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As the company yesterday revealed a $NZ273 million (4m) loss for the six months to December, speculation was mounting that the Australia and New Zealand-listed business was now mulling a sale of its Formica division in the US to private equity.” Businesses left reeling after Mandurah building company Colista Homes goes into liquidation 21 February 2018 Mandurah Coastal Times reports that “dozens of local businesses have been left reeling after Mandurah building company Cole Building Pty Ltd went into liquidation last month.

Whether its largest shareholder and second-largest supplier, Lew's Premier Investments, wins the battle to control its board is of secondary importance.” Disgruntled Dick Smith investors get their day in court 12 February 2018 ARN reports that “one of the two class actions being launched against Dick Smith Holdings has been given the green light to go ahead by the Supreme Court of NSW, joining at least two other associated legal cases in the process.

The latest class action is being brought against the entity remaining following the retailer’s collapse in 2016 -- now under the control of receivers, Ferrier Hodgson -- by Johnson Winter & Slattery, in partnership with Investor Claim Partner (ICP).” Buy-back of luxury bridal house Pallas preserves jobs 9 February 2018 The West Australian reports that “the co-founder of luxury bridal house Pallas has bought back the business out of administration, preserving most of its 30 jobs.

The company fell into liquidation in December last year, 13 months after it was revealed that the personal records of 550,000 donors to the Red Cross Blood Service were exposed online.

Precedent had been engaged to redesign and maintain the Red Cross' core website in 2015.” Failed Sydney predictive analytics vendor Veriluma gets 0,000 lifeline 22 February 2018 CRN reports that “creditors of capsized Sydney analytics software vendor Veriluma have accepted a 0,000 acquisition proposal from wholesale investor Canary Capital.

Matthew Rixon, 33, was the subject of an arrest warrant issued in NSW on January 12 after he failed to appear in the NSW Supreme Court.” Unique Estates goes under, with 30 jobs to go 15 February 2018 The Australian reports that “the plans of more than 100 home vendors in Australia and around the world have been thrown into disarray with administrators appointed “joint managers” over one of Australia’s top luxury real estate agencies, Unique Estates, with the company confirming in an email to staff it is unable to pay wages.” CQ construction firm folds, owing over million 13 February 2018 The Morning Bulletin reports that “Rockhampton civil and mine site construction company Busby Contracting Pty Ltd has gone into voluntary liquidation owing more than million to creditors, employees and the tax office.

The decision to wind the company up came at a general meeting held in Brisbane on February 5.” Craigieburn has the third highest number of insolvencies across Australia, data shows 13 February 2018 The Herald Sun reports that “property powerhouse Craigieburn has the third highest rate of people declaring bankruptcy in Australia due to record mortgages and lacklustre wage growth, alarming data reveals.The suburb has been hit by financial stress with 88 people recording personal insolvencies in 2017, according to a report by credit information bureau illion.” Plumber, owed 0k, one of 77 victims in GJ Gardner Bathurst's collapse 8 February 2018 The Western Advocate reports that “Geoff Bennett is owed more than 0,000 by the directors of GJ Gardner Homes Bathurst – and he will never see a cent of it. Bennett is one of 77 creditors caught up in the collapse of the business, which went into liquidation in August last year.Collectively the directors of the company, which had been trading as Aluka Constructions, owe unsecured creditors in excess of

The decision to wind the company up came at a general meeting held in Brisbane on February 5.” Craigieburn has the third highest number of insolvencies across Australia, data shows 13 February 2018 The Herald Sun reports that “property powerhouse Craigieburn has the third highest rate of people declaring bankruptcy in Australia due to record mortgages and lacklustre wage growth, alarming data reveals.The suburb has been hit by financial stress with 88 people recording personal insolvencies in 2017, according to a report by credit information bureau illion.” Plumber, owed $100k, one of 77 victims in GJ Gardner Bathurst's collapse 8 February 2018 The Western Advocate reports that “Geoff Bennett is owed more than $100,000 by the directors of GJ Gardner Homes Bathurst – and he will never see a cent of it. Bennett is one of 77 creditors caught up in the collapse of the business, which went into liquidation in August last year.Collectively the directors of the company, which had been trading as Aluka Constructions, owe unsecured creditors in excess of $1.3 million – none of which is likely to ever be repaid.“ Cooper and Oxley into administration 8 February 2018 SBS reports that “embattled building companies Cooper & Oxley, and Cooper & Oxley WA have entered voluntary administration, which could leave some local subcontractors up to $1 million out of pocket.Terms of the proposal are believed to include interest payments of 4.5 per cent with a 15-year amortisation period.” Northern Territory Government approves restart of defunct Roper Bar iron ore mine 15 February 2018 ABC News Online reports that “a defunct iron ore mine project in the Roper River region has been given the green light to restart operations by the Northern Territory Government.International shipping and mining company British Marine, which also has an interest in Queensland bauxite operations, has invested in the mine through its subsidiary Britmar (Aust).” Clive Mensink, Clive Palmer’s fugitive nephew found in Europe 11 February 2018 The Australian reports that “fugitive Australian businessman Clive Mensink, on the run for 20 months, has been found living the high life in Europe having shed a dramatic amount of weight.Kangaroo Tent City & BBQs, an NSW manufacturer and retailer of camping and outdoor gear, announced its collapse on 2 February.” Petra Hair Care collapses into liquidation 2 February 2018 The Sydney Morning Herald reports that “Petra Hair Care has collapsed into liquidation after 52 years in business.

