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    Small is beautiful on the water's edge

    Small is beautiful on the water's edge

    21 Dec 2011 by Carolyn Herbert

    The team at revamped In Contro on the South Perth foreshore are hoping to make the best of the ‘rock-star’ location and a piccolo-style menu. Carolyn Herbert reports. ...

    Regional work provides post-GFC bounce

    Regional work provides post-GFC bounce

    14 Dec 2011 by Carolyn Herbert

    NOT many SMEs can boast almost 80 years in business, but for AJ Cochrane and Sons managing director Stephen Cochrane it’s all about continuing the legacy and reputation of the painting business establ ...

    Landlubbers cool on Fremantle regatta

    Landlubbers cool on Fremantle regatta

    14 Dec 2011 by Carolyn Herbert

    PROMOTED as the biggest event for Fremantle since the 1987 America’s Cup, the Perth 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championships has met with a mixed response from the port city’s business operators.  ...

    Great location, just add Salt

    Great location, just add Salt

    07 Dec 2011 by Carolyn Herbert

    Ian Hutchinson reckons any foodie worth their salt should be down at his beachfront restaurant and microbrewery at North Fremantle. Carolyn Herbert reports. ...

    Micromine takes software solutions global

    Micromine takes software solutions global

    07 Dec 2011 by Carolyn Herbert

    Founded in Perth in 1986, software developer Micromine has grown from a three-person operation to more than 235 staff globally, with offices in 18 of the world’s major mineral producing capitals. ...

    It’s not a boom, it’s just very strong growth

    It’s not a boom, it’s just very strong growth

    07 Dec 2011 by Carolyn Herbert

    WESTERN Australia’s relationship with China, infrastructure and a state sovereign wealth fund were among the big-picture topics addressed by Premier Colin Barnett at last week’s WA Business News Succe ...

    Coffee & alcohol sorted, bytes next

    Coffee & alcohol sorted, bytes next

    30 Nov 2011 by Carolyn Herbert

    Michael Cheang is sticking to the plan at Frisk Espresso, which transforms from a coffee shop by day into an intimate bar and lounge by night. Carolyn Herbert reports. ...

    Hawkers get back to business with Medic

    Hawkers get back to business with Medic

    30 Nov 2011 by Carolyn Herbert

    MEDIC Technology International directors Michael and Shirley Hawker are proof that it’s never too late to get involved in a new business venture. ...

    ‘Isolated business, must like people’...

    ‘Isolated business, must like people’...

    30 Nov 2011 by Carolyn Herbert

    LIBBY Wilcox and Jaques Tranquille have lived and breathed the roadhouse business 24 hours a day, seven days a week for many years. ...

    Big three sectors well ahead of the pack, accounting for nearly 400,000 workers

    Big three sectors well ahead of the pack, accounting for nearly 400,000 workers

    23 Nov 2011 by Carolyn Herbert

    Western Australia is riding high on the mining and resources boom but it’s the construction, retail and health sectors that are pulling the most workers. ...

    More than just money to motivate staff in competitive employment environment

    More than just money to motivate staff in competitive employment environment

    23 Nov 2011 by Carolyn Herbert

    Chantal Haskett says companies need to stop trying to compete with the resources sector by offering their staff more money. ...

    Multi-faceted strategy needed to manage skilled labour shortfall tipped for 2020

    Multi-faceted strategy needed to manage skilled labour shortfall tipped for 2020

    23 Nov 2011 by Carolyn Herbert

    The growing skills shortage is forcing more and more WA employers to look overseas to secure skilled workers. ...

    Rasheed foments Northbridge plans

    Rasheed foments Northbridge plans

    16 Nov 2011 by Carolyn Herbert

    Hospitality industry veteran Michael Rasheed hopes his new venture will bring a positive vibe back to Northbridge. ...

    BG&E balances local, international books

    BG&E balances local, international books

    16 Nov 2011 by Carolyn Herbert

    ENGINEERS Peter Bruechle, Norm Gilchrist and Ernie Evans formed BG&E in Perth, starting with just eight staff. ...

    Second bite for McGougan at Stirling

    Second bite for McGougan at Stirling

    16 Nov 2011 by Carolyn Herbert

    FOUR years after he sold nut and snack food distributor Stirling Foods, Barry McGougan has decided to take back the reins and bring the struggling business out of administration.  ...

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