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    Today's Business Headlines

    Today's Business Headlines

    30 Sep 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    Labor facing storm clouds – The Aus; VIP powwow adds weight to gas boom – The West; Deadline issued for Montara damages – The Aus; Cost blow-outs worry Burrup backer – The Fin; The ball's in WA's court – The Fin ...

    CCI calls for state tax reform

    CCI calls for state tax reform

    30 Sep 2010 by Blake Wilshaw

    An unexpectedly large budget surplus announced this week by Premier Colin Barnett comes just days after the state’s peak business association highlighted tax and the public sector as areas in need of reform. ...

    Gulf over WA gas grows

    Gulf over WA gas grows

    30 Sep 2010 by John Phaceas

    THE gulf between gas buyers and producers in Western Australia continues to widen as local industry pushes harder for government intervention to curb rising prices and force suppliers to deliver more gas. ...

    Cook returns to boost business structure

    Cook returns to boost business structure

    30 Sep 2010 by Emily Morgan

    Fourteen years after establishing ineedhits.com, and six years after becoming non-executive chairman, Clay Cook has returned as chief executive of the online marketing business. ...

    Precious metal is a golden contributor to the Western Australian economy

    Precious metal is a golden contributor to the Western Australian economy

    30 Sep 2010 by Blake Wilshaw

    WA is having a gold renaissance, with exciting new areas in the far reaches of the state being opened up to exploration. ...

    Price and production key to gold

    Price and production key to gold

    30 Sep 2010 by Blake Wilshaw

    Few of the recent successes in the gold sector would be possible without a buoyant gold price to support them. ...

    IBM launches portable IT donga

    IBM launches portable IT donga

    30 Sep 2010 by John Phaceas

    THE ‘donga’ has long been ubiquitous at most Western Australian mine sites as a relatively cheap and effective form of on-site accommodation that can deployed rapidly and then re-used at the end of a project’s life. ...

    Offshore oil regulator powers to increase

    Offshore oil regulator powers to increase

    30 Sep 2010 by John Phaceas

    THE Federal government has agreed the powers of the National Offshore Petroleum Safety Authority need to be expanded significantly to avert any repeat of major incidents such as the Montara oil spill or Varanus Island gas explosion. ...

    Port Bouvard welcomes start of new era

    Port Bouvard welcomes start of new era

    30 Sep 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    Port Bouvard has emerged from its financial strife and is now strongly positioned to commence work at its landmark project, Point Grey. Dan Wilkie reports. ...

    CBD office leasing kicks into higher gear

    CBD office leasing kicks into higher gear

    30 Sep 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    THE Perth CBD office leasing market is heating up, with top-tier tenants beginning to hunt out new space and upgrade their premises after the recovery of business conditions. ...

    Coles sale to set new record

    Coles sale to set new record

    30 Sep 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    AN industrial site in Canning Vale tenanted by supermarket giant Coles Group is set to become a record transaction for the Perth market, with an expected price tag upwards of $80 million. ...

    Swarbrick & Swarbrick rock the business boat

    Swarbrick & Swarbrick rock the business boat

    30 Sep 2010 by Emily Morgan

    It is the enormous sculpture inspired by the story of Saint George slaying the dragon that catches your eye when driving past Perth’s newly renovated Saint George’s Cathedral. ...

    Understanding artistic impact

    Understanding artistic impact

    30 Sep 2010 by Emily Morgan

    Walking through the foyer of Central Park this week surrounded by Pilbara art, it is easy to get lost in the colour and not realise the impact exhibitions like Colours of Our Country have on the artists involved. ...

    Australia meets India at Maya

    Australia meets India at Maya

    30 Sep 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    The hardest thing about running an Indian restaurant in Fremantle is getting the word out that there is more to India than just curry. Dan Wilkie reports. ...

    Winds of change

    Winds of change

    30 Sep 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    A life of activism has turned into a life of politics for Scott Ludlam, who is as passionate now about the environment as he was on the picket lines in the late ’90s. ...

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