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    WA Ballet settles into new home

    WA Ballet settles into new home

    26 Sep 2012 by Emily Morgan

    THE West Australian Ballet has settled into its new $13 million home in Maylands, the restored and refurbished former WA Royal Institute and Industrial School for the Blind building. ...

    Giving Green aims to guide cultural change

    Giving Green aims to guide cultural change

    26 Sep 2012 by Emily Morgan

    LEADING philanthropist Martin Copley believes environmental causes receive a low level of private support in Western Australia because of a perception that conservation is the domain of government. ...

    Using arts to make WA inclusive

    Using arts to make WA inclusive

    19 Sep 2012 by Emily Morgan

    Fremantle-based KULCHA Multicultural Arts of Western Australia is on a mission to use the arts as a catalyst to make WA more culturally inclusive as skilled migration to the state grows and its cultur ...

    GP works with Ngarda for indigenous health

    GP works with Ngarda for indigenous health

    19 Sep 2012 by Emily Morgan

    General practitioner Alanna Sandell has launched her medical practice at indigenous contractor Ngarda’s Belmont headquarters and aims to help improve the health of the wider communities the group oper ...

    Arts groups to merge

    Arts groups to merge

    19 Sep 2012 by Emily Morgan

    Two of Australia’s pre-eminent arts support organisations, Australia Business Arts Foundation and Artsupport Australia, will merge from July next year. ...

    Hills group rises to the challenge

    Hills group rises to the challenge

    12 Sep 2012 by Emily Morgan

    HAVING operated for three decades providing a range of community support services, Rise hopes a recent rebrand and planned expansion will increase its profile across the state. ...

    Funding for social enterprise

    Funding for social enterprise

    05 Sep 2012 by Emily Morgan

    IMPROVING internet access for the vision impaired, building support for Aboriginal businesses, and a bike recycling project with corporate connections are among the first group of initiatives to be su ...

    Companies go to school

    Companies go to school

    05 Sep 2012 by Emily Morgan

    Chevron Australia and Leighton Contractors have both launched education programs aimed at attracting school students into a career in the companies’ sectors. ...

    Project banks on hunger for leadership change

    Project banks on hunger for leadership change

    05 Sep 2012 by Emily Morgan

    A COLLABORATION between Commonwealth Bank, management consultancy McKinsey & Company, and international not-for-profit organisation The Hunger Project has developed a unique leadership program tha ...

    Resources-arts partnerships scoop AbaF awards

    Resources-arts partnerships scoop AbaF awards

    05 Sep 2012 by Emily Morgan

    A PARTNERSHIP between Woodside and national arts organisation Big hART, which delivered an arts program to youth in Roebourne, was among the winners at this year’s Australia Business Arts Foundation’s ...

    Crowdfunding builds arts support

    Crowdfunding builds arts support

    29 Aug 2012 by Emily Morgan

    WHAT do US President Barack Obama, ScreenWest and the West Australian Youth Theatre Company have in common? ...

    McCuskers giving lessons in leadership

    McCuskers giving lessons in leadership

    29 Aug 2012 by Emily Morgan

    One year into Malcolm McCusker’s three-year term as governor of Western Australia, he and his wife, Tonya, continue to drive the state’s philanthropic agenda. ...

    Porter eyes his federal chance for fight on GST

    Porter eyes his federal chance for fight on GST

    29 Aug 2012 by Emily Morgan

    When Christian Porter announced in June he would step down from his roles as Western Australian treasurer and attorney-general to pursue a career in federal politics, his motivations were clear, but t ...

    Aboriginal contractor association rebuilds

    Aboriginal contractor association rebuilds

    29 Aug 2012 by Emily Morgan

    THE Pilbara Aboriginal Contractors Association has had its operations on hold for the past three months, after its chief executive stepped down and left the organisation to reassess its board structur ...

    Publican buys Wolfe Lane

    Publican buys Wolfe Lane

    29 Aug 2012 by Emily Morgan

    THE Publican Group has bought inner-city bar Wolfe Lane, adding to its group of licensed venues that includes The George and The Aviary in the city, and The Burnleigh in Nedlands. ...

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