News archive from 2 April 2013

Perth's median house price reaches record high

Perth's median house price reaches record high

Perth's median house price has reached a record high.A two per cent increase from the December quarter has put the median house price at $510,000. The previous high was $505,000 in 2010. The Real Estate Institute of WA's David Airey says people are...

ABC News, 10:01 in Business
 

Kathmandu CEO takes extended leave

Kathmandu has been beset by further misfortune with chief executive Peter Halkett forced to take extended leave after suffering a severe infection following routine surgery last month. The statement was made today by acting chairman John Harvey who...

TheAge, 10:04 in Business
 

Kathmandu CEO takes extended leave

Kathmandu has been beset by further misfortune with chief executive Peter Halkett forced to take extended leave after suffering a severe infection following routine surgery last month. The statement was made today by acting chairman John Harvey who...

 

Kathmandu CEO takes extended leave

Kathmandu has been beset by further misfortune with chief executive Peter Halkett forced to take extended leave after suffering a severe infection following routine surgery last month. The statement was made today by acting chairman John Harvey who...

 

Kathmandu CEO takes extended leave

The statement was made today by acting chairman John Harvey who has been in the role since the death of James Strong last month. The company's finance director, Mark Todd, will continue as acting chief executive until Mr Halkett returns. Mr Halkett...

 

Kathmandu CEO takes extended leave

The statement was made today by acting chairman John Harvey who has been in the role since the death of James Strong last month. The company's finance director, Mark Todd, will continue as acting chief executive until Mr Halkett returns. Mr Halkett...

 
Holden reveals billions in subsidies

Holden reveals billions in subsidies

Carmaker General Motors Holden has revealed that it received $2.17 billion in Federal Government assistance in the past 12 years.After a dispute with the Australian Financial Review newspaper, General Motors Holden decided to release figures, which...

ABC News, 10:20 in Business
 

Stocks shrug off weak US lead

The Australian market has shrugged off falls on Wall Street to reopen higher after the Easter break. In early trade, the benchmark S&P/ASX200 index has risen 27.5 points, or 0.6 per cent, to 4994 and the All Ordinaries had gained 25.5 points, or...

TheAge, 10:22 in Business
 

Stocks shrug off weak US lead

The Australian market has shrugged off falls on Wall Street to reopen higher after the Easter break. In early trade, the benchmark S&P/ASX200 index has risen 27.5 points, or 0.6 per cent, to 4994 and the All Ordinaries had gained 25.5 points, or...

 

Kathmandu CEO takes extended leave

The statement was made today by acting chairman John Harvey who has been in the role since the death of James Strong last month. The company's finance director, Mark Todd, will continue as acting chief executive until Mr Halkett returns. Mr Halkett...

 

Stocks shrug off weak US lead

The Australian market has shrugged off falls on Wall Street to reopen higher after the Easter break. In early trade, the benchmark S&P/ASX200 index has risen 27.5 points, or 0.6 per cent, to 4994 and the All Ordinaries had gained 25.5 points, or...

 

Tinkler puts racing assets up for sale

Nathan Tinkler in Newcastle. Photo: Louie Douvis Nathan Tinkler's Patinack Farm is officially on the market as the mining millionaire looks to walk away from his six-year-old racing and breeding business. After months of speculation over the future of...

 
Tinkler puts racing assets up for sale

Tinkler puts racing assets up for sale

Nathan Tinkler's Patinack Farm is officially on the market as the mining millionaire looks to walk away from his six-year-old racing and breeding business. After months of speculation over the future of Patinack Farm and a possible dispersal sale to...

 

Tinkler puts racing assets up for sale

Nathan Tinkler in Newcastle. Photo: Louie Douvis Nathan Tinkler's Patinack Farm is officially on the market as the mining millionaire looks to walk away from his six-year-old racing and breeding business. After months of speculation over the future of...

TheAge, 10:33 in Business
 
Nobody immune from probe: Cyprus president

Nobody immune from probe: Cyprus president

THE Cypriot president has pledged that not even his own family will be immune from a commission of inquiry into allegations of wrongdoing in the run-up to a crippling eurozone bailout. President Nicos Anastasiades was responding to allegations that...

 
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