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    VET funding model flawed – Murphy

    VET funding model flawed – Murphy

    19 Nov 2008 by Anna Moreau

    There has been a significant decline in student enrolment and completion of institutional-based training courses, with only 16 per cent of IBT students completing their courses in 2007, according to an auditor general report. ...

    Slowdown fails to dent demand for skilled labour

    Slowdown fails to dent demand for skilled labour

    12 Nov 2008 by Anna Moreau

    SOME of the Western Australia's top companies have cut or redeployed staff in recent weeks. ...

    Labour shortage, wages key pressures

    Labour shortage, wages key pressures

    22 Oct 2008 by Anna Moreau

    LABOUR market pressures remain high in the Western Australian economy, with the skills shortage continuing to hit hard and the wage price index running ahead of the rest of the country. ...

    Debtor financiers see opportunities

    Debtor financiers see opportunities

    08 Oct 2008 by Anna Moreau

    A TIGHTENING credit market provided the perfect opportunity for UK-based debtor finance specialist Bibby Financial Services to enter the Western Australian market, opening a Perth office this week. ...

    Crunch threat to Great Southern plan

    Crunch threat to Great Southern plan

    24 Sep 2008 by Anna Moreau

    Perth-based agricultural investment manager Great Southern Ltd may go back to the drawing board on its $438 million restructuring plans after the market meltdown slashed its share price. ...

    The brewer that changed a culture

    The brewer that changed a culture

    17 Sep 2008 by Anna Moreau

    PHIL Sexton, the co-founder of Matilda Bay Brewing Co, Dome Coffees, and Little Creatures, believes there are three key elements to staff training in hospitality. ...

    Tate's grape expectations

    Tate's grape expectations

    10 Sep 2008 by Anna Moreau

    FORMER executive chairman of the failed winemaker Evans & Tate, Franklin Tate, questioned continuing his career in the wine business when he stopped running the company in 2005. ...

    Culture corner-Sonja Basic General manager of Propelarts

    Culture corner-Sonja Basic General manager of Propelarts

    10 Sep 2008 by Anna Moreau

    WABN: Describe a day at work.WABN: Describe a day at work. SB: "My day starts at 8.30 with clearing the email trail, continues with writing reports, budgets or funding applications, meeting with young artists, arts workers or government/corporate heads a ...

    Growth in arts partnerships

    Growth in arts partnerships

    03 Sep 2008 by Anna Moreau

    The number of industry sectors involved in arts partnerships grew during the past year, with eight joint ventures across mining, banking and professional services acknowledged at the Australia Business Arts Foundation Awards in WA this week. ...

    Microbrewers plan as market shifts

    Microbrewers plan as market shifts

    27 Aug 2008 by Anna Moreau

    The recent decision by two of Western Australia's microbrewers to sell up could present growth opportunities for the industry's remaining players, according to Gage Roads CEO Nick Hayler. ...

    Curtin account to The Brand Agency

    Curtin account to The Brand Agency

    13 Aug 2008 by Anna Moreau

    The Brand Agency is likely to take over Curtin University of Technology's advertising account, which has been managed by Gatecrasher for the past five years. ...

    Sector planning for the long haul

    Sector planning for the long haul

    30 Jul 2008 by Anna Moreau

    When prominent Perth accountant Frank Cooper was asked to join the WA Opera board, his initial reaction was: "The fat lady with horns? Not my cup of tea". ...

    Ensuring relevance beyond the boom

    Ensuring relevance beyond the boom

    30 Jul 2008 by Anna Moreau

    Ensuring the ongoing strength of the arts sector in Western Australia beyond the boom will only be achieved by building relevance of the arts in the community, according to participants at the WA Business News forum. ...

    A reputation for strong partnerships

    A reputation for strong partnerships

    30 Jul 2008 by Anna Moreau

    The value art sponsorship can bring to the commercial sector is often underestimated by the broader business community. ...

    Premier role for the arts

    Premier role for the arts

    30 Jul 2008 by Anna Moreau

    The important role of leadership in boosting the arts was strongly voiced at the boardroom forum, with some participants calling for the premier to take on the portfolio. ...

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