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    GFC ripple still holding back industry

    ACCESS to finance for development projects in Western Australia has not yet recovered from the global financial crisis, according to prominent land developers and industry research. ...
    GFC ripple still holding back industry

    New policy will change the way WA builds

    WITH the state government pushing for nearly half of all new Western Australian houses to be constructed in infill areas, the reality of developing in higher densities is building on smaller blocks. ...
    New policy will change the way WA builds

    BGC still top of HIA’s Housing 100

    WESTERN Australia’s share of the nation’s top 20 largest builders slipped slightly over the past year, according to the Housing Industry Association’s annual Housing 100 report. ...
    BGC still top of HIA’s Housing 100

    Cox Howlett gets nod for Malaysia

    A PERTH-based architecture firm has been commissioned to prepare a master plan for a custom-built biotechnology industrial precinct in Malaysia. ...
    Cox Howlett gets nod for Malaysia

    Lease register off target: RTA

    A STATE government proposal to establish a register of retail shop leases will create security, competition and privacy concerns for established shopping centre tenants, the Retail Traders’ Association says. ...
    Lease register off target: RTA

    Condor thinks outside the box

    AN innovative ‘piggy-back’ style construction technique at a St Georges Terrace apartment tower has taken out the top prize in the 2010 WA Engineering Excellence Awards. ...
    Condor thinks outside the box

    Stelios crafts growth from a gem of a gully

    Intricately crafting custom made engagement rings is how Stelios Palioudakis chose to make a crust after realising he had a love for dexterous work. Plus he received some encouragement from his collector father. ...
    Stelios crafts growth from a gem of a gully

    Arts foundation banks on advice

    A ROW of Sidney Nolan portraits line the dark entry hall, while hand blown glass sculptures decorate the foyer and antique vases add colour to the wooden boardroom. ...
    Arts foundation banks on advice

    On top at Amusé

    In just over three years Perth has embraced Restaurant Amusé, the brainchild of Hadleigh and Carolynne Troy. Russell Quinn reports. ...
    On top at Amusé

    Taxing times may lead to Labor blackout

    The more things change, the more they remain the same for the federal government. ...
    Taxing times may lead to Labor blackout

    When team differences cause trouble

    In order to find harmony in the workplace, organisations need to walk the talk when it comes to promoting teamwork. ...
    When team differences cause trouble

    Long reach, potentially empty pockets

    The federal government is picking up where consumers left off pre-GFC by spending beyond its means. ...
    Long reach, potentially empty pockets

    Who is the real winner here?

    The once-cosy relationship between the state and federal political leaders requires a delicate balancing act in the wake of a new Labor government. ...
    Who is the real winner here?

    On the move

    Hurley joins Wrays as chief executiveFrank Hurley has been appointed chief executive officer at patent and trademark lawyers Wrays. ...
    On the move

    On the move

    Hurley joins Wrays as chief executiveFrank Hurley has been appointed chief executive officer at patent and trademark lawyers Wrays. ...
    On the move

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