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    Today's Business Headlines

    Today's Business Headlines

    04 Nov 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    Rate rise wrong, says Barnett – The Fin; Kelly wary of reform as bank posts record – The West; Griffin bondholders' plan B – The Fin; Wesfarmers takes $100m hit over rain – The Aus; Emeco secures $450m – The West ...

    Austal gains on US Navy project

    Austal gains on US Navy project

    04 Nov 2010 by Staff Reporters

    Austal shares gained nearly 20 per cent today after the company disclosed it may share an expanded US Navy contract to build coastal warships with rival tenderer Lockheed Martin. ...

    Chevron talks early local Wheatstone gas

    Chevron talks early local Wheatstone gas

    04 Nov 2010 by John Phaceas

    ENERGY giant Chevron has given Western Australian gas customers fresh cause for optimism, promising to start domestic supplies from its $25 billion Wheatstone liquefied natural gas project at Onslow in tandem with first gas exports in 2016. ...

    Remote access brings Diagnostics closer

    Remote access brings Diagnostics closer

    04 Nov 2010 by Emily Morgan

    THE name of medical imaging services company Global Diagnostics is not the only thing that has changed about the business since it opened its doors almost 15 years ago. ...

    Innovative engineer tops safety awards

    Innovative engineer tops safety awards

    04 Nov 2010 by Natalie Gerritsen

    INNOVATION in occupational health and safety was celebrated at the WA Work Safety Awards last week, with four recipients now moving forward to the national competition. ...

    SW agribusinesses face financial woes

    SW agribusinesses face financial woes

    04 Nov 2010 by Aimee Sargent

    THE past week has not been a good one for agricultural processors, with two major South West players – Finesse Foods and Challenge Dairy – facing financial crises. ...

    Pressure on over provision of BER services

    Pressure on over provision of BER services

    04 Nov 2010 by Emily Morgan

    WESTERN Power is preparing for challenges in delivery during the next phase of the federal government’s Building the Education Revolution national schools construction program. ...

    Eden driving Central growth

    Eden driving Central growth

    04 Nov 2010 by John Phaceas

    OSBORNE Park-based remedial construction services group Central Systems has moved up a gear in its aggressive growth strategy under new chief Richard Eden, acquiring Bayswater protective coatings specialist Asset Systems for an undisclosed sum. ...

    PCS formalises national alliance

    PCS formalises national alliance

    04 Nov 2010 by Aimee Sargent

    PERTH-BASED project management firm PCS will formalise its national alliance with east coast-based Primavera Australia later this month.The alliance is part of parent company Primavera’s push to ...

    Dongara plan pressures Oakajee

    Dongara plan pressures Oakajee

    04 Nov 2010 by John Phaceas

    THE state government is facing renewed pressure to table its state development agreement for the Oakajee port near Geraldton in the wake of a rival iron ore port proposal at Dongara-Port Denison. ...

    Roads contracts shifting control

    Roads contracts shifting control

    04 Nov 2010 by Mark Beyer

    MAIN Roads has awarded the first of seven new-style maintenance contracts as industry players finalise their pitch to win the remaining multi-million dollar deals. ...

    FMG, Burswood win water awards

    FMG, Burswood win water awards

    04 Nov 2010 by Natalie Gerritsen

    FORTESCUE Metals Group and Burswood Entertainment Complex were among the private sector winners at the 2010 WA Water Awards, announced last month. ...

    Taking up the solar challenge

    Taking up the solar challenge

    04 Nov 2010 by Emily Morgan

    THE adoption of a feed-in tariff for renewable energy in August has provided growth opportunities for solar power retail businesses, among them Solar Shop, which has expanded its retail presence in Western Australia in recent months. ...

    Unpaid workers get $2.6m boost

    Unpaid workers get $2.6m boost

    04 Nov 2010 by Aimee Sargent

    EMPLOYERS in Western Australia have been ordered to pay $2.65 million in unpaid wages and entitlements as a result of Fair Work Ombudsman investigations in the past financial year. ...

    Retail readies for a new era

    Retail readies for a new era

    04 Nov 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    Perth’s retail property sector is heading into a new era of extended trading hours, expanded centres and more sophisticated retail offerings. ...

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