What's making news in the Weekend West business section tomorrow.
TFS Corporation has bought a Northern Territory cattle station for $8.5 million with plans to plant 2700 hectares of Indian Sandalwood on it.
Empire Oil & Gas' new board has dramatically escalated its campaign against founder Craig Marshall and previous directors, today initiating legal proceedings to try to recoup $441,632 in legal bills paid for by the company to fund the old guard's personal defamation actions.
New plan for Jambreiro iron ore project based on initial 1mtpa operation.
Gina Rinehart's Roy Hill iron ore project in the Pilbara is another step closer to its debt funding target after winning a $US694 million loan from a US export credit agency.
CO2 Group in deal to buy Queensland prawn company Seafarm for $11.2m.
Sandfire Resources has added another potential joint venture partner with land next to its DeGrussa mine, announcing late yesterday a tie-up with Talisman Mining.
West Africa gold miner Resolute Mining has found another $US28m in savings.
Mining giant pursues a multimillion-dollar counterclaim against contractor VDM Group.
Carnegie Wave Energy moves step towards goal of delivering renewable energy to Garden Island base.
Empire Oil & Gas combs through its audited financial accounts as part of sweeping review.
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