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    State appoints advisers for asset sales

    State appoints advisers for asset sales

    24 Dec 2014 by Mark Pownall

    The state government has split the advisory roles for the first tranche of its asset sales program as it starts a sell down process that it hopes will relieve its difficult budget position. ...

    Recalibration for resilient economy

    Recalibration for resilient economy

    24 Dec 2014 by Editorial

    WA business is rapidly resetting its cost base and growth targets to better withstand the downturn. ...

    Atlas Iron flags $900m write-down

    Atlas Iron flags $900m write-down

    23 Dec 2014 by Mark Beyer

    Atlas Iron plans to write-down the value of its Pilbara assets by between $700 million and $900 million, after telling the market it is operating just at break-even before restructuring costs. ...

    Brierty, Densford win Perth Airport contracts

    Brierty, Densford win Perth Airport contracts

    23 Dec 2014 by Fraser Beattie

    Perth Airport has awarded contracts to Perth-based companies Brierty and Densford Civil to improve access and parking around Terminal 1, as part of a $42 million redevelopment project to upgrade the forecourt and car parks. ...

    Mining gloom brings budget doom

    Mining gloom brings budget doom

    23 Dec 2014 by Matt Mckenzie

    The impact of falling export prices has been revealed in Canberra's Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook, as the federal government pushes the return to surplus out until the end of the decade. ...

    Base bids for second project

    Base bids for second project

    23 Dec 2014 by Mark Beyer

    Perth-based Mineral sands miner Base Resources has launched a scrip takeover offer for ASX-listed World Titanium Resources, which owns the Toliara Sands project in Madagascar, after securing extra funds for its Kwale project. ...

    Business outlook on economy bleak: CCI

    Business outlook on economy bleak: CCI

    23 Dec 2014 by Fraser Beattie

    Western Australian businesses are becoming increasingly concerned about the economic outlook over the next 12 months, according to the latest Westpac/Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA report. ...

    Corporates contribute as charities challenged

    Corporates contribute as charities challenged

    23 Dec 2014 by Carrie Burns

    Christmas appeals have received a mixed response in their calls for donations, however all charities report a significant increase in requests for their services. ...

    NFPs fail on staff development

    NFPs fail on staff development

    23 Dec 2014 by Shanna Crispin

    Not-for-profit organisations are at risk of failure as they struggle to upskill staff, according to research from the University of Western Australia. ...

    NWS Venture strikes deal with Hess

    NWS Venture strikes deal with Hess

    23 Dec 2014 by Mark Beyer

    US company Hess Corporation has moved closer to developing its large Equus gas field off the WA coast, after striking an agreement to process the gas through the North West Shelf venture’s Karratha plant. ...

    IMC increases Millennium backing

    IMC increases Millennium backing

    23 Dec 2014 by Fraser Beattie

    Perth-based gold miner Millennium Minerals has negotiated $5 million in additional debt funding from its major shareholder IMC Group but the deal is dependent on Millennium's current bankers agreeing to reschedule debt repayments due at the end of this mon ...

    More power to Tesla

    More power to Tesla

    23 Dec 2014 by Saskia Pickles

    Not everyone can afford a luxury electric Tesla vehicle, starting around $100,000, but the launch of the US brand in Australia this month is expected to impact on Western Australia's emerging electric vehicle market, according to the local branch of the Au ...

    Real life angels sent in to help

    Real life angels sent in to help

    23 Dec 2014 by Charlie Gunningham

    If you wanted to invest in a startup, where would you begin? ...

    Headphone market growth echoes in Perth

    Headphone market growth echoes in Perth

    23 Dec 2014 by Matt Mckenzie

    Perth company Audiofly is hoping to replicate strong export sales during the past three years with the opening of a new store and headquarters on King Street in the city. ...

    Bing Boy rapt with WA store

    Bing Boy rapt with WA store

    23 Dec 2014 by Dan Wilkie

    Eastern states-based Asian street food vendor Bing Boy has opened its first outlet in Western Australia, one of 10 new stores the chain is planning over the next two years. ...

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