Pilbara towns cop a year’s worth of rain in a fortnight, record ‘coldest’ days

It’s supposed to be the start of dry season in WA’s north but don’t try telling that to any of the Pilbara towns that have been deluged by rain in the second half of May.

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Giant wind turbines to power major WA nickel processing operations

A wind farm with turbines measuring 200m in height is set to help provide the power requirements of three of BHP’s major nickel processing operations in WA. 

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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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‘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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Port Hedland left feeling dusty as ex-Tropical Cyclone Anika sweeps across the Pilbara

Port Hedland experienced a wild and woolly Tuesday afternoon as areas of the Pilbara remain on alert for the impact of ex-Tropical Cyclone Anika. 

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The Pilbara – beautiful one moment, apocalyptic skies the next 

Pilbara towns and mine sites are used to expecting some of the unexpected during wet season – but the past few weeks have been particularly fruitful for storm chasers and weather watchers. 

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‘It’s like mining…only in reverse’

Geoff Dyer’s career journey provides a neat little illustration of the changing face and nature of mining in WA over the past few decades. 

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The WA tech company aiming to make mining and resources a meta place 

RemSense and Steven Brown started out in the drone photography business - but soon realised they were headed somewhere far more exciting.

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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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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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