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  • Wesfarmers - Memberships and accreditations
    the Carbon Disclosure Project and CDP Water Click here for more information on the CDP Close Forest Footprint Disclosure Project FFD The Forest Footprint Disclosure Project FFD is an initiative supported by the United Kingdom Government and several investor or funds management groups It is modelled on the Carbon Disclosure Project and requests participating companies to disclose how their operations impact on forests world wide and the strategies being employed to manage those impacts responsibly Wesfarmers responded to the FFD in 2010 and the FFD 2010 Annual survey report was released on 27 January 2011 the 2011 FFD report will be released in February 2012 Click hereto view the FFD s Annual survey Close Dow Jones Sustainability Index DJSI Wesfarmers Limited is one of 20 Australian companies included in the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes DJSI for the DJSI World Index in 2011 as at September 2011 Wesfarmers is also included in the DJSI Asia Pacific Index The DJSI was launched in 1999 as the first global index to track the financial and sustainability performance of leading companies Our DJSI assessment for 2010 11 is summarised on page 13 of our 2011Sustainability Report Below is a link to the2010 11 DJSI Benchmark report for Wesfarmers Click here for more information on the DJSI Click here to view the 2010 11 DJSI Benchmark report for Wesfarmers Close Business Council of Australia BCA The BCA is one of the major business organisations in Australia and is very active in advancing ideas and participating in policy processes to advance the cause of strong and sustainable economic growth employment business reform global engagement and other relevant issues within Australia Wesfarmers is a long standing and active member of the BCA Click here for more information on the BCA Close Energy Users Association of Australia EUAA The Association exists to represent the views of energy users in Australia within policy and regulatory frameworks and forums and energy markets and strives to achieve an Australian energy supply system that is competitive effectively regulated and environmentally sustainable Wesfarmers operates many businesses that are large users of energy and through the former Coles Group businesses has been associated with EUAA for many years Click here for more information on the EUAA Close Australian Institute of Management AIM The institute is a not for profit entity which exists to promote the advancement of education and learning in the field of management and leadership for commerce industry and government Wesfarmers supports the objectives of AIM through its corporate membership participation in various training programmes and many Wesfarmers staff are personal members of the Institute Click here for more information on the AIM Close Green Building Council of Australia GBCA The Green Building Council of Australia GBCA was founded in 2002 Wesfarmers joined in 2010 and the Coles Group had previously been a member and has the dual objectives of integrating green and sustainable building initiatives into the mainstream design construction and operation of buildings and promoting sustainability through green building programs

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  • Wesfarmers - Working Towards Reconciliation
    Shareholder Information Share registry General Meetings Direct Voting Dividend Information Dividend investment plan Capital returns rights issues and rearrangements Wesfarmers Partially Protected Shares WESN ASX announcements Corporate Governance Recent Reports Five year financial history Share price details Results Presentations Email alerts Corporate Transactions Coles acquisition 2008 Pro Rata Entitlement Offer 2009 Pro Rata Entitlement Offer Debt Investors Frequently asked questions Careers Working at Wesfarmers Careers within our businesses Careers within our corporate office Current Opportunities Graduate opportunities Centenary Centenary Timeline Centenary Information Latest News About The Centenary Dates Your Stories Centenary Stories Centenary Community Concert Centenary Gallery Contact Home Community Working Towards Reconciliation Working Towards Reconciliation As part of our commitment to the community Wesfarmers is dedicated to ensuring that our businesses are places where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples feel welcome and valued as employees customers and citizens To do this Wesfarmers has a Reconciliation Action Plan which outlines specific measurable actions to be undertaken across the Wesfarmers Group targeting employment supplier diversity and community engagement As a large employer Wesfarmers can provide Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples with greater opportunities to participate in our country s economic prosperity through sustainable employment in addition to support through

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  • Wesfarmers - Wesfarmers Arts
    three decades and the focus has remained consistent works must serve as a sound investment and be accessible to the community through loans and exhibitions Today in addition to the collection Wesfarmers operates an award winning art support program under the umbrella of Wesfarmers Arts involving an association with a range of performing and visual arts companies and organisations in Western Australia and nationally 2012 marked a milestone in our 16 year relationship with WASO as Wesfarmers WASO Principal Partner Our longest standing collaboration is with the Art Gallery of Western Australia with which we have worked since the 1980s on exhibition publication and major legacy building projects to develop the State Art Collection and extend the opportunities to connect people with art The Wesfarmers Arts Commission Series saw us working for the first time with the Perth International Arts Festival in what has evolved into an extended relationship our state s four flagship arts companies to commission new work that continues in new ways today to draw together artists designers composers choreographers directors producers and companies from around the country and the world Each year thousands of our employees in Western Australia and nationally attend a wide range of arts events that offer them and their families the chance to enjoy exhibitions performances behind the scene tours and talks by leading artists from Australia and around the world For many these events bring them into museums concert halls galleries and theatres for the first time enriching the working lives of our employees and building new audiences for the arts Wesfarmers Arts News Northam s Avon Advocate covers Wesfarmers Centenary Community Concert Northam s Avon Advocate has covered the Wesfarmers Centenary Community Concert set for April 2014 Their article is can be found at their website here For the latest

