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  1. Tap dissident ramps-up attacks

    Tap dissident ramps-up attacks

    Chatchai Yenbamroong sends letter to shareholders accusing board of eroding value in the company.

  2. Levy will boost costs: builders

    Levy will boost costs: builders

    Building industry warns levy will increase the cost of home building and renovating.

  3. Emeco looks to allay Rentco fears

    Emeco looks to allay Rentco fears

    But company's board says it remains committed to $53m acquisition of truck rental company.

  4. Galaxy finally closes plant sale

    Galaxy finally closes plant sale

    Shares jump after company announces it is on verge of closing out protracted sale of lithium plant.

  5. Iron ore dives to post GFC low

    The price of Australia's biggest export, iron ore, has fallen to a fresh post-global financial crisis low overnight.

  6. Phylogica soars on trial result

    Phylogica soars on trial result

    Shares in Perth-based biotech Phylogica enjoyed a massive spike yesterday.

  7. Sensitive land details released

    Sensitive land details released

    The Pastoralists and Graziers Association has attacked a decision by the Freedom of Information Commissioner to release sensitive information on the viability of leases covering vast tracts of WA.

  8. Allegro buys rail greats

    Allegro buys rail greats

    The country's best-known transcontinental train services are back in Australian hands, with private equity group Allegro Funds buying the company behind the Indian Pacific, the Ghan and the Overland.

  9. Primero sees green gas shoots

    Primero sees green gas shoots

    MD Cameron Henry says delivery of maiden project for Chevron will be the start of more work.

  10. Banana growers get $2.5m boost

    Banana growers get $2.5m boost

    Carnarvon banana growers knocked flat by cyclone get help. Sensitive land details released

  11. Worsley mulls coal import fix

    Worsley mulls coal import fix

    One of the world's biggest coal miners, BHP Billiton, is considering importing the fossil fuel through Bunbury Port amid heightened concerns Griffin Coal is struggling to maintain supply to the Worsley alumina plant.

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