Courtney Trenwith

Courtney Trenwith

Courtney Trenwith is Deputy Editor and Senior Reporter at WAtoday.

Aviation

Virgin's Richard Branson puts boot into Alan Joyce over Qantas' domestic market strategy

Matt O'Sullivan and Courtney Trenwith Virgin Australia founder claims Qantas boss is in 'deep shit''for sticking to his strategy of maintaining a 65 per cent share of the domestic air travel market.

Aviation

Virgin’s Richard Branson escalates war of words with Qantas

Richard Branson

Matt O’Sullivan and Courtney Trenwith Virgin Australia founder Richard Branson claims Qantas boss Alan Joyce is in ‘‘deep shit’’ for sticking to his strategy of maintaining a 65 per cent share of the domestic air travel market.

Oakajee $6b port project shelved in latest blow to resource sector

train

Courtney Trenwith The $6 billion Oakajee port and rail development in Western Australia has been shelved.

Oakajee delayed indefinitely, jobs cut

Port Botany.

Courtney Trenwith The $6 billion Oakajee port and rail project in WA’s mid-north has been indefinitely delayed and 71 jobs axed.

Packer a 'big believer' in Perth's tourism

James Packer

Courtney Trenwith Crown chairman James Packer has urged Australians in the east not to fear the emergence of Perth as the country's major gateway for millions of Asian middle-class visitors.

Perth house prices are up, so where are the cheapest?

Property

Courtney Trenwith With Perth house prices again on the rise, an analysis has revealed the suburbs where buyers watching their pennies can get a bargain.

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Banks to pay after Bell ruling

Alan Bond

Courtney Trenwith Banks will have to pay up to $3 billion to the liquidators of Alan Bond's former company Bell Group.

Court appeal backfires as banks ordered to pay more in Bond case

Alan Bond

Courtney Trenwith WA's highest court has ordered a group of 20 banks pay up to $3 billion to the liquidators of Alan Bond's former company, Bell Group, after dismissing an appeal against a landmark ruling.

More WA businesses to close than anywhere else in the nation

Retail.

Courtney Trenwith More West Australian small businesses expect to close or sell this year than in any other state despite recording the highest sales, according to the latest Sensis Business Index.

Oswals win right to appoint three directors to Burrup

Pankaj and Radhika Oswal: He said he was disturbed by the pressure put on him by Yara.

Courtney Trenwith THE troubled Indian entrepreneurs Pankaj and Radhika Oswal are increasingly confident of reclaiming control of their fertiliser business after winning the right to appoint three directors to the...

Indian fertiliser tycoons in Federal Court win

Pankaj Oswal is increasingly confident.

Courtney Trenwith Troubled Indian entrepreneurs Pankaj and Radhika Oswal are increasingly confident.

Fertiliser tycoon begins court battle to prevent business sale

Courtney Trenwith THE fallen Perth tycoon Pankaj Oswal has initiated court action challenging the appointment of receivers to Burrup Fertilisers while also suing the company he built for $US500 million ($460 million).

A nuclear Australia is inevitable: Rio chairman

Nuclear Australia

Courtney Trenwith A NUCLEAR Australia is inevitable if the country is serious about reducing carbon emissions, according to the chairman of Rio Tinto, Jan du Plessis.

Palmer to hold on to Galilee Basin rights

Courtney Trenwith THE mining magnate Clive Palmer has declared he will not sell his holdings in the Galilee Basin following a rush of Indian interest in the lucrative coal region.

Wanted: consumers to kickstart economy

eftpos

Courtney Trenwith, Tony Moore, Katherine Feeney Residents must open wallets to help revive Brisbane after floods, say business leaders.

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Sick of paying ATM fees? Collect them instead

ATM.

Courtney Trenwith If you can't beat them, join them.

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Who is set to win from flood disaster?

Brisbane flood

Courtney Trenwith While thousands have experienced devastating losses, others will benefit from tragedy.

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Budget Christmas for Storm clients as legal action begins

Storm

Courtney Trenwith Former Storm Financial clients facing a budget Christmas have called for a quick resolution to court action launched against three banks as their fight for compensation enters its third year.

Second bank faces class action over Storm

Storm Financial

Courtney Trenwith A second major bank is facing a class action over the Storm Financial collapse despite the corporate regulator today announcing its own legal action.

Banks to defend against ASIC's Storm action

Storm

Courtney Trenwith CommBank, Macquarie and BoQ declare they'll defend legal action launched by ASIC over Storm collapse.