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  • Wesfarmers - Our Collection
    Debt Investors Frequently asked questions Careers Working at Wesfarmers Careers within our businesses Careers within our corporate office Current Opportunities Graduate opportunities Centenary Centenary Timeline Centenary Information Latest News About The Centenary Dates Your Stories Centenary Stories Centenary Community Concert Centenary Gallery Contact Home Community Wesfarmers Arts Our Collection Our Collection The Wesfarmers Collection of Australian Art Wesfarmers has collected Australian art for over three decades From General Manager John Bennison s first acquisition in 1977 of a pastoral scene by the Australian impressionist Elioth Gruner our purpose has been to accentuate the value of art in the workplace and encourage an understanding of the importance to society of supporting creative thinking and artistic vision The Wesfarmers Collection comprises paintings photographs works on paper and sculpture by leading Australian artists from the colonial period through to contemporary times In recent years the scope of the collection has expanded to include work by leading New Zealand artists and a greater emphasis placed on representing the rich diversity of contemporary Australian indigenous art The collection is shared with the community through an active loan and exhibition program LUMINOUS WORLD Contemporary art from the Wesfarmers Collection A Wesfarmers and Art Gallery of Western

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  • Wesfarmers - Wesfarmers Arts Partners
    well as contributing to the acquisition of major works for the State Collection Currently on show at AGWA until February 2013 is the exhibition LUMINOUS WORLD contemporary art from the Wesfarmers Collection Visit the Art Gallery of Western Australia website Back to top Bell Shakespeare Company Wesfarmers Arts has supported Bell Shakespeare since 1996 and remains this leading Australian theatre company s longest standing corporate partner Shakespeare s work explores human experience at its limits It was never just meant to be read Bell Shakespeare believe the only way to truly appreciate his work is to see it brought to life through live performance Shakespeare and other great works they present are not stuck in the past but that they are the key to exploring our present and imagining our future These works challenge our beliefs and urge us to see ourselves in a new light These plays are not static and neither is Bell Shakespeare They have been travelling the country for more than 22 years bringing classic theatre to Australia looking for new ways to educate collaborate and recreate Bell Shakespeare presents Australian theatre s most comprehensive and wide reaching education programme allowing students and teachers young and not so young across this great country to experience Shakespeare the way it was meant to be experienced Visit the Bell Shakespeare Company website Back to top Black Swan State Theatre Company Black Swan State Theatre Company is Western Australia s flagship theatre company championing new Australian work and celebrating the classics to ignite discussion and inspire the imagination with great live theatre Through a year round program of main house productions at the magnificent new State Theatre Centre of Western Australia as well as an active education program and outreach to regional communities Black Swan engages audiences with the shared experience of live theatre Visit the Black Swan State Theatre Company website Back to top Musica Viva Australia Musica Viva brings the world s best chamber music ensembles to Australian audiences presenting hundreds of concerts by international musicians each year to communities across the country MVA s critically acclaimed concert programs and award winning schools initiatives engage people of all ages with the experience of contemporary and classical chamber music from around the globe Visit the Musica Viva Australia website Back to top National Gallery of Australia National Indigenous Arts Partner Wesfarmers became the Gallery s official Indigenous Art Partner from 2012 The partnership spans the award winning Wesfarmers Arts Indigenous Fellowships program and the National Gallery s full range of indigenous art programming including the internationally acclaimed Indigenous Art Triennial The partnership began in 2009 with the announcement of the Wesfarmers Arts Indigenous Fellowship and Leadership program a national initiative aimed at increasing participation by Indigenous people in visual arts management across Australia s gallery and museum sector Visit the National Gallery of Australia website Back to top Perth International Arts Festival Wesfarmers has worked in partnership with the Festival since 2004 in an ongoing program of commissioning

