DeGrey Pilbara

Potential for giant Pilbara gold mine just got even bigger 

A Pilbara deposit that has created headlines around the world is now poised to become one of Australia’s top-five producing gold mines. 

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Search for secrets of elusive dark matter takes scientists deep into Aussie gold mine

Late last month saw the opening of the Stawell Underground Physics Laboratory (SUPL), one of only two underground particle physics labs in the southern hemisphere

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Entire old mining town up for sale…including its pub! 

Australia is littered with old towns that sprung up to support mining operations and then contracted back to a shadow of their former selves – and now you have the chance to buy one, complete with its own pub. 

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More gold struck under WA deposit that produced famous King Henry rock

Owners of the Beta Hunt mine in the WA Goldfields have announced another exciting discovery nearly directly underneath the “Father’s Day Vein” that produced the famous King Henry rock. 

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‘We want to dig a bloody great pit’: key Super Pit figure fondly remembered

The first chief executive of Kalgoorlie Consolidated Gold Mines and the man who oversaw the early development what became the Super Pit is being fondly remembered after dying at the age of 87.

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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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World-first as electric underground mining-truck goes on trial in WA’s Goldfields 

The electrification of WA’s mining sector is set to step up a notch with the trial of the world’s largest battery-electric underground mining truck in the north-eastern Goldfields.

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‘Never experienced anything like it’: ex-Cyclone Anika whips through WA mine site

The former cyclone was still packing plenty of punch as it wound its way through the Pilbara interior.

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‘I didn’t know what I was applying for…I just wanted a job’

Twenty years after having no idea what he wanted to do with his life, Michael Worthington is now a major employer in Kalgoorlie-Boulder.

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Aussie tech could help mining’s rubber bounce back into something useful

There could soon be a commercial scale option to turn used mining tyres into something useful, in a very cyclical kind of way. 

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