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    Seasons Greetings

    WA Business News will be closing today, Thursday 23th December 2010, and will open again on Tuesday 4th January 2011. ...
    Seasons Greetings

    John Holland, Pindan win govt. contracts

    Construction companies John Holland and Pindan have won major contracts to build new hospital facilities at Albany and Kalgoorlie respectively. ...
    John Holland, Pindan win govt. contracts

    Ruling will encourage strikes: AMMA

    A peak industry group has expressed dismay at a Fair Work Australia ruling handed down today, which it says will encourage a 'strike first, commence bargaining later' approach. ...
    Ruling will encourage strikes: AMMA

    UWA makes three senior appointments

    The University of WA has this month announced new heads for its Law School, its newly established Centre for Social Impact within the Business School and its Urban Design Centre. ...
    UWA makes three senior appointments

    Pacific Energy signs Norilsk deal

    Perth company Pacific Energy has signed a three-year electricity supply contract with miner Norilsk Nickel, to support the resumption of production at Norilsk's Lake Johnson mine. ...
    Pacific Energy signs Norilsk deal

    Orbital books $4.3m profit on sale

    Engine technology developer Orbital Corporation will book a $4.3 million profit on the sale of its Balcatta property to a syndicate of investors. ...
    Orbital books $4.3m profit on sale

    Poseidon in $20m conv. notes deal

    Poseidon Nickel has raised $20 million through an issue of convertible notes to Phil Falcone's New York-based investment group Harbinger Capital, which has backed several emerging WA mining companies. ...
    Poseidon in $20m conv. notes deal

    Geraldton lead exports blocked

    The state government has suspended lead exports through Geraldton Port as a precautionary measure after monitoring showed one incident of lead levels in excess of the port's environmental licence limit. ...
    Geraldton lead exports blocked

    New native title deals in Kimberley

    Premier Colin Barnett announced today that an additional 54,000 square kilometres of land in the Kimberley will be added to the native title estate in Western Australia. ...
    New native title deals in Kimberley

    State plans retrospective tax move

    The state government plans to introduce retrospective legislation to reverse the effect of a High Court ruling that could have saved taxpayers tens of millions of dollars in stamp duty. ...
    State plans retrospective tax move

    Rio bids $3.9bn for Riversdale

    Mining giant Rio Tinto has secured the backing of a majority of Riversdale Mining's directors for a takeover offer that values the Africa-focused coal miner at $3.9 billion. ...
    Rio bids $3.9bn for Riversdale

    Rialto invests more in African oil

    Rialto Energy has announced plans to increase its interest in an oil & gas prospect off the coast of west Africa, following completion of a $55 million capital raising. ...
    Rialto invests more in African oil

    Indo raises $5.4m, plans more

    West Perth-based Indo Mines has raised $5.4 million through a placement to private Chinese company Rockcheck Steel Beijing Co Ltd, to help fund development of its iron project in Indonesia. ...
    Indo raises $5.4m, plans more

    Kagara recruits Day as MD

    Mining copany Kagara has announced a management succession, with chairman Kim Robinson moving to a non-executive role and Newcrest Mining executive Geoff Day recruited as the new managing director. ...
    Kagara recruits Day as MD

    Neptune Marine forced to recapitalise

    Struggling engineering group Neptune Marine Services has announced a deeply-discounted $80.6 million capital raising to reduce its debts, after its major bank agreed to a major restructuring of its loan facilities. ...
    Neptune Marine forced to recapitalise

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