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    $13m park a site to behold

    $13m park a site to behold

    28 May 2008 by Emily Piesse

    The rapid growth in Karratha's land and property prices in recent years has been well documented, but a $13 million price tag for a local caravan park has set a new benchmark. ...

    $30m development for Adelaide House

    $30m development for Adelaide House

    14 May 2008 by Emily Piesse

    ADELAIDE House, built in the 1880s, is about to join a growing list of new office towers in the eastern end of the city, with a $30 million development application for the site currently lodged with the City of Perth. ...

    $40m Augusta resort

    $40m Augusta resort

    06 Feb 2008 by Emily Piesse

    The Augusta-Margaret River Shire has approved a $40 million resort development near Cape Leeuwin, which will include an abalone hatchery. ...

    $40m Bunbury berth plan

    $40m Bunbury berth plan

    08 May 2007 by Emily Piesse

    The Bunbury Port Authority has announced a $40 million plan to relocate its outer harbour shiploader to the port’s inner harbour, to create a second multi-user berth in the area and increase capacity. ...

    $45m Tom Price project

    $45m Tom Price project

    20 Aug 2008 by Emily Piesse

    Mining hospitality and accommodation provider Auzcorp will develop a $45 million, 136-room hotel in Tom Price after being selected as the preferred bidder under the government's Landbank program. ...

    $85m sale breathes life into commercial sector

    $85m sale breathes life into commercial sector

    13 Aug 2008 by Emily Piesse

    In a sign that Perth's commercial property market may be warming up, Wesfarmers House has sold to Jandakot-based Ascot Capital Ltd for almost $85 million, although the price represents a significant discount on the property's 2007 value. ...

    40under40 commemorative- Celebrating a year of firsts

    40under40 commemorative- Celebrating a year of firsts

    06 Mar 2007 by Emily Piesse

    The setting sun cast a warm glow over the decks of the imposing Osman Gazi, the impressive venue for the sixth annual WA Business News 40under40 awards held last month. ...

    40under40 commemorative- Strategic partners know success when they see it

    40under40 commemorative- Strategic partners know success when they see it

    06 Mar 2007 by Emily Piesse

    In addition to the 40under40 awards, four special prizes were awarded by the program’s strategic alliance partners – the City of Perth, UWA Business School, Murdoch University and Edith Cowan University. ...

    457 services brought in-house

    457 services brought in-house

    08 May 2007 by Emily Piesse

    A growing number of Western Australian businesses are bringing their international recruitment services in-house in an effort to cut out the costs associated with hiring migration agents. ...

    457 visa changes to slow applications

    457 visa changes to slow applications

    21 Aug 2007 by Emily Piesse

    Recent changes to the 457 temporary business visa may slow the application process, according to some in the migration industry, with new rules governing English language requirements and employer obligations coming into effect. ...

    457 visa concerns

    457 visa concerns

    01 Oct 2008 by Emily Piesse

    MIGRATION agents believe new federal legislation aimed at cracking down on employers that exploit workers under the temporary 457 visa program will lead to a further tightening of employer obligations. ...

    457 visa reforms to lift costs

    457 visa reforms to lift costs

    02 Jul 2008 by Emily Piesse

    New laws to reform the 457 visa program are expected to increase costs for employers and make the system more difficult to use, according to some industry groups and migration consultants. ...

    457 visa review leads to overhaul

    457 visa review leads to overhaul

    07 May 2008 by Emily Piesse

    It was meant to be a stopgap solution for companies facing staff shortages, but industry groups say the 457 business visa has been beset with problems from the outset. ...

    457 visa review under way

    457 visa review under way

    13 Mar 2007 by Emily Piesse

    The 457 temporary long-stay business visa may have helped to alleviate skills shortages in Australia, but extensive processing times and onerous compliance requirements on employers are limiting its effectiveness, according to some industry groups. ...

    4WD hire firms buy-out targets

    4WD hire firms buy-out targets

    17 Jul 2007 by Emily Piesse

    The buy-up of firms with a strong exposure to the mining sector continues, with the venture capital-funded merger of two national hire groups this week, and the private equity buyout of another. ...

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