Dan Wilkie

Dan Wilkie joined Business News in 2009 as a graduate of Curtin University, initially covering property for the print edition. In 2011 Dan expanded his focus to spearhead Business News’ online coverage of capital markets, mergers and acquisitions, contracts and deals, resources and state politics. dan.wilkie@businessnews.com.au

Imdex sells out of Sino Gas & Energy

Drilling fluids and equipment supplier Imdex has sold its stake in Sino Gas & Energy Holdings, raking in $17 million from the sale.

Home sales on the rebound after May slip: HIA

New home sales rebounded slightly in Western Australia in June, following the first fall in 2014 in the previous month, according to the latest research from the Housing Industry Association.

Agribusiness stoking property market: Colliers

Property transactions in the agribusiness sector are heating up, with considerable activity in the first six months of 2014, according to Colliers International.

Midland Dome sells for $2.7m

Midland's Dome Coffees franchise opposite the Midland Gate Shopping Centre has been sold to a private investor for $2.7 million, in a deal brokered by commercial real estate group CBRE.

Orinoco and Cleveland team up for Brazilian gold

Orinoco Gold shares plunged on the ASX today, despite the company saying it had identified a pathway to production at its 70 per cent-owned Cascavel gold mine in Brazil by inking a strategic alliance with Cleveland Mining.

ACTON launches commercial division

Residential real estate agency ACTON Group has launched a dedicated commercial property division to provide sales, leasing and asset management.

Government rejects ERA’s Keystart privatisation plan

UPDATE: The state government says it will not consider privatising low-deposit home loan scheme Keystart, despite the recommendation to do so by the Economic Regulation Authority.

Builders sought for Stadium Station

The state government has put out the call for builders to construct the $100 million train station for the new Perth Stadium. The new station will comprise six platforms to facilitate the departure of up to 28,000 passengers within an hour of an event at the stadium.

Mermaid set to be hit by striking workers

Mermaid Marine Australia's Dampier Supply Base workers are planning strike action, amid ongoing negotiations regarding pay rates and job security.

Clarkson retail shop sells for $5.4 million

The former Clarkson Retravision store, which has been earmarked to become a First Choice Liquor outlet, has sold at auction for $5.4 million.

AAIG seeks changes to Capital Square plan

An application has been lodged with the City of Perth to amend the design of the office component of the much-awaited Capital Square development, the latest sign of progress at the old Emu Brewery site.

Spoiled for choice on apartments

There's plenty of industry confidence in the growth in apartment living, despite some concerns about the short-term outlook.



Rio Tinto$21.40bn
BHP Billiton Iron Ore$17.97bn
North West Shelf Venture$16.84bn
Fortescue Metals Group$8.12bn
Gold Corporation$5.81bn
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