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    Today's Business Headlines

    Today's Business Headlines

    16 Sep 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    BHP call for climate action – The Fin; Keep gas in WA, urges MP – The Fin; Gas hub opponents lobby Greens – The West; St John crisis as hospitals overflow – The West; Barnett drops fire compo deadline – The West ...

    New kink in Crosslands power plan

    New kink in Crosslands power plan

    16 Sep 2010 by John Phaceas

    FRESH doubts have emerged over the timing of a major upgrade of transmission lines to Geraldton, after one of the region’s biggest future power consumers said it would build its own power station. ...

    CBH weighs up tax status in restructuring

    CBH weighs up tax status in restructuring

    16 Sep 2010 by Blake Wilshaw

    Grain storage, handling and marketing co-operative CBH Group is exploring new corporate structures that may require it to pay tax, despite a long battle with the government to protect its tax-exempt status. ...

    Rail giant to target WA ore

    Rail giant to target WA ore

    16 Sep 2010 by John Phaceas

    QUEENSLAND rail giant QR National is eyeing Western Australia’s booming iron ore sector as a major growth driver after it completes its proposed $7 billion float in November. ...

    HKEx opens doors for junior miners

    HKEx opens doors for junior miners

    16 Sep 2010 by Blake Wilshaw

    When the Hong Kong Stock Exchange changed its rules to allow junior exploration companies to list on the bourse, it opened an alternative source of equity to Western Australia’s mid-tier resources companies that have mainly been wooed by Toronto and Londo ...

    Pickard leads power push

    Pickard leads power push

    16 Sep 2010 by Emily Morgan

    Women need to recognise their own source of power in order to influence organisations in the male-dominated world of resources. ...

    MCC dispute casts shadow

    MCC dispute casts shadow

    16 Sep 2010 by John Phaceas

    AN $80 million legal battle between a Perth miner and one of China’s biggest state-owned companies has again cast the spotlight on the challenges of tapping Chinese capital. ...

    Boom time for Rottnest Island

    Boom time for Rottnest Island

    16 Sep 2010 by Russell Quinn

    Will unparalleled levels of investment at Rottnest Island deliver for the island’s businesses and for the state? Russell Quinn reports. ...

    New pricing at Rotto

    New pricing at Rotto

    16 Sep 2010 by Russell Quinn

    A mid extensive investment at Rottnest Island, businesses have developed strategies to counter the falling numbers of visitors to the island caused by cheap international travel opportunities and the global financial crisis. ...

    Setting the benchmark

    Setting the benchmark

    16 Sep 2010 by Scott Taylor

    EVERYONE in the wine trade hangs out to get an invite with the words ‘benchmark tasting’ written on it. ...

    TRAVEL TALK with David Flanagan Managing director, Atlas Iron

    TRAVEL TALK with David Flanagan Managing director, Atlas Iron

    16 Sep 2010

    What is your favourite holiday destination and why?Rottnest. It’s just great for the whole family. ...

    Pushing the boundaries

    Pushing the boundaries

    16 Sep 2010 by Russell Quinn

    After almost 40 years behind the wheel of countless high-speed motor racing vehicles, Tom van Kann is preparing for the greatest challenge of his life. ...

    Industrial land demand rises

    Industrial land demand rises

    16 Sep 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    DEMAND for large plots of industrial land in Perth is growing thanks to the flow-on effect of increased resources sector investment, while institutional investors are poised to re-enter the market after re-weighting their portfolios, new industry research ...

    REIWA calls for more security

    REIWA calls for more security

    16 Sep 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    THE Real Estate Institute of Western Australia has called for more secure home sales documentation methods to be overseen by the state government after a Karrinyup investment property was sold without the absentee owner’s knowledge or consent. ...

    6-star minimums not cost effective: MBA

    6-star minimums not cost effective: MBA

    16 Sep 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    THE residential construction sector is concerned that energy savings benefits from next year’s introduction of minimum energy ratings requirements for new homes will not outweigh the increased costs associated with sustainable building design. ...

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