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    Season’s Greetings from Business News

    Season’s Greetings from Business News

    20 Dec 2013 by Mark Pownall, Mark Beyer

    As Business News is closing today for a two-week break, we wish all our readers and business partners the very best for the holiday season. ...

    Rocky Bay ramps up engagement

    Rocky Bay ramps up engagement

    20 Dec 2013 by Shanna Crispin

    Former Deloitte partner Graham McHarrie has taken over the chairman’s role at Rocky Bay as the disability services provider develops a new, competitive strategy. ...

    Christmas is coming, are you ready?

    Christmas is coming, are you ready?

    20 Dec 2013 by Paul Rowe

    Has your retail business done everything possible to maximise this busy shopping period? ...

    TFS buys NT cattle station for $8.5m

    TFS buys NT cattle station for $8.5m

    20 Dec 2013 by Staff reporter

    TFS Corporation has lined up an $8.5 million purchase of a cattle station in the Northern Territory for the further establishment of Indian sandalwood plantations. ...

    Subcontractor killed at Kwinana Port

    Subcontractor killed at Kwinana Port

    20 Dec 2013 by Michael Ramsey

    A subcontractor truck driver has been killed in an incident at CBH Group's Kwinana grain terminal. ...

    Coffee Club open to new members

    Coffee Club open to new members

    20 Dec 2013 by Saskia Pickles

    Some parts of the economy might be in cost-cutting mode, but coffee franchising is still a growth sector. ...

    Ausdrill, Trident team up for subsea cable

    Ausdrill, Trident team up for subsea cable

    20 Dec 2013 by Michael Ramsey

    Trident Subsea Cable has enlisted contractor Ausdrill to help it build a fibre optic telecommunications network between Perth and the Pilbara. ...

    Joe McDonald fines tally tops $1m

    Joe McDonald fines tally tops $1m

    20 Dec 2013 by Mark Beyer

    The construction union and its militant leader Joe McDonald have been hit with their second hefty fine in one week, after being penalised for their role in unlawful industrial action at CITIC Pacific’s Sino Iron project in the Pilbara. ...

    Empire sues former directors

    Empire sues former directors

    20 Dec 2013 by Michael Ramsey

    Empire Oil & Gas' new management team has taken the company's former directors to court in a bid to recover funds used to bankroll defamation proceedings against Empire shareholders. ...

    Centaurus scales back Jambreiro project

    Centaurus scales back Jambreiro project

    20 Dec 2013 by Michael Ramsey

    Centaurus Metals has scaled back development plans at its Jambreiro iron ore project in Brazil, announcing it will halve its initial production rate to one million tonnes per annum in a bid to keep the project on track. ...

    Sandfire, Talisman ink farm-in deal

    Sandfire, Talisman ink farm-in deal

    20 Dec 2013 by Michael Ramsey

    Shares in Talisman Mining have soared after Sandfire Resources agreed to farm into the explorer's copper-gold projects in the Bryah Basin. ...

    Roy Hill project gets $700m boost

    Roy Hill project gets $700m boost

    20 Dec 2013 by Michael Ramsey

    The $10 billion Roy Hill project has received a funding boost, with the Export-Import Bank of the United States approving a $US694 million loan to purchase American-made mining equipment. ...

    Charter 1 out in snorkel stoush

    Charter 1 out in snorkel stoush

    20 Dec 2013 by Dan Wilkie

    Snorkel tour and boat charter operator Charter 1 has locked horns with the Rottnest Island Authority, claiming it was squeezed out of the popular holiday island in favour of another operator, forcing it to restructure its business. ...

    Morning Headlines

    Morning Headlines

    20 Dec 2013

    Harvest Joy WA farmers have fought back from the brink of disaster to deliver the State’s biggest grain harvest and a $5 billion-plus boost for the WA economy five days from Christmas.  The West ...

    The world’s there for the taking

    The world’s there for the taking

    20 Dec 2013 by Jeffrey Gitomer

    Is your business making the most of the opportunities presented by Google, and if not, why not? ...

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