Mental health ambassador Soa 'The Hulk' Palelei

Soa the Hulk’s new fight – tackling mental health on mine sites

He earned international fame fighting in cages but these days Soa “The Hulk” Palelei can be found tackling the very important issue of mental health on mine sites around WA.  Palelei, who retired from mixed martial arts in 2015 after 27 fights and 22 wins (including four in the prestigious UFC), experienced homelessness and physical abuse as […]

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Daniel Tucker Carey Mining

Meet the man and company chasing mining’s ‘impossible dream’

Twenty five years ago in WA's Goldfields, Daniel Tucker started what would become Australia's biggest Aboriginal-owned company. But he now has his sights set on even bigger goals.

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Indonesian Asteroid

Coffin-maker dodges asteroid death, becomes instant millionaire

This is one of the rare occasions in life when a meteorite hitting your house is the equivalent of winning the lottery.

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Tronox program helps ‘shy’ Christina find her voice

A collaborative partnership between Tronox and Australind Senior High School is opening up new career opportunities for female Aboriginal students.

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Griffin Coal apprentice Summah Marshall

‘Seeing a Haulpak for the first time…I fell in love’

Thanks to an apprenticeship with Griffin Coal, Summah Marshall has started a career she knows could take her around the world.

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Defence vets find ‘head space’ in Jarrahdale bushland

Challenges faced by defence force personnel transitioning back into society at the end of their service are well known but rarely easily solved.

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The big Australian’s big focus on health

In remote regions of Western Australia, good quality health care can often be a hit and miss affair, with many people traveling to big population hubs to get the treatment they need. For the people of Newman in WA’s Pilbara region access to health services is a big issue. “Health has been a big challenge […]

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Edgar Basto: From Colombia to Australia

Originally from Colombia, Edgar Basto early life was tough, selling lottery tickets were just a few of the things he had to do to help his mother make ends meet. The things he did had going for him were a remarkable brain and the support of a loving family and his teachers. That brain and […]

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$50,000 gold nugget lost then found in the outback

After leaving a $50,000 gold nugget on the roof of their car and driving off along a remote outback road in Western Australia’s, Wheatbelt the owners of the nugget, who are in their 80s, soon realised their mistake and made a desperate call to police in the hope that it would be found. The nugget […]

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Doral joins the Pinjarra community to help build a new Men’s shed

Minerals sands miner, Doral, partnered with the local Pinjarra community to help build a new Men’s Shed. The shed was sorely needed in the Pinjarra community to provide a safe, friendly and welcoming environment where members are able to work on meaningful projects at their own pace and in their own time and most importantly […]

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