Tech makes resources careers much more than a virtual reality

Thanks to augmented and virtual reality, workers don't even have to go to site to learn key skills or diagnose technical issues.

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Yvette navigates the path less travelled to success in the resources sector

By bucking the trend when it came to choosing her university course, Yvette Manolas has forged herself quite the career.

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WA research suggests sea life ‘more attracted’ to old oil and gas platforms than coral reefs

Researchers from Perth’s Curtin University have found that fish and other sea life may be more attracted to decommissioned oil and gas platforms than the world’s finest coral reefs. 

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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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Amanda Barlow running

Running on plenty: Amanda’s marathon offshore effort

From a young girl with an inherent interest in rocks, Amanda Barlow ended up with a career and a passion for marathons that have taken her around the world.

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Peta Wilson and Fiona Allen at Kuarlu Gift Shop

How an old-school voucher program helped a WA town kick on through COVID

Onslow went back-to-the-future with great effect as the threat of a global pandemic closed in.

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Woodside v Clontarf Gaelic footy

Gaelic footy tradition kicks community goals in the Pilbara

For more than a decade, a unique sporting fixture has helped strengthen community ties between one of Karratha's major employers and local indigenous youth.

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Cooking with Gas

Natural gas is odourless in its natural state. So why does gas have that distinctive “rotten egg” smell?

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