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    It’s a bit early to be giving the game away

    Those suggesting we’ve entered a new era in Australian politics seem to be forgetting the strengths inherent in the current system. ...
    It’s a bit early to be giving the game away

    Industry needs more than mines

    Surging resources sector investment is great for WA, but local industry could be doing better. ...
    Industry needs more than mines

    Investors gamble on election outcome

    It’s not just the online bookies who have seen their clients gamble on a Coalition win in the drawn out federal election, the Australian stock market seems to taking the same punt. ...
    Investors gamble on election outcome

    Telcos alliance weigh into NBN debate

    Seven telcos have joined forces and proposed a new national broadband plan which broadly corresponds with the Coalition's policy. ...
    Telcos alliance weigh into NBN debate

    SA knew mining tax meant "big trouble"

    South Africa's government knew its Australian counterpart was headed for trouble when the controversial mining super profits tax was announced in May, the nation's mines minister said today. ...
    SA knew mining tax meant "big trouble"

    Chameleon confident of removing receiver

    Chameleon Mining is hoping to emerge from receivership, expressing confidence it can settle its debts with Singapore-based International Litigation Partners following a Supreme Court ruling. ...
    Chameleon confident of removing receiver

    ANZ best for small business: Canstar

    Canstar Cannex has named ANZ Bank as the financial institution offering the best value to small business in 2010. ...
    ANZ best for small business: Canstar

    Tourism WA unveils plan to lift events

    The state government has announced new initiatives it hopes will boost tourism in Western Australia including an airline agreement, a nature-based safari camp and an updated events calendar, but has refused to divulge how much it will cost. ...
    Tourism WA unveils plan to lift events

    Former Fosters president joins ASG

    Former Fosters Group president and chief executive officer Trevor O'Hoy has joined the board of IT services provider ASG Group. ...
    Former Fosters president joins ASG

    Preparations for further land release

    The state government says it will be asking for expressions of interest from developers interested in partnering it to develop land at Eglinton, in Perth's northern suburbs. ...
    Preparations for further land release

    Analysis: economic optimism or pessimism

    The stock markets of the world have been in decline for the past month as investors fret about a double dip recession, while the official data says global recovery is underway. ...
    Analysis: economic optimism or pessimism

    Little World Beverages looks to east

    Little World Beverages is looking to expand its operations in the eastern states. ...
    Little World Beverages looks to east

    Coote records $124.6m FY10 loss

    Coote Industrial has posted a $124.6 million net loss after tax for the 2010 financial year, after incurring $118.9 million worth of impairments, writedowns and losses on the sale of assets. ...
    Coote records $124.6m FY10 loss

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