The 100-million-year-old deposit that could help shape a region

The Kimberley is known around the globe for many things - this probably isn't one of them...yet.

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You’ve probably never seen a mine like this before

There are greenfields mining developments and there are “green fields” projects – and then there is the Tampia Gold Mine, which is one of the few in Western Australia that can lay claim to being both. 

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From France, via Russia and Colombia to the Pilbara, with love (and some great photos!)

If you ever wanted an indication of where a career in mining and resources can take you geographically, look no further than Laurent Trost. 

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Could going back-to-the-future help decarbonise mining exports?

When the Shofu Maru bulk carrier sailed into Newcastle Harbour earlier this week, it might not have appeared to be anything particularly out of the ordinary on first glance. 

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‘Most people never see this’: mapping and snapping WA’s unique wilderness

There’s a certain amount of irony to the fact Kyla Pannell enjoys a job that can take her into the WA wilderness for nearly two weeks at a time and cumulatively for up to a third of the year. 

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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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‘I didn’t know this job existed’: from famous English gardens to the Aussie bush

On face value, it’s tough to imagine two more contrasting environments than Kew Gardens in the UK and Australian bushland.

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The WA scrub that’s an international biodiversity hot spot

It might not look like much but this unique patch of land north of Perth has nearly as many plant species as the entirety of the UK.

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Giant ultrasound could unlock the mineral secrets of WA’s many salt lakes

Advancements in distributed acoustic sensing technology are helping scientists learn what might lie under the earth's surface - without having to dig.

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Researchers find four-billion-year-old piece of Earth’s crust under WA’s South West 

Here's something extra to think about next time you head down south.

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