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Super Pit moves a million tonnes of dirt in biggest blast for years

The blast required more than 200 tonnes of explosives and drew a big Goldfields crowd.

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Girls Focus On Mining Camp Northern Star visit

‘You can’t be what you can’t see’: girls flock to eye-opening Goldfields mining camp

Nearly 50 female high school students headed to Kalgoorlie-Boulder for a unique and up-close look at the mining sector.

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Mining Legends loader rebuild

How a ‘hare-brained’ mining idea raised nearly $1 million for charity

An old loader which had reached the end of its usual lifespan has been reborn in the Goldfields with some far-reaching impacts.

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The electric ute being trialled by BHP

BHP takes first steps towards ‘electric ute’ transition in WA

BHP will become the latest WA miner to trial an ‘electric ute’ after announcing a new collaboration with Toyota.

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Female truck drivers at Mineral Resources

All-female WA haul truck driving class set for big things

Mineral Resources hopes this unique crop of graduates will help further break down stereotypes around the mining and resources sector.

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Jayson Meyers geologist

How a Californian kid became a WA outback explorer

Jayson Meyers never imagined that childhood trips into the US desert would lead to a thrilling career on the other side of the globe.

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Lake Kepwari - then and now

World-class WA rehab transforms old coal mine into aquatic playground

It's now the best part of 25 years since the Western Five mine in Collie closed. But now the site has been given new and remarkable life.

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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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‘Instant’ Aussie diamonds could provide a cutting edge on mine sites

Just as Superman once made coal into diamonds with his bare hands, Australian scientists have found a way to produce diamonds at room temperature.

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Todd Bond 'crop circles'

‘Crop circles on the ocean floor’: WA scientist’s remarkable find

Todd Bond's research on WA's North West Shelf has uncovered some fascinating possibilities for oil and gas operators.

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