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    $300m Waterfront project moving ahead

    The state government's $300 million Perth Waterfront project has moved a step closer to reality following Cabinet's consideration of the business case, supporting critical decisions enabling the project's progression. ...
    $300m Waterfront project moving ahead

    $6m plant to boost glass recycling

    NATIONAL glass recycler Colmax Glass is aiming to increase Western Australia’s glass recycling rates from about 25 per cent to more than 80 per cent within 12 months with the opening of its reprocessing plant in Kewdale. ...
    $6m plant to boost glass recycling

    'Buy West Eat Best' brand to grow

    The state government will transfer the popular Buy West Eat Best brand, which has helped consumers easily identify local produce, to industry including WA food growers, manufacturers and retailers. ...
    'Buy West Eat Best' brand to grow

    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'

    ANZ lifts lending rate by 39bps

    ANZ has become the second major banking group to increase interest rates on housing and business loans by substantially more than the rise in official interest rates. ...
    ANZ lifts lending rate by 39bps

    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

    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

    Barnett concerned about WA investment

    Premier Colin Barnett says companies are reviewing their investment decisions in the state in light of the federal government's proposed new super tax on miners. ...
    Barnett concerned about WA investment

    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

    Barnett extends popular vote over Ripper

    Western Australia's Premier Colin Barnett has retained his popularity, emerging streets ahead of Labor Opposition Leader Eric Ripper as preferred leader, the latest Newspoll shows. ...
    Barnett extends popular vote over Ripper

    Barnett to pump up WA in USA

    Premier Colin Barnett is jetting his way to the USA to spruik Western Australia's capabilities as a global energy supplier joining a list of distinguished speakers presenting at one of the world's leading energy policy research forums. ...
    Barnett to pump up WA in USA

    Big banks raise mortgage rates

    ANZ and Westpac have joined the other big banks, Commonwealth Bank of Australia and National Australia Bank in raising the standard variable home loan interest rate in line with the 25 basis point rise by the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA). ...
    Big banks raise mortgage rates

    Budget: Barnett delivers surplus

    In his first outing as Treasurer, Premier Colin Barnett delivered a promised surplus - $286 million - on the back of sharp royalty rises, increased services charges to households and restraint in spending growth which was limited to 3.9 per cent. ...
    Budget: Barnett delivers surplus

    Budget: New office to focus on land

    The state government appears to have acknowledged the looming issue of residential property supply, creating a new office charged with releasing more land for housing development. ...
    Budget: New office to focus on land

    Budget: Room to move for infrastructure

    The state government has funded the key projects it has announced during the year, with fiscal restraint and rising royalty income allowing it to include infrastructure spending without blowing the budget. ...
    Budget: Room to move for infrastructure

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