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    Clark stacks Capricorn with ex-Regis execs

    Mark Clark-chaired Capricorn Metals has announced four new board and management appointments, including a new chief executive, all formerly employed at Regis Resources, which Mr Clark led for nine years. ...
    Clark stacks Capricorn with ex-Regis execs

    Pacific accepts QIC offer

    The board of Pacific Energy has backed QIC’s improved takeover bid, after it matched a rival $470 million offer. ...
    Pacific accepts QIC offer

    Northern Star flags $43m Pogo spend

    Northern Star Resources will outlay $43 million to expand the capacity of its Pogo gold mine in Alaska by 30 per cent. ...
    Northern Star flags $43m Pogo spend

    Fight for Pacific becomes bitter

    The two-way battle to acquire Pacific Energy has turned hostile, after original bidder, QIC, lodged an application with the Takeovers Panel today. ...
    Fight for Pacific becomes bitter

    WA directors in multi-million dollar share trades

    Directors of several Perth-based ASX-listed companies have undertaken substantial share transactions in the past fortnight, with Peter Bradford, Peter Cook and John Welborn among those taking advantage of the trading window after the release of their annua ...
    WA directors in multi-million dollar share trades

    Synergy wins $30m govt contract

    Synergy has secured a substantial electricity supply deal with the North Metropolitan Health Service, one of several electricity contracts awarded by government agencies in the health and education sectors in recent months. ...
    Synergy wins $30m govt contract

    HYDE Kitchen coming to Perth

    International bar and restaurant chain HYDE Kitchen + Cocktails will feature at Accor’s The Adnate hotel when it opens in October. ...
    HYDE Kitchen coming to Perth

    Unemployment for WA geos reaches six-year low

    Employment opportunities for geoscientists in Western Australia are improving, but it is not the best state in Australia for job prospects, according to the latest data from the Australian Institute of Geoscientists. ...
    Unemployment for WA geos reaches six-year low

    Subi outfit strikes Honeywell deal

    Shares in Strategic Elements surged up to 32 per cent today after the software company announced a 12-month deal with multinational conglomerate Honeywell to develop experimental autonomous robotic vehicles ...
    Subi outfit strikes Honeywell deal

    Hutchinson’s Vysarn relists on the ASX

    Vysarn has rejoined the ASX with a healthy share price gain, five months after it struck a deal to purchase Perenti Global’s waterwell drilling business for $16 million. ...
    Hutchinson’s Vysarn relists on the ASX

    Maximus finds new Burbanks buyer

    ASX-listed Maximus Resources has reached a $5.2 million sale agreement for its Burbanks gold processing plant in the Coolgardie region, after its previous $5.8 million deal with Adaman Resources fell through. ...
    Maximus finds new Burbanks buyer

    Consortium outbids QIC with $470m Pacific offer

    Investment group QIC will need to increase its $422 million offer for Pacific Energy, after a consortium consisting of OPTrust and Infrastructure Capital Group lobbed a superior offer to the remote power provider. ...
    Consortium outbids QIC with $470m Pacific offer

    Sheffield raises $18m

    Sheffield Resources has raised $18 million via a share placement, in lieu of a bridging loan facility, and to progress the strategic partner process for its Thunderbird mineral sands project. ...
    Sheffield raises $18m

    WA lending up from historical lows

    Lending to investors and first homebuyers in Western Australia is showing early signs of a rebound from its record slump, according to the latest seasonally adjusted data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics. ...
    WA lending up from historical lows

    WA strikes record domgas production

    Western Australia’s domestic gas production for the three months to June was a quarterly record, leaving the state experiencing a surplus of gas while east coast production fell again. ...
    WA strikes record domgas production

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