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    Regional report highlights funding routes

    Regional report highlights funding routes

    30 Sep 2010 by Mark Pownall

    Regional development commissions want more definite funding mechanisms from the resources industry. Mark Pownall reports. ...

    Benchmarks show local leaders make the grade

    Benchmarks show local leaders make the grade

    30 Sep 2010 by Mark Pownall

    When Regional Development Council chairman Graham Thompson brandished a 123-page report into the resources sector’s impact on regional communities, he believed it offered an insight into what can be done well. ...

    Closure key for KCGM

    Closure key for KCGM

    30 Sep 2010 by Mark Pownall

    CORPORATE reputations of mining companies have become increasingly important as society tries to grapple with costs and benefits of producing resources. ...

    Reaching out in India’s hour of need

    Reaching out in India’s hour of need

    30 Sep 2010 by Mark Pownall

    The common ties that bind Australia and India should be remembered as India suffers a Commonwealth Games PR nightmare. ...

    Freo port campaign nets off with land bonus

    Freo port campaign nets off with land bonus

    23 Sep 2010 by Mark Pownall

    IN a time when government infrastructure funding is at a premium, Fremantle Ports has a rare claim – its multi-million dredging program has come without a net cost to the enterprise or public purse. ...

    Local role for Ord River

    Local role for Ord River

    23 Sep 2010 by Mark Pownall

    EAST Kimberley businesses are racing to finish the first part of the latest Ord River project expansion before the wet season arrives in earnest in November, with several indigenous contractors working on the development. ...

    Curtin medical school proposal faces clinical test

    Curtin medical school proposal faces clinical test

    23 Sep 2010 by Mark Pownall

    WANTING to train more doctors might seem like a noble pursuit, but Curtin University’s $110 million plan to start a medical school is meeting high level resistance at the core of the profession. ...

    HIGH IMPACT

    HIGH IMPACT

    23 Sep 2010 by Mark Pownall

    Footballer, chaplain, CEO and chairman. Neale Fong’s celebrity status may have waned, but he’s still flat out. ...

    Revisiting the lessons from the past

    Revisiting the lessons from the past

    23 Sep 2010 by Mark Pownall

    Why do we continue to ignore the past? Each generation believes things are different this time around. ...

    Agworld wins $1.5m boost

    Agworld wins $1.5m boost

    16 Sep 2010 by Mark Pownall

    Fledging agricultural IT company Agworld has won the backing of Bentley-based venture capital group Yuuwa, which has invested $1.5 million in the business that provides farms with an simple data capture service. ...

    McCusker backs WAIMR

    McCusker backs WAIMR

    16 Sep 2010 by Mark Pownall

    THE generosity of private funding of medical research in Western Australia continues with a $1.5 million contribution by the McCusker Charitable Foundation. ...

    Soft stimulus leaves a sting in its tail

    Soft stimulus leaves a sting in its tail

    16 Sep 2010 by Mark Pownall

    An unseen form of stimulus was a soft and flexible tax office, but that is changing this financial year. ...

    International focus prompts changes to Perth market

    International focus prompts changes to Perth market

    09 Sep 2010 by Mark Pownall

    Law firms are responding in different ways to WA’s increasing strategic significance. ...

    Fee changes test law firms

    Fee changes test law firms

    09 Sep 2010 by Mark Pownall

    Is a revolution occurring in Perth’s law land? ...

    Discrete service helps boutique survivors

    Discrete service helps boutique survivors

    09 Sep 2010 by Mark Pownall

    STEPHEN Edwards looks back on the past decade and tries to put his finger on the key reason for his two-partner law firm's success. ...

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