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The decision to wind the company up came at a general meeting held in Brisbane on February 5.” Craigieburn has the third highest number of insolvencies across Australia, data shows 13 February 2018 The Herald Sun reports that “property powerhouse Craigieburn has the third highest rate of people declaring bankruptcy in Australia due to record mortgages and lacklustre wage growth, alarming data reveals.

The suburb has been hit by financial stress with 88 people recording personal insolvencies in 2017, according to a report by credit information bureau illion.” Plumber, owed $100k, one of 77 victims in GJ Gardner Bathurst's collapse 8 February 2018 The Western Advocate reports that “Geoff Bennett is owed more than $100,000 by the directors of GJ Gardner Homes Bathurst – and he will never see a cent of it. Bennett is one of 77 creditors caught up in the collapse of the business, which went into liquidation in August last year.

Collectively the directors of the company, which had been trading as Aluka Constructions, owe unsecured creditors in excess of $1.3 million – none of which is likely to ever be repaid.“ Cooper and Oxley into administration 8 February 2018 SBS reports that “embattled building companies Cooper & Oxley, and Cooper & Oxley WA have entered voluntary administration, which could leave some local subcontractors up to $1 million out of pocket.

Terms of the proposal are believed to include interest payments of 4.5 per cent with a 15-year amortisation period.” Northern Territory Government approves restart of defunct Roper Bar iron ore mine 15 February 2018 ABC News Online reports that “a defunct iron ore mine project in the Roper River region has been given the green light to restart operations by the Northern Territory Government.

International shipping and mining company British Marine, which also has an interest in Queensland bauxite operations, has invested in the mine through its subsidiary Britmar (Aust).” Clive Mensink, Clive Palmer’s fugitive nephew found in Europe 11 February 2018 The Australian reports that “fugitive Australian businessman Clive Mensink, on the run for 20 months, has been found living the high life in Europe having shed a dramatic amount of weight.

Kangaroo Tent City & BBQs, an NSW manufacturer and retailer of camping and outdoor gear, announced its collapse on 2 February.” Petra Hair Care collapses into liquidation 2 February 2018 The Sydney Morning Herald reports that “Petra Hair Care has collapsed into liquidation after 52 years in business.

.3 million – none of which is likely to ever be repaid.“ Cooper and Oxley into administration 8 February 2018 SBS reports that “embattled building companies Cooper & Oxley, and Cooper & Oxley WA have entered voluntary administration, which could leave some local subcontractors up to

