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    Gryphon to acquire Shield Mining

    Gryphon to acquire Shield Mining

    01 Jul 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    WA-based West African gold explorer Gryphon Minerals has announced a friendly all-scrip takeover bid for fellow West African gold player Shield Mining. ...

    Support for miners’ fund

    Support for miners’ fund

    01 Jul 2010 by John Phaceas

    THE state government has no plans to co-fund a new industry backed charity aimed at providing immediate assistance to the families of miners killed or disabled in resources-related accidents. ...

    John Holland wins $92m R4R contract

    John Holland wins $92m R4R contract

    01 Jul 2010 by Kym Fuhrmann

    CONSTRUCTION contractors John Holland and Broad Construction are among the winners from the surge in government and mining company spending on infrastructure in regional Western Australia. ...

    Meerkats stand up

    Meerkats stand up

    01 Jul 2010 by Russell Quinn

    WA creative agency Meerkats has created history this week winning an unprecedented two silver lions at the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival. ...

    Concern over cost blow-out

    Concern over cost blow-out

    01 Jul 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    AUDITOR General Colin Murphy is concerned that the Fiona Stanley Hospital project could be delayed and its cost could blow-out as a result of insufficient transition and workforce planning. ...

    Concerns for new subcontracting billing

    Concerns for new subcontracting billing

    01 Jul 2010 by Emily Morgan

    SUBCONTRACTORS working under one of the new head maintenance contractors for Department of Housing, Transfield Services, have had their fears of long billing periods and low local content levels allayed. ...

    Growth plan for chia crop

    Growth plan for chia crop

    01 Jul 2010 by Russell Quinn

    THE world’s largest producer and exporter of the ancient grain chia has further international growth plans following recognition last week by the food industry for its product development. ...

    Partnerships recommended for WA prisons

    Partnerships recommended for WA prisons

    01 Jul 2010 by Emily Morgan

    A Labor advisory committee has recommended innovative solutions for the overcrowding and underfunding woes of Western Australian prisons, advocating for increased public private partnerships in the sector. ...

    UWA wins $8m grants

    UWA wins $8m grants

    01 Jul 2010 by Emily Morgan

    The University of Western Australia has been awarded the second highest funding nationally under the Australian Research Council’s Linkage Project funding stream, furthering its reputation as a prestigious organisation with roots firmly in research. ...

    RSPT resolution to provide much-needed return to certainty for iron ore juniors

    RSPT resolution to provide much-needed return to certainty for iron ore juniors

    01 Jul 2010 by John Phaceas

    Emerging iron ore producers Atlas Iron and Gindalbie Metals are treading different paths to becoming leading independent miners in an industry dominated by multinationals. ...

    Listed IT outfits striding out

    Listed IT outfits striding out

    01 Jul 2010 by Russell Quinn

    Publicly-listed IT firms in Perth have been celebrating recent contract wins, acquisitions, key executive appointments and international strategic alliances to guide their respective businesses beyond 2010. ...

    AICD wants more women on boards

    AICD wants more women on boards

    01 Jul 2010 by Aimee Sargent

    NEW figures released by the Australian Institute of Company Directors show a dramatic increase in the number of women appointed to ASX 200 boards. ...

    Boom in black diamonds

    Boom in black diamonds

    01 Jul 2010 by Russell Quinn

    WESTERN Australia’s reputation as a supplier of truffles has grown significantly since the harvest of the state’s first French black truffle in 2003. ...

    Rio opens control hub

    Rio opens control hub

    01 Jul 2010 by Staff Reporters

    RIO Tinto has formally opened a high-tech operations centre in Perth that remotely controls its network of iron ore mines, railways and port operations in the Pilbara. ...

    Fickle market forces shift in strategy

    Fickle market forces shift in strategy

    01 Jul 2010 by Aimee Sargent

    PATERSONS Securities and Macquarie Capital Advisers have topped WA Business News’ survey of Western Australian capital raisings, with each firm involved in transactions worth just over $1 billion. ...

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