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Dirty Business: How Mining Made Australia - Full Documentary
 
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Sign up to Swagbucks and earn up to $1000 a year by shopping online, watching videos and taking surveys. Click this link for a $3 sign-up bonus: http://bit.ly/2BwRCil Dirty Business: How Mining Made Australia is the history of Australian mining. It portrays how over the last 150 years mining has made Australia rich, yet created an unending struggle over who shares in the wealth. It reveals how mining helped forge democracy yet has repeatedly plotted to influence politics and even overthrow democratically elected leaders. Whilst mining has also been deeply damaging to Aboriginal society, ironically in the 21st century, it may be aboriginal people's best hope of economic self-determination.
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Thousands of mining jobs are waiting in Western Australia but Aussies don’t want them
 
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Thousands of mining jobs are waiting in Western Australia but Aussies don’t want them: https://www.news.com.au/finance/business/mining/thousands-of-mining-jobs-are-waiting-in-western-australia-but-aussies-dont-want-them/news-story/9abb09bee9c85fc6419597a14e77df3e. Thanks for watching, subscribe for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd_ODCcrc4jEWgi4qYyy0wg?sub_confirmation=1  From 2012 to 2016, the mining industry experienced a severe downturn, culling close to 60,000 jobs and making full-time work an almost impossible get. But now, especially in Western Australia and Queensland, the mining industry is on the road to recovery — and companies are begging Aussies to come and work for them. According to the latest data from SEEK, the mining, resource and energy sector has consistently recorded the largest growth in job ads for the past 11 months. The sector is throwing out 32 per cent more job ads now than it was at the same time last year and is posting almost four times more job ads than Australia’s average. But just because mining companies are putting out thousands of ads and offering salaries paying well over $150,000 doesn’t mean Aussies are picking them up. Earlier this week, the CEO of WA’s Chamber of Minerals and Energy backed a migration agreement that would hopefully combat a severe skills shortage in the mining region of the Goldfields. If approved, the Designated Area Migration Agreement would allow overseas workers to be flown over to work in the mines and would make them exempt from the skilled migrants requirement. Chief executive Paul Everingham told the ABC there were more than 1000 vacancies in the Kalgoorlie-Boulder mining sector and said the region was at crisis point.  “You can’t sugar coat that — they’re available now and they’re not being filled, so however you can get them (workers),” Mr Everingham said. “All Australian companies want to employ Australians first, but if there aren’t enough Australians … we have got to remember there’s an infrastructure boom going on in NSW. “So if we have to set up special immigration or work zones, our members would definitely welcome the ability to get access to skilled workers immediately.” The WA mining industry is advertising for thousands of jobs ranging from cleaners to tradesmen to university-educated engineers. But following Mr Everidge’s comments, a number of people involved in the state’s mining industry have said more needs to be done to make relocating an attractive proposition. Despite the huge salaries fly-in fly-out workers earn, most complain of having no work-life balance. FIFO workers typically have higher rates of suicide, struggle with depression due to long hours and loneliness and report higher rates of workplace bullying and alcoholism. In 2015, the West Australian government conducted a 10-month investigation into the state’s FIFO workforce. Lifeline WA admitted in October last year it still had no idea exactly how many FIFO workers were affected by mental illness or how many had committed suicide while away from their families to work in the state’s mines. Even the report issued after the lengthy investigation admitted “the inquiry struck several problem areas in relation to statistics”. “Clear data was difficult to find in the areas of: a definitive total number of workers employed in the Western Australia resources industry on a FIFO #Thousands, #mining, #jobs, #waiting, #WesternAustralia, #Aussies, #don’t, #want, #them #miningindustry, #mentalillness, #mentalhealth, #workersdying, #miningindustryaccounts, #flyinflyoutworkers, #Australiangovernment, #miningsector, #resourcesindustry, #Australiancompanies, #parttimework, #miningcompanies, #miningregion, #mentalhealthissues, #migrationagreement, #skilledmigrantsrequirement, #Companiestalk, #miningjobs, #worklifebalance, #suicidestatistics, #prevalencerate, #suiciderates, #crisispoint, #energysector, #productionsites, #skillsshortage, #problemareas, #WesternAustralia, #Australia, #AustraliaandNewZealand, #Oceania, #Queensland, #UniversityofWesternAustralia, #AustralianBureauofStatistics, #CommunityServices, #MentalHealthCommission, #ChamberofMineralsandEnergy, #PeterMiller, #PaulEveringham, #NatalieWolfe
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VISITING HISTORIC GOLD MINING GHOST CITY OF COOLGARDIE WA WESTERN AUSTRALIA
 
