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The incredible, untold story of Ces Leary, WA’s trailblazing female geophysicist

She might well have been Australia's first female geophysicist. But it's only in the past two years that Ces Leary's family have learned how remarkable their pioneering relative was.

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The golden discovery poised to change the way we look at the Pilbara

Emerging explorer and project developer De Grey Mining is out to prove there is much more to mining in WA's North West than iron ore.

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Ken Brinsden

The Drilldown: how Ken went back to his Kalgoorlie roots and then kicked on

We caught up with Pilbara Minerals boss Ken Brinsden to talk about his start in mining, why he joined the emerging lithium and tantalum producer and the exciting outlook for WA's battery sector.

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The very rare night parrot

‘Australia’s most elusive bird’ pops up in the Pilbara

A species of parrot that went missing for 67 years and is considered to be one of the world’s rarest birds has been found in WA’s Pilbara for the second time in a year.

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Evolution Mining Electric Vehicle

Evolution joins mining’s EV revolution

The Rokion R200 is being trialled at the Frogs Leg Underground mine, where it is being used daily to transport workers around site, inspect operational areas and ferry light loads.

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King Henry gold rock Perth Mint

King Henry, the giant gold rock, goes on permanent display in WA

The monstrous gold specimen weighs upwards of 93kg and is estimated to contain gold worth more than $3 million.

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How a ‘joke’ suit jacket suddenly made Rob hi-vis

Rob Glenn's unique array of tailored jackets are a nod to his sense of humour - but also the lessons he passes on to mining professionals around the country.

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Last of the Kimberley’s rare pink diamonds go on sale

The mining may have stopped at Rio Tinto’s world-famous Argyle Diamond Mine, but the rare gems are still making headlines around the world.

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The ‘little’ program achieving big hearing results in the Pilbara

Hearing is one of the foundations of learning - and by addressing problems early, Pilbara children are being set up for better success at school.

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Justin Zimama working for Northern Star

Finding new careers and renewed hope in WA’s Goldfields

Many migrants and refugees come to Australia seeking security and better opportunities. But the road to finding them isn't always easy.

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