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  • Wesfarmers - Centenary Community Concert
    9 00pm Headline performance by West Australian Symphony Orchestra WASO and West Australian Opera WAO Do I need a ticket for the event The Wesfarmers Centenary Concert is a general admission event and free to attend so tickets are not required What time should I arrive Gates open at 4 00pm with pre show entertainment commencing at 4 30pm and the main performance commencing at 7 00pm We encourage guests to arrive early to allow time to park make your way into the venue find a viewing area and enjoy the picnic atmosphere How do I find further information and updates on the event Keep an eye on this page for updates on the event or you might like to register your details below or follow us on Twitter Wesfarmers Back to top General information Is parking available Parking is available on Jubilee Oval and surrounding streets around Northam However we do recommend guests consider carpooling or arranging local community buses through their Shire and sporting clubs Please note there will be some road closures around the venue Can I purchase or bring food or alcohol to the concert Guests are welcome to bring their own food and beverages including alcohol to the concert A variety of food stalls will also be set up at the venue Please note the Wesfarmers Centenary Community Concert is a BYO alcohol event only The Concert will not be licensed no alcohol will be available for purchase at the event The conditions of entry include some restrictions on the volume and type of alcohol which can be brought into the venue Will there be security checks For everyone s safety security will be present and bag checks may be carried out at the entrance to the event What should I bring to the event Blankets cushions low or high chairs if you prefer not to sit on the grass Hats and sunscreen for sun protection Food and drinks if you wish these will also be available for purchase A raincoat or poncho if rain is forecast Are there any prohibited items The following will not be permitted in the venue Alcohol quantities and types which do not meet the Conditions of Entry Tents and sun shelters Cameras with powerful zoom lenses Pets other than guide dogs For more information please read the full conditions of entry Will there be viewing screens Yes two large LED screens will be displayed either side of the stage showing live footage of the performance Is there free seating and what type of seating can I bring The event site will be marked for audience seating with blanket low seat and high seat areas All seating areas will be line marked and ushers will be present to help direct you to the suitable seating area depending on what type of seating you have Please note tents or sun shelters are not permitted Can I take photos and videos during the event Yes but professional recording of stage performances using

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  • Wesfarmers - Partially Protected Shares
    Entitlement Offer 2009 Pro Rata Entitlement Offer Debt Investors Frequently asked questions Careers Working at Wesfarmers Careers within our businesses Careers within our corporate office Current Opportunities Graduate opportunities Centenary Centenary Timeline Centenary Information Latest News About The Centenary Dates Your Stories Centenary Stories Centenary Community Concert Centenary Gallery Contact Home Partially Protected Shares Partially Protected Shares Wesfarmers partially protected shares were a class of Wesfarmers ordinary shares issued to former shareholders of Coles Group Limited under the Scheme of Arrangement approved by Coles Group Limited shareholders on 7 November 2007 On Thursday 21 November 2013 Wesfarmers advised that the trigger for the early reclassification of Wesfarmers partially protected shares into Wesfarmers ordinary shares had occurred As a result partially protected shares were reclassified into Wesfarmers ordinary shares on Monday 9 December 2013 on a one for one basis Please find below some further information regarding the partially protected shares and their reclassification into ordinary shares Holders of partially protected shares do not need to do anything in relation to the reclassification General information WESN terms of issue WESN terms of issue summary Reclassification of PPS Background to reclassification Changes to WESN terms of issue Relationship with share consolidation and

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  • Wesfarmers - 2009 Pro-Rata Entitlement Offer
    Careers within our corporate office Current Opportunities Graduate opportunities Centenary Centenary Timeline Centenary Information Latest News About The Centenary Dates Your Stories Centenary Stories Centenary Community Concert Centenary Gallery Contact Home Investors Corporate Transactions 2009 Pro Rata Entitlement Offer 2009 Pro Rata Entitlement Offer On 22 January 2009 Wesfarmers announced a three for seven accelerated non renounceable entitlement offer New Wesfarmers ordinary shares were offered to eligible shareholders at a price of 13 50 per share The new shares were not registered under the Securities Act or the securities laws of any state of the United States and were not offered or sold in the US or to or for the account of benefit of US persons except in transactions exempt from the registration requirements of the Securities Act and applicable state securities laws The ASX releases and other material available in regard to this offer can be viewed by selecting the links below Wesfarmers 2009 Retail Entitlement Offer booklet click here to download an electronic copy of the Booklet ASX releases 25 February 2009 Completion of Retail Entitlement Offer 6 February 2009 Notice Under Section 708A 5 e Corporations Act 2001 5 February 2009 Appendix 3B Placement 29 January

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