Search

BNiQ Search

  • Place " " around your search terms for precision, e.g. "Sarah Smith".
    Otherwise, Sarah Smith will return every company, person or article with "Sarah" or "Smith".
  • Using AND or NOT between search terms will require or exclude term.
    For example: Sarah AND Smith returns everything with Sarah and Smith, whereas Sarah NOT Smith returns everything with Sarah but not Smith.
There are 463 results from our index of 102,527 articles, 10,132 companies and 38,248 people.

Search results

    Precious metal is a golden contributor to the Western Australian economy

    Precious metal is a golden contributor to the Western Australian economy

    30 Sep 2010 by Blake Wilshaw

    WA is having a gold renaissance, with exciting new areas in the far reaches of the state being opened up to exploration. ...

    Price and production key to gold

    Price and production key to gold

    30 Sep 2010 by Blake Wilshaw

    Few of the recent successes in the gold sector would be possible without a buoyant gold price to support them. ...

    IBM launches portable IT donga

    IBM launches portable IT donga

    30 Sep 2010 by John Phaceas

    THE ‘donga’ has long been ubiquitous at most Western Australian mine sites as a relatively cheap and effective form of on-site accommodation that can deployed rapidly and then re-used at the end of a project’s life. ...

    Offshore oil regulator powers to increase

    Offshore oil regulator powers to increase

    30 Sep 2010 by John Phaceas

    THE Federal government has agreed the powers of the National Offshore Petroleum Safety Authority need to be expanded significantly to avert any repeat of major incidents such as the Montara oil spill or Varanus Island gas explosion. ...

    Swarbrick & Swarbrick rock the business boat

    Swarbrick & Swarbrick rock the business boat

    30 Sep 2010 by Emily Morgan

    It is the enormous sculpture inspired by the story of Saint George slaying the dragon that catches your eye when driving past Perth’s newly renovated Saint George’s Cathedral. ...

    Understanding artistic impact

    Understanding artistic impact

    30 Sep 2010 by Emily Morgan

    Walking through the foyer of Central Park this week surrounded by Pilbara art, it is easy to get lost in the colour and not realise the impact exhibitions like Colours of Our Country have on the artists involved. ...

    Why western civilisation matters for business

    Why western civilisation matters for business

    30 Sep 2010 by Ron Manners

    The time has come to celebrate the achievements of businesses, not burden them with paperwork. ...

    How to use social media and actually get results

    How to use social media and actually get results

    30 Sep 2010 by Angie Spiteri

    In order to effectively use social media to generate sales, it pays to start at the end. ...

    High Aussie dollar changes the game

    High Aussie dollar changes the game

    30 Sep 2010 by Mark Beyer

    The rising value of the Australian dollar is a game changer for many businesses in the west. ...

    Alinta fate awaits Telstra as NBN looms

    Alinta fate awaits Telstra as NBN looms

    30 Sep 2010 by Tim Treadgold

    The protracted sell-off of Alinta may be a glimpse into the future for Telstra. ...

    Barnett on top at half-way mark

    Barnett on top at half-way mark

    30 Sep 2010 by Peter Kennedy

    Despite major hikes to household expenses, Colin Barnett’s first two years as premier of WA have put the government in a secure position. ...

    On the move

    On the move

    30 Sep 2010

    AHG chairman Branchi retiresRobert Branchi will retire from the board of Automotive Holdings Group on 19 November, to be replaced by former Macquarie Bank executive David Griffiths (pictured). ...

    Directors’ Interests

    Directors’ Interests

    30 Sep 2010

    Indo Mines non-executive director Keith Brooks took part in capital raising this week and joined the ranks of a ‘substantial holder’ in the company with a 6 per cent stake.Mr Brooks purcha ...

    The Lighter Note

    The Lighter Note

    30 Sep 2010

    For whom the bell tollsLife is a voyage of discovery, as The Note well knows, so we ought not be surprised by the twists and turns some careers take. ...

    Castelli Group backs wind farm project

    Castelli Group backs wind farm project

    30 Sep 2010

    Australia’s first community wind farm is to be built in Mount Barker, providing enough energy for the town when it is completed in February.Behind the venture is Advanced Energy Resources, a subsidiar ...

Pages

Business Development

Business Development

Find the people you need to contact and uncover business connections you didn’t know you had.

Business Analysis

Business Analysis

Find information on revenue, staff numbers, customers and more, even for private companies: exclusive to BNiQ.

Business Diligence

Business Diligence

Find information on mergers & acquisitions, directors’ interests, equity capital market deals, interests, shareholdings, and news.

Book of Lists Cover

BNiQ is the coalescence of WA business intelligence, bringing together news and statistics for a comprehensive view of the WA economy.

5,800 organisations and 15,000 business people are featured, linked to their relevant articles from our 14 year archive, with statistics ranging from contact details to directors interests and ASX movements. Request a BNiQ Demo

To learn about BNiQ, watch this webinar >>