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    Perth startup chasing clicks for funding

    Perth startup chasing clicks for funding

    09 Sep 2019 by Jessica Mascione

    Perth company OncoRes Medical is in the midst of an unusual fundraising campaign, the success of which is tied to the number of clicks on one of its videos on social media (click through to see the video). ...

    Education opportunities start with the state’s schools

    Education opportunities start with the state’s schools

    09 Sep 2019 by Jordan Murray

    Some of Western Australia’s top private schools are feeling the effects of the state’s ongoing economic malaise, recording a decline in enrolments in recent years. ...

    The not-so-great age divide

    The not-so-great age divide

    04 Sep 2019 by Gary Martin

    OPINION: School leaders and parents are increasingly questioning the way classrooms are organised. ...

    Spaces for flexible office growth

    Spaces for flexible office growth

    29 Aug 2019 by Dan Wilkie

    The opening of Spaces Wentworth at Charter Hall’s Raine Square is the latest in a series of growth initiatives in Perth’s flexible office market. ...

    Valmec shines, but Lycopodium falters

    Valmec shines, but Lycopodium falters

    28 Aug 2019 by Adrian Rauso

    Two local engineering services firms have reported contrasting full-year results today, with Valmec announcing record underlying earnings while profit at Lycopodium fell 9.8 per cent. ...

    Banks beware a currency revolution

    Banks beware a currency revolution

    21 Aug 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    Australia’s big four banks could be reduced to one within a decade, in an extreme scenario, as Western countries follow moves in China towards the mass adoption of social media-based payment systems, according to a New York University professor visiting Pe ...

    Partnership, not persecution

    Partnership, not persecution

    21 Aug 2019 by Gary Martin

    OPINION: Parents naturally want the best for their children, but increasingly forceful representations to, and demands of, teachers is a problem. ...

    Dockers to cast a wide net for Lyon, Rosich replacements

    Dockers to cast a wide net for Lyon, Rosich replacements

    20 Aug 2019 by Jordan Murray

    Fremantle Dockers' president Dale Alcock said the club will look widely to find a new coach and chief executive, following the departure of Ross Lyon and Steve Rosich earlier today. ...

    Java runs out of juice

    Java runs out of juice

    16 Aug 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    The Leederville-based business which owns the iconic Perth brand Java Juice has entered administration, with stores in Joondalup and Perth closing doors in recent weeks. ...

    Activists arrested in parliament showdown

    Activists arrested in parliament showdown

    15 Aug 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    Eight protesters were arrested at state parliament today as members of the Extinction Rebellion group took their climate change activism to the next level, with a sitting in the legislative assembly brought to a standstill. ...

    Industry to wear costs of Port Hedland buy-backs

    Industry to wear costs of Port Hedland buy-backs

    09 Aug 2019 by Dan Wilkie

    A buy-back scheme for Port Hedland property owners adversely affected by iron ore export-related dust is expected to be in place within the next six months, with the costs of the scheme to be borne by mining giants BHP, Fortescue Metals Group and Roy Hill ...

    ACCC takes HealthEngine to court

    ACCC takes HealthEngine to court

    08 Aug 2019 by Business News

    The ACCC has instituted federal court proceedings against HealthEngine, accusing the WA-based health service of misleading and deceptive conduct. ...

    Size matters when it comes to burnout

    Size matters when it comes to burnout

    07 Aug 2019 by Gary Martin

    OPINION: Determining the ideal classroom size is arguably the number one topic on the long list of thorny education issues to have divided policymakers, academics, school leaders, teachers, parents and even students over the past 50 years. ...

    Two coal units to close at Muja

    Two coal units to close at Muja

    05 Aug 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    The state government will shut two more generating units at the Muja coal power station, in October 2022 and October 2024, much earlier than scheduled. ...

    Tech Scene: ProFound

    Tech Scene: ProFound

    29 Jul 2019 by Adrian Rauso

    ProFound is an incubator aimed at helping neurodiverse entrepreneurs launch a digital product with a commercial market fit. ...

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