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    Port Bouvard gets financial lifeline

    Port Bouvard gets financial lifeline

    20 May 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    Port Bouvard is set to receive a much needed lifeline from Queensland's FKP Property Group, which has agreed to chip in nearly $23 million to a planned $60.2 million capital raising. ...

    WA holds 79% of resources projects

    WA holds 79% of resources projects

    19 May 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    Western Australia's title as the resources state was further cemented today with new figures showing it accounted for 79 per cent of the $109.6 billion committed to projects across the country. ...

    Farm groups call for state budget funds

    Farm groups call for state budget funds

    18 May 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    Farm lobby groups have made a last minute pitch for more funding for port and rail infrastructure ahead of Thursday's state budget. ...

    Phylogica plans Frankfurt listing

    Phylogica plans Frankfurt listing

    18 May 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    Perth-based drug discovery company Phylogica plans to list on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange as part of its strategy to raise its profile in the international financial community. ...

    Hayward buys Floreat Tavern

    Hayward buys Floreat Tavern

    17 May 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    The Floreat Tavern has been sold to publican Geoff Hayward, the man behind the development of The Brisbane Hotel, Cino to Go and Luxe Bar. ...

    Evans releases new migration list

    Evans releases new migration list

    17 May 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    Cooks and hairdressers have been replaced by an increasing demand for professionals in the health and engineering sectors in the federal government's new migration list. ...

    Swan says miners asked for profits tax

    Swan says miners asked for profits tax

    17 May 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    Treasurer Wayne Swan has again defended the proposed resources super profit tax, saying today it was what the mining industry had asked for. ...

    AWE launches on-market offer for Adelphi

    AWE launches on-market offer for Adelphi

    17 May 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    West Perth-based Adelphi Energy has urged its shareholders to take no action regarding an on-market takeover offer launched today by its major shareholder, oil and gas company AWE. ...

    Mining tax campaign ramps up

    Mining tax campaign ramps up

    17 May 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    A who's who of Perth's business elite have appeared in a full-page advertisement against the resources super profit tax as BHP Billiton chairman Jac Nasser speaks out for the first time against the controversial tax. ...

    Coote mulls Elph's offer, tips $2m loss

    Coote mulls Elph's offer, tips $2m loss

    14 May 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    Coote Industrial is reconsidering Elph's proportional takeover offer after it forecast a $2 million full-year loss, the second earnings downgrade this week. ...

    Griffin's Worsley contract in doubt

    Griffin's Worsley contract in doubt

    14 May 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    Up to half of the 500-strong workforce at collapsed Griffin Coal is reportedly at risk of losing their jobs next month as customer Worsley Alumina talks to Wesfarmers' Premier Coal about switching its coal supply. ...

    Inpex delays $20bn Ichthys project

    Inpex delays $20bn Ichthys project

    14 May 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    UPDATE: Japan's Inpex has pushed back its planned first gas date from its $20 billion Ichthys project by one year to 2016. ...

    Radisich shock resignation from COSBOA

    Radisich shock resignation from COSBOA

    13 May 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    Former Western Australian Labor politician Jaye Radisich has unexpectedly resigned from the chief executive position at the Council of Small Business of Australia. ...

    Tax, takeover blamed for Coote downgrade

    Tax, takeover blamed for Coote downgrade

    13 May 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    Coote Industrial has downgraded its earnings forecast by about $10 million on the back of uncertainty surrounding the resources super profit tax and the proportional takeover bid by Elph. ...

    Gindalbie seeks $206m for Karara

    Gindalbie seeks $206m for Karara

    13 May 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    Gindalbie Metals plans to tap the market for up to $206 million to fund its Karara iron ore joint venture, days after it announced a capital cost increase at the Mid West project. ...

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