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Last month Western Australian Premier Colin Barnett marked the anniversary of his eighth year in the role by winning a vote of confidence from his Liberal parliamentary colleagues, Associate Director Michael Cairnduff discusses what happens now he's put down a spill motion. His challenger, former Minister Dean Nalder had earlier resigned from the front bench along with fellow Cabinet member Tony Simpson. Is this the end of the story? Following the defeat, Mr Nalder spoke briefly accepting the result and congratulating the Premier on his continuation in the role. Since then, Mr Nalder has kept a low profile. The big question for the Liberal

Annual reports are no longer the same beasts they were 10 years ago - Cameron Jones explores the evolution of this critical business document. The glory days of the annual report Once upon a time, back when Yahoo was something cowboys said and Gumtree simply meant a native Australian tree, Annual Reports were the centrepiece of every listed company’s arsenal. Sure it was still a compliance document, but companies would go to great lengths to make sure it was going to impress their shareholders. All kinds of wiz-bang papers, effects, graphics and photography were used to woo investors into reassuring them they had their money in

We’re thrilled to announce our partnership with TEDxPerth, a local non-profit organisation with a mission to promote ‘ideas worth spreading’. As many of you may know, the global TED brand is well recognised as one of the world’s leading non-profit organisations devoted to spreading ideas, whereas TEDx events signify independently organised TED events for local audiences. Organisers of TED and TEDx events around the world are passionate believers in the transformative power of ideas to change attitudes, lives and ultimately the world. TEDxPerth is in its fifth year of operation offering a TED-like experience, and providing a platform for a selection of local