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    Oversupply hits home

    PERTH’S residential property market is in a state of oversupply and in the midst of a price correction with industry experts warning the market has been overstimulated. ...
    Oversupply hits home

    Building, construction boost tipped for ’11

    WESTERN Australia’s construction and development sector is set for a change in fortune after a lacklustre 2010, according to new research by construction industry analysts Davis Langdon. ...
    Building, construction boost tipped for ’11

    Hutton boosts RNI stake before Doolgunna drill

    RESOURCES and Investment non-executive director John Hutton has significantly boosted his holdings in the Miles Kennedy-led copper explorer as investor interest builds over the copper-gold potential of the Doolgunna region. ...
    Hutton boosts RNI stake before Doolgunna drill

    Clients can count on service with Stiles

    MATT Stiles says he bought himself a job rather than a business when setting up Stiles Electrical Services 11 years ago, and since then has been on the path of growing his business beyond residential work. ...
    Clients can count on service with Stiles

    Finding funds to deliver dreams

    DISABILITY employment organisation Westcare Industries hosted its annual breakfast to celebrate International Day of People with a Disability this week. ...
    Finding funds to deliver dreams

    Dining down by the riverside

    Brent Pollard has started from the ground up to re-establish a Perth riverside dining icon. Emily Morgan reports. ...
    Dining down by the riverside

    Loving life on the shelf

    Kevin Gallagher is understandably optimistic about the future of the North West Shelf. ...
    Loving life on the shelf

    Time to remember the ‘first Australians’

    Before moving to recognise Aborigines in Australia’s Constitution it’s important to prove who the ‘first Australians’ were. ...
    Time to remember the ‘first Australians’

    WA could be more ‘business-friendly’

    The liability burden imposed on directors is hurting investment and jobs. ...
    WA could be more ‘business-friendly’

    On the move

    Three judges for Bell Group appealThe Supreme Court has been given additional resources to hear the biggest corporate litigation appeal in Australian history, with the appointment of three acting judg ...
    On the move

    Directors’ Interests

    Resources and Investment non-executive director John Hutton has spent $1.75 million to boost his stake in the copper explorer to 4.2 million shares. ...
    Directors’ Interests

    The Lighter Note

    Turn it up to 11Those who are sceptical about the long-promised development of Perth’s CBD waterfront should take heart from news that the Committee for Perth has latched onto the concept and ho ...
    The Lighter Note

    Top honour for Bruechle

    TIRED structural engineer Peter Bruechle has received the Master Builders Association’s top honour, the annual Robert Law Award.After developing his own practice in the 1960s, Mr Bruechle helped ...
    Top honour for Bruechle

    Appointments

    CBH appoints head of tradingCBH Grain has appointed Don Campbell as head of trading. Mr Campbell joins CBH from Gavilon in Brisbane where he was senior commodity trader. ...
    Appointments

    Comings and Goings

    Alchemy ResourcesJeff Moore has been appointed as a non-executive director.AlexiumNicholas Clark has been appointed chief financial officer and company secretary, replacing Nadine Donovan, who has acc ...
    Comings and Goings

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