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    Curtin medical school proposal faces clinical test

    WANTING to train more doctors might seem like a noble pursuit, but Curtin University’s $110 million plan to start a medical school is meeting high level resistance at the core of the profession. ...
    Curtin medical school proposal faces clinical test

    HIGH IMPACT

    Footballer, chaplain, CEO and chairman. Neale Fong’s celebrity status may have waned, but he’s still flat out. ...
    HIGH IMPACT

    Revisiting the lessons from the past

    Why do we continue to ignore the past? Each generation believes things are different this time around. ...
    Revisiting the lessons from the past

    Climate change debate hots up

    BHP Billiton chief executive Marius Kloppers has stirred debate with his forthright advocacy of action on climate change. ...
    Climate change debate hots up

    Ammtec records $7.2m FY10 profit

    Perth-based metallurgical testing specialist Ammtec, which has agreed to a conditional takeover by Campbell Brothers, has recorded a $7.2 million after tax profit for the 2010 financial year. ...
    Ammtec records $7.2m FY10 profit

    Report recommends Muresk expansion

    A report by former deputy premier Hendy Cowan on the future of Muresk education institution has recommended the facility is expanded to include TAFE. ...
    Report recommends Muresk expansion

    Talga Gold starts maiden drilling

    Talga Gold has started drilling at its flagship high grade Talga Talga project east of Port Hedland. ...
    Talga Gold starts maiden drilling

    Paynes Find opens $8m IPO

    Paynes Find Gold has opened its $8 million initial public offering ahead of commencing a targeted drilling program in an effort to fast track the company's mine development and production. ...
    Paynes Find opens $8m IPO

    Two WA farmers take out national awards

    Two West Australian farmers from vastly different parts of the state have taken out the top honours at the inaugural Australian Farmer of the Year Awards. ...
    Two WA farmers take out national awards

    Galaxy completes $US105m loan drawdown

    Lithium producer Galaxy Resources has announced its project loan facility has been fully drawn. ...
    Galaxy completes $US105m loan drawdown

    Signature plans $13.4m capital raising

    Signature Metals hopes to raise $13.4 million through a rights issue and a placement to accelerate the exploration and development of its Konongo Gold Project in Ghana. ...
    Signature plans $13.4m capital raising

    Barnett Government still tops: Newspoll

    Support for the WA Labor Party has dropped to 43 per cent on a two party preferred basis according to the latest Newspoll, while support for the Coalition is at its highest level since March last year. ...
    Barnett Government still tops: Newspoll

    Downer EDI wins $120m Karara contract

    Gindalbie Metals has awarded a $120 million contract for the key power transmission line at its Karara Iron Ore Project to Downer EDI. ...
    Downer EDI wins $120m Karara contract

    IMF launches $50m ANZ class action

    Litigation funder IMF Australia has lodged a class action against ANZ Bank on behalf of 27,000 of the bank's customers. ...
    IMF launches $50m ANZ class action

    WA Industry Awards finalists announced

    A diverse range of sectors and industries have been recognised in the list of finalists for the 2010 Western Australian Industry and Export Awards. ...
    WA Industry Awards finalists announced

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