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    Newmont to underwrite Middle Island IPO

    Newmont to underwrite Middle Island IPO

    03 Sep 2010 by Staff Reporters

    Newmont Mining has agreed to be a cornerstone investor in Middle Island Resources, which is planning a $12.5 million initial public offering and hopes to list on the Australian Securities Exchange later this year. ...

    Voelte sells $1.7m Woodside shares

    Voelte sells $1.7m Woodside shares

    03 Sep 2010 by Edited announcement

    Woodside Petroleum chief executive officer Don Voelte has sold 40,000 of his shares in the company valued at $1.7 million. ...

    Sandfire upgrades DeGrussa resource

    Sandfire upgrades DeGrussa resource

    03 Sep 2010 by Staff Reporters

    Sandfire Resources has announced another resource upgrade for its DeGrussa Copper-Gold project near Meekatharra. ...

    Perth City Link Project a step closer

    Perth City Link Project a step closer

    03 Sep 2010 by Staff Reporters

    A Brookfield Multiplex and Laing O'Rourke joint venture and a joint venture between John Holland and GHD have been short-listed as the final proponents for the $600 million rail component of the Perth City Link Project. ...

    Murdoch sacks former Curtin academic

    Murdoch sacks former Curtin academic

    03 Sep 2010 by Kym Fuhrmann

    Murdoch University has sacked an academic who the Corruption and Crime Commission found pressured four female overseas students for sexual favours in exchange for higher marks while he was working at Curtin University. ...

    Impressive UWA resources board announced

    Impressive UWA resources board announced

    03 Sep 2010 by Kym Fuhrmann

    The Energy and Minerals Institute has been launched at the University of Western Australia, boasting an impressive board of trustees including Rio Tinto executive Sam Walsh and Shell Australia chair Ann Pickard. ...

    Collie Urea plant gets federal approval

    Collie Urea plant gets federal approval

    03 Sep 2010 by Staff Reporters

    Perdaman Chemicals and Fertilisers has received Commonwealth approval for its Collie Urea project. ...

    World's best chardonnay award for Cullen

    World's best chardonnay award for Cullen

    03 Sep 2010 by Russell Quinn

    Cullen Wines, one of the oldest and most revered Margaret River wineries, has beaten more than 10,000 entries in the world's biggest wine show to win the top prize for the world's best chardonnay. ...

    N'thern Uranium plans $6.6m rights issue

    N'thern Uranium plans $6.6m rights issue

    03 Sep 2010 by Staff Reporters

    Northern Uranium hopes to raise $6.6 million in a renounceable rights issue to fund its ongoing uranium and rare earth explorations. ...

    Seven WA companies join S&P/ASX300

    Seven WA companies join S&P/ASX300

    03 Sep 2010 by Kym Fuhrmann

    Seven WA companies, including iiNET, ASG Group and Grange Resources have joined the top 300 listed companies in Australia, after Standard and Poors issued its September quarterly rebalance. ...

    Fortescue denies writ claim

    Fortescue denies writ claim

    03 Sep 2010 by Kym Fuhrmann

    Fortescue Metals Group has rejected a claim for damages from its third largest shareholder in relation to a 2006 loan agreement. ...

    Brierty appoints CEO and CFO

    Brierty appoints CEO and CFO

    03 Sep 2010 by Staff Reporters

    Civil contractor Brierty has appointed Tony Bevan as CEO for six months following the resignation of Stuart Crofts last month. ...

    Atlas starts delivering ore to Utah Port

    Atlas starts delivering ore to Utah Port

    03 Sep 2010 by Staff Reporters

    Atlas Iron has begun delivering ore to the new Utah Port from the Wodgina and Pardoo mines in the North Pilbara. ...

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