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    Carr ups stake in Carrick Gold

    Carr ups stake in Carrick Gold

    23 Jan 2007 by Colin Jacoby

    Founder and non-executive chairman of Carrick Gold Ltd Frank Carr has increased his direct interest in the company, snapping up 7.65 million shares for over $1.5 million through the exercise of options. ...

    WildHorse sets production forecasts

    WildHorse sets production forecasts

    23 Jan 2007 by Colin Jacoby

    West Perth-based uranium minnow WildHorse Energy Ltd has stated its intentions to be a future uranium producer, with the company looking to have its flagship projects in the United States online at the end of the decade. ...

    Prime pursues German plant

    Prime pursues German plant

    23 Jan 2007 by Colin Jacoby

    South Perth-based Prime Solar Pty Ltd is in the process of setting up a polysilicon manufacturing facility at Thalheim, Germany’s ‘solar valley’, to produce 7,000 metric tons of polysilicon a year. ...

    Storm no setback for Esperance port

    Storm no setback for Esperance port

    23 Jan 2007 by Colin Jacoby

    The storm that hit Esperance earlier this month has done little to halt trade from Esperance Port, which has recently set export records. ...

    WebSpy set to expand Middle East client base

    WebSpy set to expand Middle East client base

    18 Jan 2007 by Colin Jacoby

    West Perth-based developer of internet monitoring and management software WebSpy Ltd is set to expand its client-base after signing an agreement with the Middle East region's leading IT security solutions provider ComGuard. ...

    Wind, biofuels lead energy charge

    Wind, biofuels lead energy charge

    16 Jan 2007 by Colin Jacoby

    Concerns over the depletion of fossil fuels, climate change and air pollution have led to a heightened interest in renewable energy projects in Western Australia. ...

    State retains science commitment

    State retains science commitment

    16 Jan 2007 by Colin Jacoby

    With the realisation that Western Australia’s current resources boom will eventually come to an end, the state government has placed considerable emphasis on developing WA as a hub for innovation and industrial development. ...

    Live Technologies raises $750k

    Live Technologies raises $750k

    16 Jan 2007 by Colin Jacoby

    Winning Western Australian Inventor of the Year appears to be paying dividends for Live Technologies Ltd. ...

    Strategy shift needed to drive development

    Strategy shift needed to drive development

    16 Jan 2007 by Colin Jacoby

    Despite the high wealth levels currently being generated across a range of industries in Western Australia, many technology start-up firms are shutting up shop and looking elsewhere to secure funding. ...

    R&D grants provide energy boost

    R&D grants provide energy boost

    16 Jan 2007 by Colin Jacoby

    A host of Western Australian companies received almost $32 million in federal government AusIndustry Commercial Ready grants last year, representing around 19 per cent of total approvals nationwide. ...

    QRSciences secures UAE sale

    QRSciences secures UAE sale

    16 Jan 2007 by Colin Jacoby

    It has been a productive start to 2007 for Cannington-based security technology group QRSciences Ltd, which has announced the sale of its advanced technology systems to two overseas governments. ...

    Exporters look long term

    Exporters look long term

    16 Jan 2007 by Colin Jacoby

    The markets may keep a close watch on exchange rate fluctuations, and make investment decisions accordingly, but recent research shows most Australian exporters do not let exchange rate fluctuations affect their business plans. ...

    Caution urged amid record IPO high

    Caution urged amid record IPO high

    09 Jan 2007 by Colin Jacoby

    Float activity in Western Australia may have hit all-time highs last year, but analysts remain wary that quantity doesn’t always mean quality. ...

    Non-resource IPOs find the going tough

    Non-resource IPOs find the going tough

    09 Jan 2007 by Colin Jacoby

    While it has been a rosy year for those uranium and iron ore explorers that dominated the top spots for floats in 2006, the same could not be said for some of our smaller, non-resource IPOs, which ended the year at the other end of the spectrum. ...

    Seasonal cheer for directors

    Seasonal cheer for directors

    09 Jan 2007 by Colin Jacoby

    Several Western Australian-based company directors significantly increased their company share holdings in the lead-up to Christmas last year, highlighting the wealth generated by the current boom. ...

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