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    Training numbers fall sharply in WA

    Training numbers fall sharply in WA

    07 Jun 2019 by Adrian Rauso

    The number of apprentices and trainees in Western Australia fell by 10.7 per cent last year, adding to a three-year slide, with conditions set to deteriorate further after a fall in commencements, according to data from the National Centre for Vocational E ...

    GO2 plans $8.4m acquisition

    GO2 plans $8.4m acquisition

    23 Apr 2019 by Business News

    The GO2 People has entered into a share purchase agreement to acquire a Gold Coast-based training provider for up to around $8.4 million, and is seeking to raise up $4 million via a share placement to help fund the purchase. ...

    WA secures $126m for training

    WA secures $126m for training

    05 Oct 2018 by Tayler Neale

    The state government has signed up for the Commonwealth’s vocational training fund, which will provide up to $126 million in matched funding for a planned incentive scheme to boost apprenticeships and traineeships. ...

    Kalaf set to join APM

    Kalaf set to join APM

    01 Aug 2018 by Tayler Neale

    New APM chief executive Michael Anghie has bolstered his team by recruiting Youth Focus chief executive Fiona Kalaf to take a newly created role with the human services company. ...

    Cancer research boost

    Cancer research boost

    08 Apr 2016 by Mark Pownall

    Perth-based law firm Jackson McDonald has honoured a former partner by funding an emerging cancer researcher as part of a record $4 million in grants announced by the Cancer Council WA today. ...

    Architects go back to school

    Architects go back to school

    18 May 2015 by Saskia Pickles

    WA architects who visit schools on a voluntary basis are incorporating lessons learned when designing new education facilities. ...

    Gray in new legal battles

    Gray in new legal battles

    08 Oct 2009

    THE legal imbroglio surrounding former University of Western Australia researcher and Sirtex Medical founder Bruce Gray has deepened. ...

    UWA takes Gray/Sirtex case to High Court

    UWA takes Gray/Sirtex case to High Court

    01 Oct 2009 by Mark Beyer

    The University of Western Australia has taken its long-running legal dispute with Dr Bruce Gray, a former staff member and founder of profitable biotechnology company Sirtex Medical, to the High Court. ...

    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. ...

    Sirtex seeks injunction against Gray

    Sirtex seeks injunction against Gray

    22 Aug 2008 by Rebecca Lawson

    Liver cancer treatment company Sirtex Medical Ltd has applied for an injunction against former chairman Bruce Gray to stop him from competing with the firm after he backed down from an earlier commitment. ...

    Scientists have a say

    Scientists have a say

    11 Jun 2008 by Mark Beyer

    Outside of government and business, there is a wide array of people in science, media, the law and other professions who are highly influential in Western Australia. ...

    UWA to appeal Sirtex decision

    UWA to appeal Sirtex decision

    08 May 2008 by Staff Reporters

    The University of Western Australia will appeal against a Federal Court decision which ruled in favour of intellectual property claims by its former employee Dr Bruce Gray, founder of Sirtex Medical Ltd. ...

    New appointments to strenghten CCC

    New appointments to strenghten CCC

    29 Apr 2008 by Edited announcement

    Two senior Western Australian barrister, Gail Archer SC and Ken Martin QC have been appointed to strengthen the functions of the Corruption and Crime Commission and its overseeing body, the Parliamentary Inspector. ...

    UWA loses IP battle against Gray, Sirtex

    UWA loses IP battle against Gray, Sirtex

    17 Apr 2008 by Rebecca Lawson

    The University of Western Australia has lost a Federal Court battle over the ownership of intellectual property held by its former employee Dr Bruce Gray and the company he founded, Sirtex Medical Ltd. ...

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