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    Today's Business Headlines

    Today's Business Headlines

    09 Sep 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    Swan firm on mining tax – The Fin; Premier slams Swan for misleading Rudd – The Aus; New MP insists that WA get bigger slice of tax pie – The West; Regulator backs gas giants – The Fin; Upset Palmer seeks a scalp – The West ...

    Private companies must report: ASIC

    Private companies must report: ASIC

    09 Sep 2010 by Staff Reporters

    The Australian Securities and Investment Commission says a recent Federal Court decision has affirmed that large proprietary companies must lodge financial reports. ...

    ACCC allows joint sale of NW shelf gas

    ACCC allows joint sale of NW shelf gas

    09 Sep 2010 by Staff Reporters

    The competition watchdog said yesterday a decision to allow the partners in Western Australia's North West Shelf gas project to continue to jointly market and sell natural gas to WA customers was made to avoid "significant commercial risk". ...

    Uranium plan boosts Kalgoorlie transport hub

    Uranium plan boosts Kalgoorlie transport hub

    09 Sep 2010 by John Phaceas

    URANIUM giant Cameco has begun canvassing communities along the proposed trucking route from its $500 million Kintyre uranium project in the Pilbara, amplifying calls for a major upgrade of transport links between Kalgoorlie and the state’s north. ...

    Employers seek migration result

    Employers seek migration result

    09 Sep 2010 by Emily Morgan

    With projected labour demand in Western Australia approaching all-time highs on the back of large resource construction projects, local employers are turning to different migration solutions to meet their workforce needs. ...

    Miners signal full steam ahead in Pilbara

    Miners signal full steam ahead in Pilbara

    09 Sep 2010

    BILLIONS of dollars of investment are set to flow in the Pilbara after iron ore giant Rio Tinto last week signalled the state’s iron ore industry was officially back in full steam ahead mode. ...

    Pushing the gender envelope

    Pushing the gender envelope

    09 Sep 2010 by Emily Morgan

    A Hilton function room in Perth’s CBD was filled with women, and some men, endorsing what the Australian Institute of Company Directors has been pushing since late last year, greater female representation on Australian companies’ board of directors. ...

    Hancock fails to halt Fortescue

    Hancock fails to halt Fortescue

    09 Sep 2010 by John Phaceas

    THE Warden’s Court has lifted the veil on tensions between rival iron ore miners Fortescue Metals Group and Gina Rinehart’s Hancock Prospecting amid a wider battle between mining and agriculture in the Pilbara. ...

    Good faith negotiations key to gas hub

    Good faith negotiations key to gas hub

    09 Sep 2010 by John Phaceas

    GOOD faith negotiations between the state government and the Kimberley Land Council remain pivotal to whether Woodside Petroleum’s proposed $30 billion Browse liquefied natural gas project in the Kimberley goes ahead as planned in 2012. ...

    Business structures differ when blood lines and bottom lines intertwine

    Business structures differ when blood lines and bottom lines intertwine

    09 Sep 2010 by Russell Quinn

    Family businesses, a crucial segment of the economy, face challenges along with other sectors and obstacles unique to their operation. ...

    Local heads offer family business advice

    Local heads offer family business advice

    09 Sep 2010 by Russell Quinn

    Prominent family businesses have expressed concern over accessing appropriate advice and resources amid providing lessons for commercial success learnt on the frontline. ...

    Succession planning: where to from here?

    Succession planning: where to from here?

    09 Sep 2010 by Russell Quinn

    The reigning heads of some of the state’s leading family businesses face a myriad of challenges going forward, none more pressing than deciding who will take over the company. ...

    Call for tertiary education shake-up

    Call for tertiary education shake-up

    09 Sep 2010 by Aimee Sargent

    TRACEY Hodgkins is on a mission to turn the education system on its head. ...

    Emco Building launches into modular sector

    Emco Building launches into modular sector

    09 Sep 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    Osborne Park-based EMCO Building has responded to rising demand in the modular housing sector by launching a fully finished ready-made transportable housing solution in a joint venture with national manufacturer Amoveo. ...

    New policy to transform retail landscape

    New policy to transform retail landscape

    09 Sep 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    SHOPPING centre owners have welcomed the release of the state government’s Activity Centres policy by revealing expansion plans, but the head of the Retail Traders Association in Western Australia has warned it will be some time before WA shopping centres ...

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