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    Polaris, MinRes stock make significant gains

    IN terms of shareholder gains, Polaris Metals stakeholders will be content with how the past 12 months unfolded. ...
    Polaris, MinRes stock make significant gains

    Big wins for small players

    THE Nullagine joint venture between BC Iron and Fortescue Metals Group raised initial concerns as the former agreed to exchange half of the mine for use of the latter's rail line, port-handling and ship-loading facilities. ...
    Big wins for small players

    Tough conditions result in 11th-hour deals

    WHEN Tasmanian forestry products heavyweight Gunns missed out on securing the assets of defunct agribusiness company Timbercorp, those vying for assets of another failed timber company knew they were in trouble. ...
    Tough conditions result in 11th-hour deals

    Hospital, schools dominate commercial property deals

    HOMES in Mosman Park attract prices of $5,000 to $7,000 per square metre, depending on their proximity to the water. ...
    Hospital, schools dominate commercial property deals

    Record payouts, failed prosecutions

    THE corporate watchdog was left to lick its wounds late last year after suffering three failed trials in just over a month. ...
    Record payouts, failed prosecutions

    Bounce-back leads to cautious optimism for year ahead

    THE number of capital raisings undertaken in calendar 2009 was unexpected in light of the global turmoil of the previous year, however questions loom over the sustainability for 2010. ...
    Bounce-back leads to cautious optimism for year ahead

    Positive end to ’09 raisings

    AFTER a very quiet start to the year, the state’s primary capital market gathered pace towards the end of 2009 amid signs of growing investor confidence, especially for new resource projects. ...
    Positive end to ’09 raisings

    Homes outlook strong: REIWA

    WESTERN Australia’s residential property sector will experience a period of modest growth in 2010, but despite a shortfall between construction starts and underlying demand, industry groups are not expecting a return to boom conditions. ...
    Homes outlook strong: REIWA

    WA architects making global impact

    INTERNATIONAL architecture studio Woods Bagot has credited a year of global success to the international opportunities taken by its Western Australian architects. ...
    WA architects making global impact

    New guidelines for inner-city

    PLANNING Minister John Day has released new inner-city development guidelines that will shape the city’s major projects, including the Northbridge Link and the Riverside developments. ...
    New guidelines for inner-city

    From disaster to blessing for Sassy Divas

    IF there is one lesson Carrie Trigwell has learned in her five years as a small business owner, it’s to not keep all your eggs in one basket. ...
    From disaster to blessing for Sassy Divas

    Glass-half-full outlook for NFPs

    MANY local businesses struggled to manage last year’s downturn and the not-for-profit sector was not immune to the economic challenges. ...
    Glass-half-full outlook for NFPs

    Focus on family ties at Paparazzi

    Mandurah cafe/restaurant provides thet ‘home away from home’ feel. Adam Orlando reports. ...
    Focus on family ties at Paparazzi

    PROFILE- Stephen Moir: When opportunity knocks

    Fresh challenges await Stephen Moir after a decade at the SBDC. ...
    PROFILE- Stephen Moir: When opportunity knocks

    Making sense of executive salary trends

    A Productivity Commission report on executive remuneration has found that big companies have led the growth in CEO incomes. ...
    Making sense of executive salary trends

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