge re-opening had been delayed. ...

    Jabiru approves second mine at Jaguar

    Jabiru approves second mine at Jaguar

    29 Apr 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    Jabiru Metals has given the go-ahead for the $32 million development of a second operation at the Jaguar copper-zinc mine, located 300km north of Kalgoorlie. ...

    CGA takes 10% stake in Sierra

    CGA takes 10% stake in Sierra

    29 Apr 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    Dual-listed CGA Mining will become a strategic investor in Sierra Mining after agreeing to take a 10 per cent stake in the Perth-based explorer through a private placement. ...

    $100m cost blowout for Northbridge Link

    $100m cost blowout for Northbridge Link

    29 Apr 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    The cost for sinking the railway line for the Northbridge Link has blown out by $100 million, months before a contractor is nominated to begin the project. ...

    Po Valley slumps on production warning

    Po Valley slumps on production warning

    29 Apr 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    Shares in Po Valley Energy more than halved today after the Perth-based company warned that production and reserves at its Castello gas field in Italy may fall. ...

    DBP wraps up pipeline expansion project

    DBP wraps up pipeline expansion project

    29 Apr 2010 by Edited announcement

    The owner of the Dampier to Bunbury natural gas pipeline says it has reached practical completion of the stage 5B expansion project under the $690 million budget. ...

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