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    State Govt abolishes licencing boards

    The Land Valuers Licencing Board, Motor Vehicle Industry Board, Real Estate and Business Agents Supervisory Board and the Settlement Agents Supervisory Board will be abolished under legislation passed by the state government. ...
    State Govt abolishes licencing boards

    New national consumer protection laws

    More than 20 different State and Commonwealth laws relating to fair trading and consumer protection will be replaced with one uniform national law from January 1. ...
    New national consumer protection laws

    GESB records $11b funds under management

    State employee superannuation provider GESB has surpassed $11 billion in funds under management. ...
    GESB records $11b funds under management

    Appeals against Bauxite mine dismissed

    Environment Minister John Day has dismissed appeals under the Environmental Protection Act against Bauxite Resources planned mining operation at Bindoon north-east of Perth. ...
    Appeals against Bauxite mine dismissed

    Dairy co-op to call in administrators

    Challenge Dairy Cooperative has signaled to the Agriculture Minister Terry Redman its intention to go into voluntary administration. ...
    Dairy co-op to call in administrators

    Aquila plans to issue bonus shares

    Aquila Resources has announced plans to issue bonus shares to its shareholders to encourage greater liquidity in the company's shares. ...
    Aquila plans to issue bonus shares

    New voluntary environmental mining code

    Two key mining bodies have joined forces to develop a voluntary Code of Environmental Practice for Mineral Exploration in WA. ...
    New voluntary environmental mining code

    Neptune chairman forecasts major changes

    The chairman of Neptune Marine has promised wholesale changes at the company after the engineering contractor recorded an operating loss of $6 million in the September quarter. ...
    Neptune chairman forecasts major changes

    EPA to set guidelines for SW mine

    LD Operations, the proponent of the Vasse Coal Project near Margaret River, has submitted documents to the Environmental Protection Authority to allow the EPA to set the level of environmental assessment for the project. ...
    EPA to set guidelines for SW mine

    Groote signs MOI with Koreans

    West Perth-based Groote Resources has signed a deal with Korea Resources Corporation for its manganese project in the Northern Territory. ...
    Groote signs MOI with Koreans

    Cortona confirms feasibility of Dargues

    Cortona Resources says a positive Feasibility Study has confirmed the viability of its proposed underground Dargues Reef gold project in New South Wales. ...
    Cortona confirms feasibility of Dargues

    Perth house prices fall further

    Perth house prices have continued their downward slide falling 1.8 per cent in October according to the latest RP Data-Rismark Hedonic Home Value Index. ...
    Perth house prices fall further

    Time, costs blowout for Pluto: Woodside

    Woodside Petroleum has revised the cost of its Pluto LNG Project upwards by 6.9 per cent and pushed the start-up date of the project to August 2011. ...
    Time, costs blowout for Pluto: Woodside

    Karoon increases stake in Browse permit

    Victorian-based Karoon Gas has reached a deal with joint venture partner ConocoPhillips to acquire an additional 50 per cent interest in Browse Basin permit WA-314-P. ...
    Karoon increases stake in Browse permit

    $1.17b budget for children's hospital

    The state government has announced a $1.17 billion construction budget for the state's new Children's Hospital which will be built on the QEII Medical Centre site. ...
    $1.17b budget for children's hospital

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