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    Portacom keeping mobile

    Portacom keeping mobile

    23 Nov 2004 by Alison Birrane

    Twenty-one years is a long time in information technology, so it’s fair to say that mobile computing specialist Portacom is a veteran of the sector. ...

    China deal for QRSciences

    China deal for QRSciences

    23 Nov 2004 by Alison Birrane

    Listed technology firm QRSciences has secured a deal with the Chinese Institute of Atomic Energy (CIAE) to develop a security screening system for the 2008 Beijing Olympics. ...

    Shared services questioned

    Shared services questioned

    09 Nov 2004 by Alison Birrane

    The announcement of preferred tenderers for the Western Australian government’s 10-year, $80 million shared service centres has created ructions within the local information and communications technology industry. ...

    Failed DBNGP compressor highlights expansion need

    Failed DBNGP compressor highlights expansion need

    09 Nov 2004 by Alison Birrane

    A recent compressor failure on the Dampier to Bunbury Natural Gas Pipeline has highlighted the important contribution to the gas supply in the South West of developments driven by junior players such as ARC Energy. ...

    CommodiTel in pre-paid deal

    CommodiTel in pre-paid deal

    09 Nov 2004 by Alison Birrane

    Listed firm CommodiTel has launched the first of its retailer-branded services in the pre-paid mobile sector in a deal with 7-Eleven.This is the first major deal for the company’s pre-paid model in Au ...

    Special Report- Growth spurt stretches Dongara

    Special Report- Growth spurt stretches Dongara

    02 Nov 2004 by Alison Birrane

    The seaside towns of Dongara and Port Denison are booming. But developments in the oil and gas industry and an influx of new residents are putting pressure on local amenities, as Alison Birrane reports. ...

    eBooks makes a smart phone deal

    eBooks makes a smart phone deal

    02 Nov 2004 by Alison Birrane

    Digital literature firm eBooks Corporation has signed a major five-year distribution deal with Nokia Finland.  Estimated to be worth in the millions of dollars, the deal means eBooks will supply a ran ...

    Industry cooperation grows

    Industry cooperation grows

    02 Nov 2004 by Alison Birrane

    The rock lobster industry in Dongara-Denison is one of the world’s few sustainable ‘wild’ fisheries. ...

    Explorers ready to boost activity

    Explorers ready to boost activity

    02 Nov 2004 by Alison Birrane

    The latest quarterly reports from the oil and gas players with stakes in the highly prospective Perth Basin indicate strengthening prospects on the back of a rising oil price and planned joint venture activity. ...

    Demand for land signals sustained growth period

    Demand for land signals sustained growth period

    02 Nov 2004 by Alison Birrane

    Property prices in Dongara and Port Denison have risen significantly during the past 12 months as increasing numbers of retirees, and those in search of a sea change lifestyle, add to the towns’ already thriving industry and business sectors. ...

    River spill highlights green concerns

    River spill highlights green concerns

    26 Oct 2004 by Alison Birrane

    As greater accountability is demanded of business, so-called ‘triple-bottom-line’ reporting is become the norm. But are ‘green’, or sustainable, business practices delivering tangible benefits? Alison Birrane and Marsha Jacobs report. ...

    LNGLTD makes African inroads

    LNGLTD makes African inroads

    26 Oct 2004 by Alison Birrane

    Recently-listed Liquid Natural Gas Limited has announced that it has signed the latest in a string of LNG deals, this time for the supply of LNG from Tanzania to an unnamed South African company. ...

    QR Sciences ready to travel

    QR Sciences ready to travel

    19 Oct 2004 by Alison Birrane

    Listed technology firm QR Sciences’ star has continued to rise on the back of several positive announcements. ...

    Optus wins mobile base station deal

    Optus wins mobile base station deal

    19 Oct 2004 by Alison Birrane

    Optus has secured a multi-million dollar deal with the State Government to provide telecommunications services across Western Australia. ...

    Tapping in to oil sentiment

    Tapping in to oil sentiment

    19 Oct 2004 by Alison Birrane

    Tap Oil has outlined plans to participate in up to 25 wells in Australia and New Zealand during the next year, targeting total reserves of up to 100 million barrels of oil equivalent.While the company ...

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