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    Slow going for South West heavy hitters

    Slow going for South West heavy hitters

    25 Nov 2010 by Mark Pownall

    The South West is a land of opportunity, but some locals worry the chance to develop is being missed. ...

    Cooperative connections adding value

    Cooperative connections adding value

    25 Nov 2010 by Mark Pownall

    THE interconnectivity of industry in the state’s South West corner, based on the value adding undertaken by many of the region’s businesses, makes it very different from what we see to our north. ...

    Major concern over uneven employment spread

    Major concern over uneven employment spread

    18 Nov 2010 by Natalie Gerritsen

    As WA continues its resources-led economic recovery, businesses are searching for solutions to the encroaching skills shortage. ...

    Training, development key to retaining a skilled workforce in testing times

    Training, development key to retaining a skilled workforce in testing times

    18 Nov 2010 by Natalie Gerritsen

    DANIEL Stean started at floral import export company WAFEX 10 years ago, sweeping the factory floor; now he is the general manager of the company’s Perth warehouse, overseeing 40 staff. ...

    Carrot and stick approach to indigenous jobs

    Carrot and stick approach to indigenous jobs

    18 Nov 2010 by Mark Pownall

    INDIGENOUS employment remains a big issue in Western Australia, with development in regions with significant Aboriginal populations prompting many communities to use native title agreements to create jobs. ...

    Working on a contribution

    Working on a contribution

    18 Nov 2010 by Mark Pownall

    PROVIDING employment opportunities is the key corporate role in bridging the gap between indigenous living standards and the rest of Australia, according to two of the nation’s business leaders. ...

    New paradigm developing in relationship between community sector, government

    New paradigm developing in relationship between community sector, government

    11 Nov 2010 by Emily Morgan

    The community sector and the state government are working collaboratively to create major change in the provision of community services. ...

    Financial issues need ironing out

    Financial issues need ironing out

    11 Nov 2010 by Emily Morgan

    THE Economic Audit Committee’s recommendations for community services are expected to bring about major changes to the way the sector operates. ...

    Communication key to reform success

    Communication key to reform success

    11 Nov 2010 by Emily Morgan

    Changing government policy is a tedious process and the ensuing bureaucracy requires patience. ...

    Indigenous tourism gets funds boost

    Indigenous tourism gets funds boost

    11 Nov 2010 by Aimee Sargent

    Indigenous tourism leaders are hopeful a funding boost for the sector will raise the level of professionalism of its operators. Aimée Sargent reports. ...

    Festival leads the field

    Festival leads the field

    11 Nov 2010 by Aimee Sargent

    A commitment to its original vision paired with a conservative budget has kept the Perth Festival in business. ...

    The big taste-off

    The big taste-off

    11 Nov 2010 by Scott Taylor

    I’M not sure if you’ve noticed, but the Great Southern has been producing some blindingly good cabernets over the last few years. There is talk around the traps that they may even be challenging Margaret River for the title of best cabernet region. ...

    TRAVEL TALK

    TRAVEL TALK

    11 Nov 2010

    TRAVEL TALK with Bruno Camarri - consultant, Freehills ...

    Game on for Australia Cup

    Game on for Australia Cup

    11 Nov 2010 by Aimee Sargent

    RETURNING to Perth for a second year after an eight-year hiatus until 2009, the Australia Cup has overcome funding difficulties and secured the support of key sponsors Sunseeker and the City of Perth for its 2010 event, held on the Swan River later this m ...

    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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