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    Wyndham Port to receive $10m facelift

    Wyndham Port to receive $10m facelift

    07 Jul 2010 by Edited announcement

    The State Government-owned jetty at the port of Wyndham will be upgraded as part of a $10 million expansion and enhancement project. ...

    Urgent action needed for hospital risks

    Urgent action needed for hospital risks

    23 Jun 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    Auditor General Colin Murphy says urgent action needs to be taken to avoid further cost blowouts or time delays on the $1.76 billion Fiona Stanley Hospital project. ...

    Rio Tinto closer to another Pilbara port

    Rio Tinto closer to another Pilbara port

    10 May 2010 by Staff Reporters

    Rio Tinto has moved a step closer to developing a second port at Cape Lambert in the Pilbara after receiving a conditional recommendation from the Environmental Protection Authority. ...

    Horseshoe Bridge re-opening delayed

    Horseshoe Bridge re-opening delayed

    29 Apr 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    Traffic congestion around the Wellington Street train station will persist for another two months, after Transport Minister Simon O'Brien confirmed the Horseshoe Bridge re-opening had been delayed. ...

    $100m cost blowout for Northbridge Link

    $100m cost blowout for Northbridge Link

    29 Apr 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    The cost for sinking the railway line for the Northbridge Link has blown out by $100 million, months before a contractor is nominated to begin the project. ...

    Perdaman, WestNet sign rail agreement

    Perdaman, WestNet sign rail agreement

    28 Apr 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    Perdaman Chemicals and Fertilisers will finalise rail access details for its $US2.5 billion Collie urea project after it entered into an agreement with WestNet Rail. ...

    Coote Industrial to pay Elph $6.5m

    Coote Industrial to pay Elph $6.5m

    21 Apr 2010 by Staff Reporters

    Coote Industrial will be forced to pay Elph $6.5 million after the takeover bidder exercised its put option to sell its stake in Coote subsidiary, Greentrains. ...

    Macmahon wins $90m QR contract

    Macmahon wins $90m QR contract

    13 Apr 2010 by Staff Reporters

    Macmahon Holdings has confirmed today it has been awarded a $90 million contract by national transport provider QR for the upgrade and expansion of a rail corridor in Queensland. ...

    WA iron ore miners jump on boycott news

    WA iron ore miners jump on boycott news

    06 Apr 2010 by Staff Reporters

    Shares in Western Australia's junior iron ore miners surged today after China's top steel industry body called for a two-month boycott of iron ore produced by BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto and Brazil's Vale. ...

    New $12.5m crane for Fremantle Ports

    New $12.5m crane for Fremantle Ports

    30 Mar 2010 by Russell Quinn

    People lunching in Fremantle today will be treated to a rare sight as a massive crane ship transporting four post-Panamax cranes from Shanghai will deliver a new $12.5 million crane to DP World's container terminal on North Quay. ...

    Oakajee project to cost $4.37bn

    Oakajee project to cost $4.37bn

    30 Mar 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    The cost of the Oakajee port and rail project in the Mid West has increased to $4.37 billion after high demand from miners raised the initial capacity at the port by almost 30 per cent. ...

    Oakajee port capacity lifted by 30%

    Oakajee port capacity lifted by 30%

    18 Mar 2010 by Edited announcement

    The planned initial capacity at the Oakajee deepwater port will be increased by nearly 30 per cent as Crosslands Resources, Gindalbie Metals and Sinosteel Midwest are selected as potential foundation customers. ...

    EPA approves Bluewaters expansion

    EPA approves Bluewaters expansion

    08 Mar 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    The state environmental watchdog has recommended that Griffin Power be granted approval to expand its Bluewaters coal-fired power station near Collie, saying it is unlikely to compromise the surrounding environment. ...

    Coote MD rejects Elph takeover offer

    Coote MD rejects Elph takeover offer

    08 Mar 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    Coote Industrial managing director Michael Coote says he will reject the proportional takeover from Elph, saying its an opportunity to exploit a moment of short-term weakness in Coote's share price. ...

    Water Corporation PPP a state first

    Water Corporation PPP a state first

    26 Feb 2010 by Edited announcement

    Water Minister Graham Jacobs and Treasurer Troy Buswell have today announced the first public private partnership for the state's water industry with the Water Corporation calling for expressions of interest to work on upgrades at Mundaring Weir. ...

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