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    Office market tightens on expansion flurry

    OFFICE leasing is the CBD has become increasingly competitive as growing firms absorb record levels of office space, and owners of older buildings mobilise plans to reposition their stock to compete with a raft of new offerings to the market. ...
    Office market tightens on expansion flurry

    Wesbeam scrapes back towards black

    Building products manufacturer Wesbeam posted an improved result in financial year 2009-10, but remains short of being profitable, according to its latest accounts. ...
    Wesbeam scrapes back towards black

    Cottesloe push to undermine councils

    A PROMINENT Perth-based lawyer has questioned the need for local governments to remain involved in town planning, after Planning Minister John Day last week moved to smooth the way for mid-rise development on Cottesloe’s beachfront. ...
    Cottesloe push to undermine councils

    Diversification next on Trilogy’s books

    HOW would you respond if faced with the prospect of losing access to half your business’s potential market? ...
    Diversification next on Trilogy’s books

    Going the distance for autism

    CONSIDERING one in 150 children are on the autism spectrum, there are plenty of parents in Western Australia experiencing the challenges that come with the condition. ...
    Going the distance for autism

    Low-key launch for city oasis

    The newest venture from WA food doyenne Kate Lamont offers a quiet hideaway in the heart of Perth’s CBD. Natalie Gerritsen reports. ...
    Low-key launch for city oasis

    Driven by curiosity

    The state’s new top innovation and technology advisor opens up about what makes him tick. ...
    Driven by curiosity

    Clark a ‘dismal scientist’ ahead of his time

    Warnings on the negative effects of ever-increasing taxation have been ignored by our nation’s politicians. ...
    Clark a ‘dismal scientist’ ahead of his time

    China partnerships offer benefits in Africa

    Australia and China are developing investment opportunities in Africa. ...
    China partnerships offer benefits in Africa

    Playing the political game at a safe distance

    Politics and business are closely linked, but sometimes the connection can get too close for comfort. ...
    Playing the political game at a safe distance

    Policy debate to heat up in 2011

    Labor’s hoping to open a few cracks in the government’s defences and zero in on problem areas for the premier and his team. ...
    Policy debate to heat up in 2011

    On the move

    Rio exec seconded to safety divisionRio Tinto general manager for health and safety – iron ore Bob Hirte has been seconded to Resources Safety Division of the Department of Mines and Petroleum f ...
    On the move

    Directors’ Interests

    Mermaid Marine non-executive director James Carver took advantage of the offshore support specialist’s significant gains over recent months, offloading a sizeable portion of his shareholding ear ...
    Directors’ Interests

    The Lighter Note

    Home sweet home pageThe real estate industry has greeted the opportunity of selling online better than most industries, just ask the weekend newspapers that used to rely on the rivers of gold that the ...
    The Lighter Note

    Chevron targets Exmouth base

    US energy giant Chevron is evaluating jetty facilities at the Harold E Holt communications base at Exmouth as a potential third major supply base for its Gorgon and Wheatstone liquefied natural gas pr ...
    Chevron targets Exmouth base

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