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    Parker leaves Norton after disagreement

    A difference of opinion over the direction of Norton Gold Fields has resulted in managing director Jon Parker leaving the company, while chief financial officer Simon Brodie has also resigned. ...
    Parker leaves Norton after disagreement

    WA jobless rate falls to 6-month low

    The state's unemployment rate for December has dipped to 5.1 per cent as the number of people employed in a full-time capacity dropped, new figures show. ...
    WA jobless rate falls to 6-month low

    Familiar & faceless vie for Griffin role

    It was a case of the familiar and the faceless at yesterday's meeting of creditors owed over $1 billion by Rick Stowe's failed Collie coal and power producer Griffin Coal. ...
    Familiar & faceless vie for Griffin role

    New CEO at Dampier Bunbury Pipeline

    The owners of the Dampier to Bunbury Pipeline have appointed former Shell senior manager Stuart Johnston as chief executive while current executive chairman Stuart Hohnen will move to a non-executive role. ...
    New CEO at Dampier Bunbury Pipeline

    NRW calls halt over contract talks

    Mining services company NRW Holdings has called a trading halt of its shares as it negotiates a significant contract variation. ...
    NRW calls halt over contract talks

    PTTEP secures Montara platform

    PTTEP Australasia says the operation to plug and secure the Montara well head platform has been completed, some four months after oil started leaking into the Timor Sea. ...
    PTTEP secures Montara platform

    Perry Lakes transformation starts

    Buyers will this year be able to start reserving blocks at the Perry Lakes Stadium site, where preliminary works to transform the area into a housing estate is about to begin. ...
    Perry Lakes transformation starts

    Cape Lambert reaps $28m from share sales

    Cape Lambert Resources has pocketed nearly $28 million from the sale of non-core shareholdings that it acquired through its purchase of collapsed company CopperCo last year. ...
    Cape Lambert reaps $28m from share sales

    Final nod for Sinosteel's Mid West mine

    Sinosteel Midwest Corporation has cleared the final hurdle for its Mid West iron ore project after today receiving environmental approval from the federal government. ...
    Final nod for Sinosteel's Mid West mine

    Golden West appoints Hine as CEO

    Golden West Resources has appointed its second chief executive in less than two years, with senior Macmahon manager Mark Hine taking the role. ...
    Golden West appoints Hine as CEO

    Sprawling Griffin empire muddies waters as resolution sought

    The road to Griffin Coal’s sudden collapse was a long one. ...
    Sprawling Griffin empire muddies waters as resolution sought

    Mining research pays off in spades

    WESTERN Australia’s reputation as a world leader in mining-related research continues to grow despite the ongoing effects of last year’s global economic slowdown. ...
    Mining research pays off in spades

    Appointments

    New chief of staff for PremierBrian Pontifex will start as chief of staff to the WA premier next month, filling the vacancy left by Deidre Willmott (see story page 4). ...
    Appointments

    Directors’ Interests

    Big money was spent by four of Regis Resources' directors last month, who spent a combined $7 million participating in the company's $50 million placement and rights issue. ...
    Directors’ Interests

    Briefs

    Willmott for CHOGM roleFORMER chief of staff and cabinet secretary, Deidre Willmott, will take on the new role of state director of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting to be held in Perth in ...
    Briefs

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