Like father, like daughter as first Rail Academy intake graduates

The first 60 members of BHP’s Pilbara Rail Academy are set to graduate – with a special father-daughter story among them. 

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Genuine cold snap hits the Pilbara after flooding rain

The weather system that dumped several months’ worth of rain on some Pilbara towns has also turned the region decidedly cold – even in comparison with the South West of the State.

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Dockers hi-vis finds its way to….Kentucky?

You might remember the Fremantle Dockers hi-vis wear that we wrote about last year?

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Pilbara now home to Australia’s biggest undeveloped open pit gold deposit 

It might still be “iron ore country” to many people but WA’s Pilbara continues to emerge as a current and future source of gold.

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WA mine site worker reels in monster catch, feeds colleagues 

A WA mine site worker is soaking up his moment in the sun after catching a bass grouper that weighed more than 50kg. 

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Pilbara towns cop a year’s worth of rain in a fortnight, record ‘coldest’ days

It’s supposed to be the start of dry season in WA’s north but don’t try telling that to any of the Pilbara towns that have been deluged by rain in the second half of May.

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Miners from all walks of life find success in emergency response action

f you are looking for proof that successful emergency response team members come from all mining walks of life, look no further than Evolution Mining’s Mungari Operations. 

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Mining volunteers step up to help one of their own in snake bite emergency

When Megan Brouwer accompanied her family on a hiking trip in Karijini National Park, the last thing she expected was to be bitten by one of Australia's most venomous snakes. But the surprises didn't stop there.

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Sisters aren’t just doing it for themselves

When Rowena Leslie and Katrina Stubbs were looking for inspiration to start a small business in the Goldfields, they turned to an industry that was well-entrenched in their family.

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World-first autonomous road train project steps up a gear in WA

Mineral Resources seems to have hit paydirt with its autonomous road train project – announcing a world-first success from a platoon hauling a cumulative 900 tonnes of iron ore. 

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