The decision to wind the company up came at a general meeting held in Brisbane on February 5.” Craigieburn has the third highest number of insolvencies across Australia, data shows 13 February 2018 The Herald Sun reports that “property powerhouse Craigieburn has the third highest rate of people declaring bankruptcy in Australia due to record mortgages and lacklustre wage growth, alarming data reveals.The suburb has been hit by financial stress with 88 people recording personal insolvencies in 2017, according to a report by credit information bureau illion.” Plumber, owed $100k, one of 77 victims in GJ Gardner Bathurst's collapse 8 February 2018 The Western Advocate reports that “Geoff Bennett is owed more than $100,000 by the directors of GJ Gardner Homes Bathurst – and he will never see a cent of it. Bennett is one of 77 creditors caught up in the collapse of the business, which went into liquidation in August last year.Collectively the directors of the company, which had been trading as Aluka Constructions, owe unsecured creditors in excess of $1.3 million – none of which is likely to ever be repaid.“ Cooper and Oxley into administration 8 February 2018 SBS reports that “embattled building companies Cooper & Oxley, and Cooper & Oxley WA have entered voluntary administration, which could leave some local subcontractors up to $1 million out of pocket.Terms of the proposal are believed to include interest payments of 4.5 per cent with a 15-year amortisation period.” Northern Territory Government approves restart of defunct Roper Bar iron ore mine 15 February 2018 ABC News Online reports that “a defunct iron ore mine project in the Roper River region has been given the green light to restart operations by the Northern Territory Government.International shipping and mining company British Marine, which also has an interest in Queensland bauxite operations, has invested in the mine through its subsidiary Britmar (Aust).” Clive Mensink, Clive Palmer’s fugitive nephew found in Europe 11 February 2018 The Australian reports that “fugitive Australian businessman Clive Mensink, on the run for 20 months, has been found living the high life in Europe having shed a dramatic amount of weight.Kangaroo Tent City & BBQs, an NSW manufacturer and retailer of camping and outdoor gear, announced its collapse on 2 February.” Petra Hair Care collapses into liquidation 2 February 2018 The Sydney Morning Herald reports that “Petra Hair Care has collapsed into liquidation after 52 years in business.

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The decision to wind the company up came at a general meeting held in Brisbane on February 5.” Craigieburn has the third highest number of insolvencies across Australia, data shows 13 February 2018 The Herald Sun reports that “property powerhouse Craigieburn has the third highest rate of people declaring bankruptcy in Australia due to record mortgages and lacklustre wage growth, alarming data reveals.

The suburb has been hit by financial stress with 88 people recording personal insolvencies in 2017, according to a report by credit information bureau illion.” Plumber, owed $100k, one of 77 victims in GJ Gardner Bathurst's collapse 8 February 2018 The Western Advocate reports that “Geoff Bennett is owed more than $100,000 by the directors of GJ Gardner Homes Bathurst – and he will never see a cent of it. Bennett is one of 77 creditors caught up in the collapse of the business, which went into liquidation in August last year.

Collectively the directors of the company, which had been trading as Aluka Constructions, owe unsecured creditors in excess of $1.3 million – none of which is likely to ever be repaid.“ Cooper and Oxley into administration 8 February 2018 SBS reports that “embattled building companies Cooper & Oxley, and Cooper & Oxley WA have entered voluntary administration, which could leave some local subcontractors up to $1 million out of pocket.

Terms of the proposal are believed to include interest payments of 4.5 per cent with a 15-year amortisation period.” Northern Territory Government approves restart of defunct Roper Bar iron ore mine 15 February 2018 ABC News Online reports that “a defunct iron ore mine project in the Roper River region has been given the green light to restart operations by the Northern Territory Government.

International shipping and mining company British Marine, which also has an interest in Queensland bauxite operations, has invested in the mine through its subsidiary Britmar (Aust).” Clive Mensink, Clive Palmer’s fugitive nephew found in Europe 11 February 2018 The Australian reports that “fugitive Australian businessman Clive Mensink, on the run for 20 months, has been found living the high life in Europe having shed a dramatic amount of weight.

Kangaroo Tent City & BBQs, an NSW manufacturer and retailer of camping and outdoor gear, announced its collapse on 2 February.” Petra Hair Care collapses into liquidation 2 February 2018 The Sydney Morning Herald reports that “Petra Hair Care has collapsed into liquidation after 52 years in business.

million out of pocket.Terms of the proposal are believed to include interest payments of 4.5 per cent with a 15-year amortisation period.” Northern Territory Government approves restart of defunct Roper Bar iron ore mine 15 February 2018 ABC News Online reports that “a defunct iron ore mine project in the Roper River region has been given the green light to restart operations by the Northern Territory Government.International shipping and mining company British Marine, which also has an interest in Queensland bauxite operations, has invested in the mine through its subsidiary Britmar (Aust).” Clive Mensink, Clive Palmer’s fugitive nephew found in Europe 11 February 2018 The Australian reports that “fugitive Australian businessman Clive Mensink, on the run for 20 months, has been found living the high life in Europe having shed a dramatic amount of weight.Kangaroo Tent City & BBQs, an NSW manufacturer and retailer of camping and outdoor gear, announced its collapse on 2 February.” Petra Hair Care collapses into liquidation 2 February 2018 The Sydney Morning Herald reports that “Petra Hair Care has collapsed into liquidation after 52 years in business.