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    Flexipole breaks mould

    Flexipole breaks mould

    02 Dec 2010 by Aimee Sargent

    A FENCING company that has created a sustainable alternative to chemically treated timber has applied for funding under a federal government initiative aimed at assisting companies through the commercialisation process. ...

    Brightwater mines timber niche

    Brightwater mines timber niche

    02 Dec 2010 by Aimee Sargent

    A CHANGE of tack from mining to forestry has paid off for Brightwater Engineering Solutions, which won the ‘environmental project of the year’ award at the 2010 Australian Bulk Handling Awards, held in Brisbane last month. ...

    Anointing the master’s apprentice

    Anointing the master’s apprentice

    02 Dec 2010 by Aimee Sargent

      THE relatively understated façade of Jackson’s Restaurant belies the critically acclaimed fine dining experience of its interior. ...

    Polished act at Bamboozle

    Polished act at Bamboozle

    25 Nov 2010 by Aimee Sargent

    BAMBOO flooring company Bamboozle intends to build upon its established business with the opening of a purpose-built floorboard manufacturing facility and a new retail space for Western Australian hardwood floors. ...

    Fujitsu unveils new data centre

    Fujitsu unveils new data centre

    25 Nov 2010 by Aimee Sargent

    FUJITSU officially opened its new purpose-built data centre in Perth this week, with Bankwest coming on board as the first locally headquartered customer. ...

    From farm to fork

    From farm to fork

    25 Nov 2010 by Aimee Sargent

    Since opening in 2009, the Kalamunda Farmers’ Market has capitalised on a growing trend to seasonal produce. Aimée Sargent reports. ...

    Business bears the brunt from the banks

    Business bears the brunt from the banks

    18 Nov 2010 by Aimee Sargent

    SMALL and medium-sized businesses have not escaped this month’s interest rate rise, with all of the major banks acting on the Reserve Bank’s increase of 25 basis points. ...

    Sayers’ll leave a smile on your dial

    Sayers’ll leave a smile on your dial

    18 Nov 2010 by Aimee Sargent

    Known by locals for its ever-changing menu, Sayers may no longer be Perth’s best-kept breakfast secret. Aimée Sargent reports. ...

    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. ...

    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 ...

    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. ...

    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 ...

    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. ...

    Samudra– deliciously sustainable

    Samudra– deliciously sustainable

    04 Nov 2010 by Aimee Sargent

    A yoga-inspired company in Dunsborough is realising its owners’ vision for sustainable living. Aimée Sargent reports. ...

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