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    Retail downturn more perfect storm than rent recalcitrance

    Retail downturn more perfect storm than rent recalcitrance

    11 Sep 2019 by Dan Wilkie

    SPECIAL REPORT: Landlords unwilling to budge on rents have been blamed for exacerbating Perth’s retail downturn, but leading leasing agents say the sector’s problems are substantially more complicated than the cost of tenancies. ...

    Shopping centres meet the market

    Shopping centres meet the market

    09 Sep 2019 by Dan Wilkie

    The $270 million redevelopment of Fremantle’s Kings Square is indicative of the experiential emphasis retail property owners are embracing across the city. ...

    Perth in top 20 most liveable cities

    Perth in top 20 most liveable cities

    04 Sep 2019 by Jessica Mascione

    Perth has continued to be ranked as one of the world's most liveable cities but sits below Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide because of the poor rating for its culture and environment. ...

    Gas, batteries firm as coal exits

    Gas, batteries firm as coal exits

    02 Sep 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    SPECIAL REPORT: Gas peaking generation and utility scale batteries will become increasingly valuable in WA as coal power units are retired and new wind farms come online. ...

    Retail, hospitality hit by rents, slow spending

    Retail, hospitality hit by rents, slow spending

    28 Aug 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    The rate of business failures in hospitality and retail during the past year should be ringing alarm bells for decision makers. ...

    Reward for effort despite looming franchise regs

    Reward for effort despite looming franchise regs

    26 Aug 2019 by Madeleine Stephens

    The franchise sector is regularly under review, yet it has been a successful pathway for many small business owners. ...

    Unions ready for offshore fight

    Unions ready for offshore fight

    12 Aug 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    SPECIAL REPORT: An alliance between two big unions will put pressure on oil and gas contractors at a time when many enterprise agreements reach their expiry and a big projects are set to get under way. ...

    Domgas needs big developments

    Domgas needs big developments

    12 Aug 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    SPECIAL REPORT: Four prospective domestic gas projects will be key to ensuring adequate supply in WA in the next decade, despite new facilities recently starting up. ...

    Green impact facing major projects

    Green impact facing major projects

    12 Aug 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    SPECIAL REPORT: Business News spoke to green advocates to explore how the petroleum industry might find common cause with the environmental movement, as pressure builds on billions of dollars of projects. ...

    Building connections to enable disruption

    Building connections to enable disruption

    30 Jul 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    Western Australia in 2029 will be dramatically different from today. ...

    Perkins, Green lead modern disruptors

    Perkins, Green lead modern disruptors

    30 Jul 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    Before the business she co-founded attained its $1billion ‘unicorn’ valuation, Melanie Perkins hit a point where she thought she had failed her co-founders. ...

    Blue sky opportunities

    Blue sky opportunities

    30 Jul 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    In the dunes of the state’s South West, on the mine sites of the red north, or in remote villages around the world, drones are unlocking opportunities. ...

    Disruption in motion

    Disruption in motion

    30 Jul 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    Three big changes in the transport industry will revolutionise how Western Australians move around in decades to come. ...

    Seven WA disruptions, then and now

    Seven WA disruptions, then and now

    30 Jul 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    We share seven of the many stories of WA ingenuity and entrepreneurship to have had an impact during the past five decades. ...

    Economics, environment weigh on Westport

    Economics, environment weigh on Westport

    29 Jul 2019 by Dan Wilkie

    A key component of WA’s future economic growth lies in the hands of the agency tasked with determining the best location for imports and exports. ...

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