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Plan scope thwarted by reality (The West Australian)
Don’t expect to see a lot of detail in announcements about scoping studies conducted by junior explorers in the future.
Spark lights fire under biomed ideas (The West Australian)
EY, patent lawyers Wrays and Lavan Legal have emerged as the first commercial backers of Stanford University’s “bench to bedside” biomedical accelerator program in WA.
Fresh doubts over Muja fate (The West Australian)
Perth Energy, the junior electricity provider used by the WA Government as a poster child for the Muja AB power station, says it “does not care” if the State decides to shut the much-maligned coal-fired generator.
Alumni recall peak in nickel trough (The West Australian)
Former Western Mining Corporation general manager Doug Marshall reflected on the heady days of the Kambalda nickel boom yesterday as the Goldfields town limps on amid a lengthy downturn.
Puerto Rico, a US tax haven in tatters (AFP)
Washington (AFP) - Strangled by debt and a decade of recession, US territory Puerto Rico is pleading for help from Congress.
Source of Panama Papers mega-leak predicts 'digitised revolution' (AFP)
Berlin (AFP) - The anonymous source behind the Panama Papers on Friday offered a passionate explanation for the mega-leak, arguing that the corruption of the super-rich has broken capitalism and could spark revolution.
Greece paralysed by strike over pension reforms and tax hikes (AFP)
Athens (AFP) - Public transport ground to a halt in Greece on Friday as trade unions launched a 48-hour general strike against government plans to overhaul pensions and increase taxes, as demanded by international creditors.
S and P upgrades Turkey outlook despite political instability (AFP)
Paris (AFP) - Standard and Poor's upgraded its outlook for Turkey's credit rating on Friday, judging the prospects for the nation's economy to be stable despite political instability that may dampen growth and reform plans.
Obama presses moves against tax evasion (AFP)
Washington (AFP) - President Barack Obama said Friday that proposed laws to end the use of US-based anonymous shell companies will help fight tax evasion and money laundering.
Square sinks as Dorsey-led firm's earnings disappoint (AFP)
San Francisco (AFP) - Shares in online payments firm Square took a pounding Friday after the group led by Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey reported earnings that fell short of investor expectations.
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