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    Clough secures Gorgon pipe contract

    Clough secures Gorgon pipe contract

    16 Dec 2010 by Staff Reporters

    Engineering and construction company Clough has announced it has been awarded a $300 million pipeline contract for Chevron's Gorgon project. ...

    Freo club buyer in court stoush

    Freo club buyer in court stoush

    16 Dec 2010 by Natalie Gerritsen

    Consumer Protection has commenced legal action in the Supreme Court against the secretary of the Fremantle RSL club, alleging he illegally acquired the club's property. ...

    Brockman in Fortescue rail, port talks

    Brockman in Fortescue rail, port talks

    16 Dec 2010 by Staff Reporters

    Iron ore explorer Brockman Resources says it is in advanced talks with Fortescue Metals Group Ltd for a rail haulage, port access and marketing service for its Marillanna project in Western Australia. ...

    Super reform to add billions to savings

    Super reform to add billions to savings

    16 Dec 2010 by Staff Reporters

    Billions of dollars will be pumped into Australians' superannuation accounts as part of sweeping changes including a new low-cost, no-frills super offering. ...

    First farmer loses crop to GM

    First farmer loses crop to GM

    16 Dec 2010 by Staff Reporters

    A WA oat and wheat grower has become the first farmer to lose his organic certification after his crop was contaminated by a neighbour's genetically modified canola crop. ...

    RTA repeats call for Sunday trade

    RTA repeats call for Sunday trade

    16 Dec 2010 by Staff Reporters

    WA retailers outside Sunday trading precincts will again be disadvantaged by the looming end of extended Christmas trading hours, says the Retailer Traders Association. ...

    Venus surges on Yalgoo iron resource

    Venus surges on Yalgoo iron resource

    16 Dec 2010 by John Phaceas

    Shares in aspiring Mid-West iron ore miner Venus Metals Corporation surged over 11 per cent today after it confirmed a better than expected magnetite resource at its Yalgoo iron ore project, east of Geraldton. ...

    Navigator advances rare earths spin-off

    Navigator advances rare earths spin-off

    16 Dec 2010 by John Phaceas

    Perth-based gold miner Navigator Resources has moved closer to cashing in on rampant investor appetite for rare earths exposure, finalising plans to spin-off its rich Cummins Range project in the Kimberley early next year. ...

    Switkowski to join Lynas board

    Switkowski to join Lynas board

    16 Dec 2010 by Staff Reporters

    Rare earths miner Lynas Corporation has appointed former Telstra chief executive Ziggy Switkowski to its board of directors. ...

    Morgan’s collaborative approach

    Morgan’s collaborative approach

    16 Dec 2010 by Natalie Gerritsen

    THE Western Australian state government’s newly appointed top advisor on industry and technology has identified four sectors he believes the state must target. ...

    Team Australia touts rare earths

    Team Australia touts rare earths

    16 Dec 2010 by John Phaceas

    WESTERN Australia’s rare earths and lithium potential have become major selling points to overseas investors for state and federal representatives touting the nation’s resources opportunities on the international conferences circuit. ...

    Contract brews boosts Gage Roads

    Contract brews boosts Gage Roads

    16 Dec 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    A SHIFT from craft brewer to contract beer-maker has led to Gage Roads Brewing posting a maiden profit of $680,000, and has the Palmyra-based operation poised to launch three new contract brews during the next year. ...

    Private health on the rise

    Private health on the rise

    16 Dec 2010 by Mark Beyer

    WESTERN Australia’s Labor opposition and unionists at the LHMU may not like it, but the trend towards private sector involvement in hospitals is gathering pace around the country, led, ironically, by Labor governments in other states. ...

    Agriculture, retail on insolvency books

    Agriculture, retail on insolvency books

    16 Dec 2010 by Natalie Gerritsen

    WESTERN Australia’s insolvency sector has some bad news for struggling areas of the state’s economy – expect more of the same next year. ...

    Liquor licensing under tougher scrutiny

    Liquor licensing under tougher scrutiny

    16 Dec 2010 by Emily Morgan

    The rejection last week of a tavern licence for what was meant to be one of the draw-card venues in the revitalised Northbridge has been cited as evidence of a more rigorous application process and increased police intervention in licencing decisons. ...

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