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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‘The real Aussie outback’: how Aditi and Abhishek found a home far away from home

In early 2020, as the COVID-19 pandemic continued to spread across the world, Aditi Malik and her husband Abhishek Goel had plenty to think about. 

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How a child soldier found a new life in mining in Australia

Philip Lako has overcome unimaginable adversity to forge a career - and a life for his family - in WA.

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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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From open pits and evaporation ponds to inviting countryside

In the picturesque landscape of WA's South West, mineral sands miner Iluka has undertaken a rehabilitation project that is genuinely world-class.

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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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Lego life turns out to be a gold mine for Alexander

It took 10 months for Alexander Folkertsma to get one YouTube subscriber - now he has more than a million!

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Alcoa trainees

Trainees from all walks of life find new opportunities in WA mining sector

The 16 trainee process operators who joined Alcoa this year are shining examples of people bringing skills from other careers to new opportunities in mining.

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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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