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    Moly expects final Chinese approval soon

    The head of Moly Mines is confident of receiving the final two approvals required from the Chinese government to initiate financing and development of its Spinifex Ridge project before the end of February. ...
    Moly expects final Chinese approval soon

    Araluen returns to DEC management

    Management of the scenic Araluen Botanic Park will return to the state government under the Department of Environment and Conservation (DEC), from the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC), under new arrangements announced today. ...
    Araluen returns to DEC management

    ACCC to prevent 'creeping acquisitions'

    Retail giants Woolworths and Wesfarmers, owners of Coles, may have to adjust their plans to buy out smaller rivals and develop new outlets after the federal government announced plans to toughen up market protection. ...
    ACCC to prevent 'creeping acquisitions'

    Laurance named Convention Bureau's chair

    The Perth Convention Bureau has announced the appointment of tourism industry leader and former state parliamentarian, Ian Laurance as its new chairman. ...
    Laurance named Convention Bureau's chair

    WA's new car sales below national trend

    New motor vehicle sales in Western Australia, which rose by more than two per cent, seasonally adjusted, in December, were slightly lower than the national gains of more than three per cent, seasonally adjusted, to 89,741 units. ...
    WA's new car sales below national trend

    ERA approves Western Power revisions

    The Economic Regulation Authority has approved Western Power's 45 amended access revisions for its grid in the state's South West in its further final decision meaningapproximately $4.8 billion is expected to be spent by Western Power to improve its agein ...
    ERA approves Western Power revisions

    Barnett announces new Chief of Staff

    Premier Colin Barnett has welcomed former Woodside Energy corporate affairs general manager and Freehills lawyer, Brian Pontifex as his new Chief of Staff. ...
    Barnett announces new Chief of Staff

    Ningaloo nominated for World Heritage

    The Ningaloo Coast's nomination for World Heritage listing by the federal and state government's was recognition of the area's outstanding natural beauty, biological richness and international geological significance. ...
    Ningaloo nominated for World Heritage

    Barnett confirms $4m Griffin negotiation

    The state government has confirmed it is in negotiations with the administrators of Griffin Coal to provide a pre-payment of up to $4 million against the delivery of coal under Verve Energy's current coal supply contract. ...
    Barnett confirms $4m Griffin negotiation

    WestNet Rail fights $71m stamp duty bill

    WestNet Rail Holdings will challenge a $71 million stamp duty assessment from Western Australia's Office of State Revenue, in a move that will add to industry concern over the state's controversial 'land rich' tax policy. ...
    WestNet Rail fights $71m stamp duty bill

    Strong car sales buoys industry outlook

    Australia's highest-selling car manufacturer has predicted improving market conditions in 2010 after the latest vehicle industry figures indicated new motor vehicle sales were 15.9 per cent higher in December 2009 than a year earlier. ...
    Strong car sales buoys industry outlook

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