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    ANZ lifts lending rate by 39bps

    ANZ lifts lending rate by 39bps

    10 Nov 2010 by Staff Reporters

    ANZ has become the second major banking group to increase interest rates on housing and business loans by substantially more than the rise in official interest rates. ...

    WA housing finance bucks national trend

    WA housing finance bucks national trend

    10 Nov 2010 by Staff Reporters

    Home loan approvals in Western Australia bucked the national trend in September increasing 5.5 per cent compared to the national figure of 1.3 per cent. ...

    RBA lifts rates 0.25% to 4.75%

    RBA lifts rates 0.25% to 4.75%

    02 Nov 2010 by Staff Reporters

    The Reserve Bank has lifted the official cash rate by 25 basis points to 4.75 per cent after expressing concern about the risk of inflation rising again over the medium term. ...

    Busines cautious on labour: survey

    Busines cautious on labour: survey

    28 Oct 2010

    THE latest Commonwealth Bank – CCI Survey of Business Expectations has found that businesses are employing a variety of measures to grow and retain their workforce as labour shortages start to bite.Th ...

    WA's recycling rates improves

    WA's recycling rates improves

    13 Oct 2010 by Staff Reporters

    More than 1.8 million tonnes of waste in Western Australia was recycled during 2008-09 according to the state government's Waste Authority. ...

    Labour shortage concerns WA businesses

    Labour shortage concerns WA businesses

    11 Oct 2010 by Kym Fuhrmann

    Forty per cent of WA businesses are looking to employ inexperienced workers over the next 12 months as they move to implement measures to grow and retain their workforce. ...

    Coles boss slams WA retail trading rules

    Coles boss slams WA retail trading rules

    16 Sep 2010 by Russell Quinn

    The boss of Coles has labelled retail trading hours in Western Australia a farce and questioned the need for any regulation, which include inconsistent regulations and anomalies. ...

    $6m plant to boost glass recycling

    $6m plant to boost glass recycling

    26 Aug 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    NATIONAL glass recycler Colmax Glass is aiming to increase Western Australia’s glass recycling rates from about 25 per cent to more than 80 per cent within 12 months with the opening of its reprocessing plant in Kewdale. ...

    Court case against Rusty dismissed

    Court case against Rusty dismissed

    24 Aug 2010 by Russell Quinn

    A former investor in international surfwear brand Rusty has failed in his bid to recoup more than $2 million he sunk into the company in 2006 when employed as Rusty's in-house legal adviser. ...

    Wesfarmers, miners boost WA's market cap

    Wesfarmers, miners boost WA's market cap

    16 Aug 2010 by Edited announcement

    Following three tough months Wesfarmers and the state's miners helped the market capitalisation of Western Australian listed companies, which comprise the Deloitte WA Index, to bounce 5.3 per cent higher in July to $148.4 billion. ...

    CCI upgrades growth forecast for WA

    CCI upgrades growth forecast for WA

    12 Jul 2010 by Edited announcement

    The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Western Australia has upgraded its growth projections for the state following a stronger than expected finish to last financial year. ...

    Faulkner to step down from ministry

    Faulkner to step down from ministry

    07 Jul 2010 by Staff Reporters

    Defence Minister John Faulkner has become the second senior minister in the Australian government to annouce plans to step down from his current role after the upcoming federal election. ...

    $300m Waterfront project moving ahead

    $300m Waterfront project moving ahead

    05 Jul 2010 by Edited announcement

    The state government's $300 million Perth Waterfront project has moved a step closer to reality following Cabinet's consideration of the business case, supporting critical decisions enabling the project's progression. ...

    Barnett extends popular vote over Ripper

    Barnett extends popular vote over Ripper

    05 Jul 2010 by Staff Reporters

    Western Australia's Premier Colin Barnett has retained his popularity, emerging streets ahead of Labor Opposition Leader Eric Ripper as preferred leader, the latest Newspoll shows. ...

    WA business confidence takes a hit

    WA business confidence takes a hit

    30 Jun 2010 by Staff Reporters

    A new survey has found the confidence of Western Australian employers has taken a hit for the first time since the beginning of last year. ...

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