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    Perth lawyer to be struck off

    Nicholas Oud has been removed from the roll of legal practitioners, after the Supreme Court of Western Australia upheld an earlier decision by the Legal Profession Complaints Committee. ...
    Perth lawyer to be struck off

    Visa rules disadvantage WA business

    Business leaders from sectors as diverse as education and manufacturing say temporary migration visa policies are holding WA back. ...
    Visa rules disadvantage WA business

    Supreme Court upholds lawyer’s removal

    Ronald Bower, the former sole principal of Perth-based Corser & Corser Lawyers, has been removed from the roll of legal practitioners, after the Supreme Court of Western Australia upheld the Legal Profession Complaints Committee’s decision. ...
    Supreme Court upholds lawyer’s removal

    Tana named EY Champion

    EY has named Nick Tana as its Champion of Entrepreneurship at the 2019 Entrepreneur of the Year Western Region awards, while Jim Fitzgerald, Iris Smit and Daniel Morrison were among the seven other winners in Western Australia. ...
    Tana named EY Champion

    Freo commerce chamber slams media report

    The Fremantle Chamber of Commerce has hit back at an article in The West Australian which cast doubt on Fremantle’s economic growth potential. ...
    Freo commerce chamber slams media report

    Private M&A boosts deals flow

    The end of the financial year has triggered the sale of a spate of long-running private companies in Western Australia, including global tech leader Immersive Technologies, mining consultancy CSA Global and Action Industrial Catering. ...
    Private M&A boosts deals flow

    ERM acquires CSA Global

    International consulting group ERM has acquired West Perth-based mining consultancy CSA Global for an undisclosed amount. ...
    ERM acquires CSA Global

    BN30 shows shares slow in the west

    Western Australia’s listed companies have trailed the broader market in the past year, with the Business News BN30 index rising 5.2 per cent as the ASX 200 lifted 7.2 per cent. ...
    BN30 shows shares slow in the west

    Horne, Walker depart Macmahon

    Macmahon Holdings non-executive director Kim Horne and non-executive chairman Jim Walker have both resigned from the board. ...
    Horne, Walker depart Macmahon

    Perth as appealing as Melbourne and Sydney: report

    Perth’s inferiority complex is holding it back from potential growth and development, as it is viewed to be as appealing as Australia’s largest cities, a new report has found. ...
    Perth as appealing as Melbourne and Sydney: report

    Borrello bought by national law firm

    Thomson Geer has become the latest in a string of east coast law firms to enter the Western Australian market, acquiring LSV Borrello 10 years after the local firm was established. ...
    Borrello bought by national law firm

    WA Maritime Museum wins Freo award

    The WA Maritime Museum, The Raw Kitchen, and small bar Percy Flint were among the winners at the Fremantle Chamber of Commerce's annual awards night this past Friday, in a competition described by judges as one of the most tightly fought in years. ...
    WA Maritime Museum wins Freo award

    Queen’s Birthday honours for prominent WA leaders

    Nicola Forrest, Sue Murphy, Neville Owen, and Diane Smith-Gander have been recognised for their service at this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours, along with business executives including Anthony Kiernan, Greg Wall and Graeme Wallis. ...
     Queen’s Birthday honours for prominent WA leaders

    Training numbers fall sharply in WA

    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 ...
    Training numbers fall sharply in WA

    Next gen takes reins at listed companies

    A small number of ASX-listed Perth companies are following the example of Rupert Murdoch and Kerry Stokes, with second-generation family members taking over. ...
    Next gen takes reins at listed companies

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