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    Today's Business Headlines

    Today's Business Headlines

    17 Sep 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    Gillard opens way on carbon tax – The Fin; Business leaders condemn Kloppers carbon price call – The Aus; Rio hoses down water claims – The Fin; WA faces lengthy gas shortages – The Fin; China on board for Wheatstone project – The Aus ...

    Rising sea levels push developments back

    Rising sea levels push developments back

    16 Sep 2010 by Staff Reporters

    The state government has announced a shift in its coastal planning policy because it believes sea levels will rise more than original predicted over the next 100 year. ...

    Residential Design Codes under review

    Residential Design Codes under review

    16 Sep 2010 by Edited announcement

    The State Government has announced plans for a review of residential design codes. ...

    White resigns from Wesfarmers board

    White resigns from Wesfarmers board

    16 Sep 2010 by Staff Reporters

    Long-serving Wesfarmers non-executive director David White has announced his resignation from the company's board. ...

    Tech brands move up Best Global Brands

    Tech brands move up Best Global Brands

    16 Sep 2010 by Staff Reporters

    Technology brands are the big winners in the latest Interbrand 2010 Best Global Brands report, taking six of the top 20 spots. ...

    Coles boss slams WA retail trading rules

    Coles boss slams WA retail trading rules

    16 Sep 2010 by Russell Quinn

    The boss of Coles has labelled retail trading hours in Western Australia a farce and questioned the need for any regulation, which include inconsistent regulations and anomalies. ...

    Lotterywest millions go to charity

    Lotterywest millions go to charity

    16 Sep 2010 by Staff Reporters

    More than a thousand different community groups and charities have benefited from $113 million in Lotterywest grants during the 2010 financial year. ...

    RCR plans on-market share buy-back

    RCR plans on-market share buy-back

    16 Sep 2010 by Staff Reporters

    RCR Tomlinson has announced plans to return $3 million to shareholders through an on-market share buy-back and has suspended its dividend reinvestment plan. ...

    40% of local councils are unsustainable

    40% of local councils are unsustainable

    16 Sep 2010 by Kym Fuhrmann

    A parliamentary steering committee has found 61 of the state's 139 local councils are unsustainable and that legislation may need to be introduced to force reform within the sector. ...

    WA resources output tops $70bn

    WA resources output tops $70bn

    16 Sep 2010 by John Phaceas

    Western Australia's resources sector churned out another near-record performance in 2009-10, with the value of the state's mineral and petroleum output totalling $70.9 billion, according to figures released by the WA Department of Mines and Petroleum. ...

    Continental Coal to acquire Mashala

    Continental Coal to acquire Mashala

    16 Sep 2010 by Staff Reporters

    South African-focused Continental Coal is set to acquire unlisted South African thermal coal mining and export coal producing company Mashala Resources. ...

    Lotterywest to Meerkats, Marketforce out

    Lotterywest to Meerkats, Marketforce out

    16 Sep 2010 by Russell Quinn

    After 30 years Marketforce has lost the Lotterywest account, one of the state's largest and most sought after clients, which has been awarded to a collection of four media and communications partners, to commence in November. ...

    Extra funding for Wellington St upgrade

    Extra funding for Wellington St upgrade

    16 Sep 2010 by Staff Reporters

    The City of Perth has made more than $400,000 in additional funding available to speed up roadworks in Wellington Street as part of the Forrest Place redevelopment. ...

    Emergent scraps Beyondie JV with Chinese

    Emergent scraps Beyondie JV with Chinese

    16 Sep 2010 by Staff Reporters

    Emergent Resources has scrapped its planned $200 million joint venture with Beijing China Metallurgical Investment for the Beyondie iron project in the mid-west. ...

    CGA Mining posts $US75.2m pre-tax profit

    CGA Mining posts $US75.2m pre-tax profit

    16 Sep 2010 by Staff Reporters

    CGA Mining has recorded a significant increase in revenue for the 2010 financial year. ...

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