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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Earth moves for Pilbara miners as quake shakes WA’s North West

It's not uncommon for blasts to get the ground moving in WA's mining communities...but this was something else entirely.

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The WA invention providing a diesel-free option for mine site lighting

The WA-designed MSLT4 ticks a lot of boxes - both in its performance and its emission profile (or lack thereof).

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‘You could hear the rumblings’: Adam built a business around mining’s big shift

Adam Gangemi reckons there is a simple measure when it comes to the increasing focus on decarbonisation in mining operations.

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How rangers in the WA desert found Australia’s most elusive bird

When you’ve become one of only a few dozen people to see the mysterious night parrot, it's understandable that you'd get excited.

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Liquid metal emerges as surprise emission capture and conversion tool

An international team, led by researchers at the University of New South Wales, are aiming to demonstrate that liquid metal can be used to capture and convert CO2 greenhouse emissions at a commercial scale. 

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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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Roy Hill electric loco

Mining’s electric revolution continues with battery-powered ore train for the Pilbara

The electrification of the WA mining industry continues to gather pace, with Roy Hill set to employ the world’s first totally battery-powered locomotive at its Pilbara operations. 

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Relay charging

BHP trials electric mining 4WD that can charge in just 10 minutes

Mining giant BHP is trialling a charging system that will allow electric four-wheel-drives used in its Queensland operations to charge to 171 kilometres of range in as little as 10 minutes. 

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How mussel-power is helping improve a vital WA waterway

Mussels, for many of us, are best known as a delicacy usually enjoyed in a chilli-infused tomato broth, alongside fresh white crusty bread. But they are also a vital part of Australian waterways.

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