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    Brainytoys calls in administrators

    Brainytoys calls in administrators

    02 Dec 2009 by Rebecca Lawson

    Brainytoys has called in Bryan Hughes of Pitcher Partners as administrator to the company, ending more than a year of uncertainty surrounding the Perth toy company. ...

    ASIC funding for Kleenmaid probe

    ASIC funding for Kleenmaid probe

    01 Oct 2009 by Rebecca Lawson

    THE corporate watchdog has agreed to fund an investigation into the collapse of failed white goods business Kleenmaid that could pave the way for criminal charges to be laid against the company's directors. ...

    Murchison, Chameleon set for round two

    Murchison, Chameleon set for round two

    28 Sep 2009 by Rebecca Lawson

    The second legal showdown between Murchison Metals and Chameleon Mining is due to start tomorrow over key Mid West iron ore tenements valued at up to $1.5 billion. ...

    ASIC settles second Westpoint action

    ASIC settles second Westpoint action

    14 Sep 2009 by Rebecca Lawson

    The corporate regulator has agreed to settle a class action against Professional Investment Services relating to financial advice it gave to clients over the failed Westpoint Group. ...

    UWA loses $75m Gray appeal

    UWA loses $75m Gray appeal

    03 Sep 2009 by Rebecca Lawson

    Former University of Western Australia researcher Dr Bruce Gray will be able to keep his $75 million stake in Sirtex Medical after the Federal Court today dismissed the university's appeal over ownership of the biotech's intellectual property. ...

    Gene Tilbrook appointed NBN director

    Gene Tilbrook appointed NBN director

    06 Aug 2009 by Rebecca Lawson

    Former Wesfarmers finance director Gene Tilbrook has today been appointed as one of five new directors to the board of NBN Co Limited, the company established to deliver the $43 billion national broadband network. ...

    Strike surges on legal settlement

    Strike surges on legal settlement

    27 Jul 2009 by Rebecca Lawson

    Shares in Perth-based Strike Resources have surged after it reached a settlement deal with its Peru partners, which wipes a $US24.25 million ($A29.5 million) liability from its balance sheet. ...

    Dioro rejects Avoca's sweetened offer

    Dioro rejects Avoca's sweetened offer

    15 Jul 2009 by Rebecca Lawson

    Dioro Exploration has urged shareholders to reject a sweetened takeover offer from Avoca Resources, adding it had entered into confidential negotiations with third parties. ...

    DPP Robert Cock to step down

    DPP Robert Cock to step down

    13 Jul 2009 by Rebecca Lawson

    Director of Public Prosecutions Robert Cock will step aside from his position and take a new role as special counsel to the government. ...

    Avoca's Dioro offer now unconditional

    Avoca's Dioro offer now unconditional

    13 Jul 2009 by Rebecca Lawson

    Avoca Resources says it is surprised that target Dioro Exploration has not provided a recommendation to its takeover bid as it today declared the offer unconditional. ...

    Round two for Murchison, Chameleon

    Round two for Murchison, Chameleon

    06 Jul 2009 by Rebecca Lawson

    Another legal showdown is looming between Murchison Metals and Sydney-based Chameleon Mining, which is claiming it is entitled to half of the the iron ore miner's Jack Hills tenements, valued at $1.5 billion. ...

    Cape Lambert completes CopperCo purchase

    Cape Lambert completes CopperCo purchase

    29 Jun 2009 by Rebecca Lawson

    A corporate restructure of CopperCo has saved Cape Lambert Iron Ore from launching takeover bids for several of the collapsed company's listed investments. ...

    Avoca hits back at Dioro valuation

    Avoca hits back at Dioro valuation

    29 May 2009 by Rebecca Lawson

    Avoca Resources has hit back at KPMG's high valuation of takeover target Dioro Exploration's share price, saying it does not reflect market value. ...

    State, Leighton settle rail line dispute

    State, Leighton settle rail line dispute

    29 May 2009 by Rebecca Lawson

    The state government has settled outstanding costs over the Perth to Mandurah rail line at a substantially lower amount than what contractors had sought. ...

    Extract bombarded with director requests

    Extract bombarded with director requests

    27 May 2009 by Rebecca Lawson

    Extract Resources is seeking legal advice after shareholder Kalahari Minerals again requested the removal of a director while Rio Tinto and Polo Resources indicate their intention to add board representatives. ...

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