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FAWNA Possum Finishing School

World-first possum finishing school prepares endangered creatures for life back in the wild

The school aims to prepare orphaned or abandoned young Western Ringtail Possums for life back in the bush.

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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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MiCone Australia

Going global: WA drillers and blasters set to take bright idea to the world

A stunningly simple but effective invention could be about to provide a solution to one of mining's long-standing safety risks.

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Alcoa steps up to help our iconic and threatened Black-Cockatoos

Bauxite miner and alumina producer Alcoa is taking a multifaceted approach to helping Western Australia’s iconic Black-Cockatoos.

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Bortana EV

Meet the battery-powered 4WD that could change the Australian mining scene

As a mining engineer, Steve Durkin always wanted to know why things were done the way they were done. His latest innovation could be about to significantly change staus quo.

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Eastern Pacific LNG carrier

BHP adding LNG-fuelled carriers to transport WA iron ore

The iron ore miner says the new fleet could reduce greenhouse gas emissions by more than 30 per cent per voyage.

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Goldfields wildflower

First mining companies join Australian carbon neutral ranks

A small Goldfields drilling company run by twin brothers is among two Australian mining businesses to be certified as carbon neutral.

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Anthony Jones

Docker turned Eagle embraces FIFO life instead of AFL hub

Anthony Jones has added a new listing to an already very interesting CV - FIFO worker.

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Ngajarli Trail

A new view for the world’s densest collection of rock art

Murujuga National Park is home to more than one million pieces of rock art, some of it more than 40,000 years old.

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Electric car

How lithium could power WA into the future

Chances are you’ve heard of lithium and what it could eventually mean to WA’s economic future.   Soft enough to be cut with a kitchen knife and so low in density that it floats on water, lithium is also capable of storing exceptional amounts of power compared to its physical size – which is why rechargeable lithium-ion batteries power not only our smartphones and laptops but also the electric […]

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