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    Shell sorry for second fuel shortage

    Shell Australia has apologised after Perth customers have been hit by second fuel shortage in as many weeks. ...
    Shell sorry for second fuel shortage

    CBH to stay tax-exempt after court win

    Grain exporter CBH Group has had a major win over the Australian Tax Office, with the Federal Court upholding its May ruling that enshrined the co-operative's tax-exempt status today. ...
    CBH to stay tax-exempt after court win

    Boart tips higher revenue

    International drilling contractor Boart Longyear, which has substantial operations in WA, said it expects higher full year revenue in fiscal 2010. ...
    Boart tips higher revenue

    $1bn budget surpluses on the way

    Newly-appointed State Treasurer Christian Porter today announced a small downward revision in Western Australia's economic growth rate and a large upward revision in the expected budget surplus, but warned WA that the good times would not last forever. ...
    $1bn budget surpluses on the way

    Horton to leave UWA Biz School

    The University of Western Australia has announced the Dean of its Business School, Professor Tracey Horton, will leave the position in August next year. ...
    Horton to leave UWA Biz School

    Imdex to acquire Germany's Mud-Data

    Perth-based mining services company Imdex has enjoyed a jump in its share price after announcing the acquisition of German drilling fluids supplier Mud-Data for Euro 3.5 million. ...
    Imdex to acquire Germany's Mud-Data

    New deals boost Gladstone LNG

    Oil and gas producer Santos has announced the sale of a 15 per cent interest in the Gladstone LNG project, along with a gas sales deal to Korea Gas, paving the way for a final investment decision on the $16 billion project in January. ...
    New deals boost Gladstone LNG

    Lend Lease confirms Bilfinger talks

    Lend Lease has today confirmed it is in talks with German builder Bilfinger Berger SE to potentially acquire its Australian Valemus operations. ...
    Lend Lease confirms Bilfinger talks

    Equinox takes ownership of Citadel

    Equinox Resources has announced the acquisition of more than half the shares of base metal explorer Citadel Resources. ...
    Equinox takes ownership of Citadel

    March target for Griffin power sale

    The Collie power stations of Rick Stowe's failed Griffin Coal business are likely to be sold by the end of March, administrator Brian McMaster said today. ...
    March target for Griffin power sale

    Horizon review calls for comment

    A draft report into the efficiency of Horizon Power has been released for public comment by the Economic Regulation Authority. ...
    Horizon review calls for comment

    Bakery fined over driver fatigue

    A Geraldton bakery has been fined more than $65,000 for breaching WA's laws on fatigue management for commercial vehicle drivers, the third time the company has been charged with offences under these laws. ...
    Bakery fined over driver fatigue

    Navitas welcomes student visa review

    Education provider Navitas has welcomed the federal government's announced review of the student visa program, saying it will be a crucial step forward in revitalising the international education industry. ...
    Navitas welcomes student visa review

    Aus 6/179 at tea

    Despite a strong effort from Mike Hussey Australia's hopes are fading on day one of the third Ashes test against England at the WACA. ...
    Aus 6/179 at tea

    New inspectors for WA mines

    Just over 20 new mines inspectors have been appointed to better service the safety needs of WA's growing resources sector. ...
    New inspectors for WA mines

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