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    New DG at Department of Education

    New DG at Department of Education

    07 Dec 2018 by Delia Price

    Melbourne-based executive Lisa Rodgers has been appointed director general of the Department of Education, making her the fifth woman to be appointed to a director general role in Western Australia this year. ...

    ECU announces $48m science building

    ECU announces $48m science building

    07 Nov 2018 by Adrian Rauso

    Multiplex has been awarded the construction contract for a $48 million science building at Edith Cowan University’s Joondalup campus. ...

    Sanderson to replace Cowan as ECU chancellor

    Sanderson to replace Cowan as ECU chancellor

    22 Oct 2018 by Delia Price

    Edith Cowan University’s longest-serving chancellor, Hendy Cowan, will retire from his position after 14 years in the role. ...

    Moora college to stay open

    Moora college to stay open

    04 Sep 2018 by Delia Price

    After eight months of community protest over its education spending cuts, the state government has reversed its decision to close Moora Residential College following an $8.7 million federal grant. ...

    WA risks skills shortage

    WA risks skills shortage

    03 Sep 2018 by Delia Price

    A 7.4 per cent decline in the number of WA trainees and apprentices in-training is leaving the state at risk of a skills shortage. ...

    Curtin Uni appoints new chancellor

    Curtin Uni appoints new chancellor

    24 Aug 2018 by Delia Price

    CBH Group's former chief executive Andrew Crane has been appointed chancellor of Curtin University. ...

    Navitas announces Dutch expansion

    Navitas announces Dutch expansion

    23 Jul 2018 by Adrian Rauso

    Global education services provider Navitas has expanded into the Netherlands, after signing an agreement with the University of Twente to operate its pathway program for international students. ...

    Navitas to close colleges in $130m restructure

    Navitas to close colleges in $130m restructure

    18 Jul 2018 by Adrian Rauso

    Global education services provider Navitas has announced it will close colleges in the United States and the United Kingdom, as well as exiting its Australian health care training business, in a restructure of its careers and industry division. ...

    O’Neill appointed Trinity principal

    O’Neill appointed Trinity principal

    18 Jul 2018 by Adrian Rauso

    Trinity College has announced the recruitment of Darren O'Neill as its next principal, succeeding Ivan Banks, who announced his resignation in April and will step down after 12 years at the helm. ...

    Botanix in $15m raising

    Botanix in $15m raising

    05 Feb 2018 by Tayler Neale

    Medical dermatology company Botanix Pharmaceuticals has raised $15 million through a strongly supported share placement, with the proceeds set to be spent on developing its lead product for acne. ...

    Galvin develops lead-free taps

    Galvin develops lead-free taps

    31 Jan 2018 by AAP Business News

    Malaga company Galvin Engineering has developed Australia's first lead-free drinking tap as the state government deals with new revelations of lead contamination in taps at a number of Western Australian schools. ...

    Botanix up on study results

    Botanix up on study results

    29 Jan 2018 by Tayler Neale

    Shares in medical dermatology company Botanix Pharmaceuticals, led by Perth-based chairman Graham Griffiths and executive director Matt Callahan, have jumped more than 20 per cent today after the company announced successful results from an acne patient st ...

    Universal wins $13.8m contract

    Universal wins $13.8m contract

    16 Jan 2018 by Business News

    Osborne Park-based Universal Constructions has been awarded a $13.8 million contract by the state government for work at a new primary school in Perth’s northern suburbs. ...

    Eon targets indigenous disadvantage

    Eon targets indigenous disadvantage

    16 Jan 2018 by Tori Wilson

    Growing numbers of remote communities are seeking Eon Foundation’s help to improve their education around food and hygiene. ...

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