‘A robot to clean my room’: WA kids get a head start on skills of the future

Manjimup Primary School is the first of a number across the South West to introduce a new digital technologies program aimed at providing a grounding in the skills needed for the jobs of tomorrow.

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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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How the most leggy creature in history was found in a WA mining hole

It was a discovery that made headlines around the world - and even experienced scientists are still blown away by it.

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Kalgoorlie wakes to a shake for a different reason

Anyone who has ever lived in Kalgoorlie-Boulder – or even visited – can tell you that it’s not unusual to feel WA’s best-known gold mining town shaking.  The iconic Super Pit blasts on a regular basis, with some of those being bigger and more spectacular than others.  But pre-dawn on Tuesday morning, Kalgoorlie-Boulder residents had […]

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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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The electric plane revolution may already be upon us

Hanging out to take to the skies in an electric aircraft? You already can...

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Tracking and preserving the ‘little dinosaurs’ of the WA bush

Only a few hundred metres off a busy highway north of Perth, lies a small parcel of woodland that is vital to learning more about and preserving one of WA’s most-loved but also endangered birds.

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Weird space rock from 4.5 billion years ago points towards mining’s future

Meteorites originating from a dwarf planet that was likely destroyed more than 4.5 billion years ago might not seem to have much to do with modern mining...but they could well have big implications for its future. 

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August downpours spark stunning WA wildflower season

A wet end to winter hasn’t just been good for metropolitan gardens – it's helping fuel a bumper wildflower season through WA’s Mid West.

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