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    Poseidon in $20m conv. notes deal

    Poseidon in $20m conv. notes deal

    23 Dec 2010 by Edited announcement

    Poseidon Nickel has raised $20 million through an issue of convertible notes to Phil Falcone's New York-based investment group Harbinger Capital, which has backed several emerging WA mining companies. ...

    New native title deals in Kimberley

    New native title deals in Kimberley

    23 Dec 2010 by Edited announcement

    Premier Colin Barnett announced today that an additional 54,000 square kilometres of land in the Kimberley will be added to the native title estate in Western Australia. ...

    Kagara recruits Day as MD

    Kagara recruits Day as MD

    23 Dec 2010 by Edited announcement

    Mining copany Kagara has announced a management succession, with chairman Kim Robinson moving to a non-executive role and Newcrest Mining executive Geoff Day recruited as the new managing director. ...

    Resource Equipment in $12m raising

    Resource Equipment in $12m raising

    22 Dec 2010 by Edited announcement

    Resource Equipment Ltd will undertake a $12 million capital raising to equip the company for strong demand for its goods. ...

    Griffin coal for urea project

    Griffin coal for urea project

    22 Dec 2010 by Edited announcement

    The administrators of Griffin Coal have signed an agreement with Perdaman Chemicals and Fertilisers to supply up to 2.95 million tonnes of coal per annum. ...

    Small biz protected on public holidays

    Small biz protected on public holidays

    21 Dec 2010 by Edited announcement

    Small businesses refusing to open on public holidays cannot be fined by the landlords, says Small Business Minister Simon O'Brien. ...

    Business expectations fall

    Business expectations fall

    21 Dec 2010 by Edited announcement

    The return of severe labour shortages is already starting to affect the confidence of WA employers as the cost of doing business continues to rise, says the Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA. ...

    Cliffs approved for Mt Jackson deposit

    Cliffs approved for Mt Jackson deposit

    21 Dec 2010 by Edited announcement

    US-based miner Cliffs Natural Resources has received federal and state government approval to begin development at its Mount Jackson iron ore deposit, near its existing Koolyanobbing mine in the Pilbara. ...

    CHOGM causes Forrest Place re-think

    CHOGM causes Forrest Place re-think

    20 Dec 2010 by Edited announcement

    Work on the next stage of the Forrest Place redevelopment has been scaled back temporarily due nextyear's Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting. ...

    Moly Mines to ship ore by year's end

    Moly Mines to ship ore by year's end

    20 Dec 2010 by Edited announcement

    Moly Mines has confirmed the maiden iron ore shipment from its Spinifex Ridge project will take place before the end of the year. ...

    Business sales fall slightly in November

    Business sales fall slightly in November

    20 Dec 2010 by Edited announcement

    Despite continued negative spending growth, conditions are looking more positive for Australian businesses, according to the latest Commonwealth Bank Business Sales Indicator (BSI) released today. ...

    More funding for training places

    More funding for training places

    20 Dec 2010 by Edited announcement

    The State Government has approved additional funding to provide nearly 8,000 additional training places in 2011 to meet increased demand. ...

    Advance to sell US projects

    Advance to sell US projects

    17 Dec 2010 by Edited announcement

    West Perth's Advance Energy will sell three US-based projects for a total of $US11.3 million, with the proceeds being used to settle debt. ...

    Rectangular stadium a step closer

    Rectangular stadium a step closer

    17 Dec 2010 by Edited announcement

    The state government has announced that the first stage of developing a rectangular stadium at Perth Oval will deliver about 10,000 seats at a cost of $88 million. ...

    Shell sorry for second fuel shortage

    Shell sorry for second fuel shortage

    17 Dec 2010 by Edited announcement

    Shell Australia has apologised after Perth customers have been hit by second fuel shortage in as many weeks. ...

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