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    Crosslands, Pluton win Golden Geckos

    Crosslands, Pluton win Golden Geckos

    02 Sep 2010 by Edited announcement

    Iron ore juniors Crosslands Resources and Pluton Resources have been awarded for environmental excellence at the annual Golden Gecko awards. ...

    Today's Business Headlines

    Today's Business Headlines

    02 Sep 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    $7bn hole in Abbott election costings – The Aus; Sector warns of new tax battle – The Aus; Bid to halt gas land acquisition – The West; Barnett's vision for WA resources – The Fin; Investors snap up local shares as GDP surges – The West ...

    Strong recovery pressures labour availability

    Strong recovery pressures labour availability

    02 Sep 2010 by Emily Morgan

    WESTERN Australia’s onsite construction workforce of 13,000 will need to increase to 25,000 by 2013 if the state wants to avoid a skills shortage. ...

    Remote doesn’t mean out of touch

    Remote doesn’t mean out of touch

    02 Sep 2010 by Russell Quinn

    THE provision of home-style entertainment options to workers on remote mine sites has become a multi-million dollar business in Western Australia. ...

    Shell targets gas near Ningaloo marine park

    Shell targets gas near Ningaloo marine park

    02 Sep 2010 by John Phaceas

    INTERNATIONAL oil giant Shell is heading for a showdown with conservationists after applying to start gas exploration just 30km from the edge of the Ningaloo Marine Park. ...

    Overseas boost for InterGrain

    Overseas boost for InterGrain

    02 Sep 2010 by Kym Fuhrmann

    WESTERN Australian wheatgrowers are expected to reap the benefits of US-based Monsanto’s 20 per cent acquisition of state government owned InterGrain. ...

    New products not a snap decision

    New products not a snap decision

    02 Sep 2010 by Aimee Sargent

    AUSTRALIA’S largest print franchise, Snap, is hoping to become the preferred ad agency for small businesses following chief executive Grant Vernon’s announcement of three key initiatives to grow the group into new markets. ...

    Verriers awarded for diversity

    Verriers awarded for diversity

    02 Sep 2010 by Emily Morgan

    For skills-based industries, apprentice training has long been an integral part of developing a sustainable workforce and for Bassendean-based Verriers Engineering, it has been part of the company’s employment strategy for the past 25 years. ...

    $280bn project pipeline ready to flow

    $280bn project pipeline ready to flow

    02 Sep 2010 by John Phaceas

    While federal politicians squabble over who gets the keys to the Lodge, WA’s resources industry continues to keep the national economy motoring. ...

    Gorgon go-ahead a confidence booster

    Gorgon go-ahead a confidence booster

    02 Sep 2010 by John Phaceas

    ONE decision has towered over all others in the Western Australian resources sector in recent months – the final go ahead of the giant Gorgon liquefied natural gas project at Barrow Island. ...

    Split emerges as iron ore juggernaut rolls on

    Split emerges as iron ore juggernaut rolls on

    02 Sep 2010 by John Phaceas

    WHEN Kevin Rudd announced his plans for a super profits tax on the mining industry in May, local iron ore miners immediately feared it would make financing new projects impossible. ...

    Some hiccups as gas surge gathers steam

    Some hiccups as gas surge gathers steam

    02 Sep 2010 by John Phaceas

    WESTERN Australia remains the undisputed leader of the national oil and gas industry following last year’s approval of the $43 billion Gorgon LNG project on Barrow Island and the imminent start-up of Woodside’s Pluto LNG project near Karratha. ...

    Gold miners splash out as price passes $1,400/ounce

    Gold miners splash out as price passes $1,400/ounce

    02 Sep 2010 by John Phaceas

    SOARING gold prices above $1,400 per ounce have ensured a steady stream of gold mine developments across Western Australia. ...

    Engineering changes from the top down

    Engineering changes from the top down

    02 Sep 2010 by Russell Quinn

    The state’s major engineering outfits have experienced significant staff changes in the last 12 months as the sector stepped out from the gloom of the global financial crisis. ...

    TSmarine signs global contract

    TSmarine signs global contract

    02 Sep 2010 by Staff Reporters

    PERTH company TSmarine Asia Pacific has lived up to the ‘coals to Newcastle’ adage, signing a three-year contract with international oilfield service company Expro that has a potential value of $100 million. ...

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