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    Martin appointed chair of Perkins, Parkerville

    Martin appointed chair of Perkins, Parkerville

    12 Dec 2018 by Delia Price

    Wayne Martin has been appointed as chair of the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research, Western Australia’s second largest research institution, as well as not for profit Parkerville Children and Youth Care. ...

    Georgiou, Pindan win new contracts

    Georgiou, Pindan win new contracts

    11 Dec 2018 by Tayler Neale

    Georgiou Group has been awarded a $42 million contract to build new facilities at Hollywood Private Hospital while Pindan has been appointed as builder for a housing project in Manjimup. ...

    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. ...

    McNeilly named as Poynton's successor on Christ Church council

    McNeilly named as Poynton's successor on Christ Church council

    30 Nov 2018 by Business News

    John Poynton will step down as chair of Christ Church Grammar School’s council in January, to be succeeded by property developer Matthew McNeilly. ...

    Adco, EMCO win $20m in contracts

    Adco, EMCO win $20m in contracts

    30 Nov 2018 by Business News

    Adco Constructions has secured a contract to complete expansion works at Bunbury Regional Prison, while EMCO Building will construct a new performing arts centre at Melville Senior High School. ...

    Universal locks in $14m school contract

    Universal locks in $14m school contract

    22 Nov 2018 by Business News

    Osborne Park-based Universal Constructions has secured a $14 million state government contract to build a new primary school in Caversham. ...

    Medical research creates new market

    Medical research creates new market

    21 Nov 2018 by Delia Price

    ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL: Disease management has undergone major advancements since the 1990s, meaning various industries must now cater for healthy older customers. This article is part of a special series to mark Business News' 25-year anniversary. ...

    Navitas battle just warming up

    Navitas battle just warming up

    15 Nov 2018 by Tayler Neale

    Navitas co-founder Rod Jones attacked the company’s earnings forecasts at today’s annual meeting, as chairman Tracey Horton was narrowly re-elected with 50.8 per cent of the vote. ...

    Navitas rejects $2bn takeover

    Navitas rejects $2bn takeover

    12 Nov 2018 by Tayler Neale

    The board of Navitas has rebuffed a $2 billion takeover offer from a consortium of investors, which includes co-founder Rod Jones, saying the deal is well below its valuation of the education services company. ...

    Jones retires from Navitas board

    Jones retires from Navitas board

    08 Nov 2018 by Business News

    Navitas founder Rod Jones has stepped down from the board to manage his conflict of interest in relation to the $2 billion indicative takeover proposal for the education services company. ...

    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. ...

    Align interests with outcomes

    Align interests with outcomes

    01 Nov 2018 by Mark Pownall

    Opinion: Why not align private sector tax cuts to cost-effectively improving the performance of education and health? ...

    ResApp tumbles on study

    ResApp tumbles on study

    30 Oct 2018 by Business News

    Shares in medical tech firm ResApp Health have more than halved today, after the company released the preliminary results of a new US study on its technology. ...

    Uni VCs skip education strategy launch

    Uni VCs skip education strategy launch

    23 Oct 2018 by Mark Beyer

    Premier Mark McGowan and StudyPerth chair Rod Jones this morning launched a new strategy to attract international students to Western Australia, with Mr Jones throwing out a challenge to the sector to turn the strategy into action. ...

    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. ...

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