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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Meet Flora – the home-grown machine aiding world-class mining rehab in WA

Spend a summer’s day in Eneabba and it’s pretty easy to see why rehabilitation of native vegetation can be a challenging gig. 

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World-first autonomous road train ambition for WA miner

World-first autonomous road trains have been identified as the way of the future for one leading WA iron ore miner.  Mineral Resources recently announced a partnership with specialist Hexagon, to develop an autonomous road solution that would allow triple-trailer trains to haul ore from the Ashburton Hub project to the Port of Ashburton.  Road train convoys […]

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Winds of change: how a WA mine site took a leap of faith and won

Back in 2018, Gold Fields Executive Vice President Australasia Stuart Mathews asked the rest of the company’s board to take a risk.

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WA’s Solar MacGyver won’t stop pushing the boundaries

Dave Sharp doesn't mind at all if you compare him to the hero from one of the 1980s' most iconic TV series.

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