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    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. ...

    WA’s booming economy placing pressure on housing affordability

    WA’s booming economy placing pressure on housing affordability

    23 Sep 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    Developers say WA is headed for a land shortage, just as the state government launches its plans to guide residential development in the metropolitan area for the next two decades. ...

    Federal red tape

    Federal red tape

    23 Sep 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    DESPITE the state government’s best efforts to simplify the process, planning and environmental approvals remain a fundamental hurdle in satisfying demand for land. ...

    GFC ripple still holding back industry

    GFC ripple still holding back industry

    23 Sep 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    ACCESS to finance for development projects in Western Australia has not yet recovered from the global financial crisis, according to prominent land developers and industry research. ...

    New policy will change the way WA builds

    New policy will change the way WA builds

    23 Sep 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    WITH the state government pushing for nearly half of all new Western Australian houses to be constructed in infill areas, the reality of developing in higher densities is building on smaller blocks. ...

    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. ...

    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. ...

    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. ...

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