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history kalgoorlie The town was founded in 1892, when gold was discovered in the area. Australia had seen several major gold rushes over the previous three decades, mostly centred on the east coast, but these had mostly been exhausted by the 1890s. With the discovery of a new goldfield, an entire new gold rush began, with thousands flocking to the area. By 1898, it was the third largest town in the colony, with a population of 15,000, and another 10,000 in the surrounding region. At its peak, 700 mining companies based in Coolgardie were registered with the London Stock Exchange. The town also supported a wide variety of businesses and services, including a railway, a swimming pool (first public baths in the state), many hotels and several newspapers. The value of Coolgardie to the colony in the late 1890s was so significant that it was used as leverage to force Western Australia to join the Australian federation - Britain and the eastern colonies threatened to create a new state to be named Auralia around Coolgardie and other regional goldfields, such as Kalgoorlie, if the government in Perth did not agree to hold a referendum on federation. The Western Australian government reluctantly complied and a referendum was held just in time to become a founding state in the new federation. When federation did occur in 1901, Coolgardie was the centre of a federal electorate, the Division of Coolgardie. Soon after in November 1901, Alf Morgans from the state electorate of Coolgardie was elected Premier of Western Australia. However, the gold began to decrease in the early 1900s, and by World War I, the town was in serious decline. The federal electorate was abolished in 1913 due to the diminished population as many of its residents left for other towns where the gold was still plentiful, and it soon ceased to be a municipality. The situation remained unchanged throughout the century, as its population slipped to around 200 and it became a virtual ghost town. Despite this, many of the buildings from its peak were retained, which in recent years has helped start a small revival in the town's fortunes. The development of a tourist industry has once again created some employment in the town, resulting in a small increase in population, and it appears to be no longer in danger of dying completely. DON PUGH
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🇦🇺 Australia's boomtown curse | 101 East
 
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Australia is blessed with rugged beauty and a wealth of natural resources - including coal, iron, natural gas and gold. Such minerals are powering Australia's economy to record highs. And as demand from China for more resources grows, new mines continue to open across the country. But critics say there is a dark side to this success story. Mining regions attract transient workers keen to make a quick buck, creating social and environmental problems and a rising crime rate. Mines are also draining Australia's pool of skilled labour from other industries and driving up wages. 101 East asks: What is the cost of Australia's mining boom? Here Australian 101 East fixer Sian Gard takes us behind the scenes of the 12-day film shoot with reporter-producer Chan Tau Chou and cameraman Lee Ali. When you travel what is the worst thing that could happen? Some might say missing a flight, others might say you get crammed into the centre seat on a full flight. But when you are part of a film crew, one of the more difficult challenges is travelling with 181 kilogrammes of camera equipment. When an international film crew from Al Jazeera English calls you and says they want to come to Australia and film a story about the mining industry in two weeks time, the first thing you say is "I would love to be a part of this incredible story". The second thing you do? Start working fast. The scope and depth of the mining industry, its impact on the country and the state can be broken down into small digestible chunks as political, economic and social, but the bigger picture is a great deal more complicated. The Australian mining industry has seen exponential growth over the last 10 years with increasing exports to China. Western Australia, considered the economic hub of the country, now holds the nation's purse strings and is host to some of the world's most influential mining and resource sector companies. Perth, considered the second-most isolated city in the world, has seen changes on many fronts that not only includes an increase in resource dollars but a higher cost of living, a politically strong liberal state government and increasing financial disparity between mining and resource sector employees and everyone else. So how does one get all these issues into one story? You make phone calls and lots of them. One-hundred-and-eighty-one kilogrammes of camera equipment and an introductory dinner later, we are off filming in Perth and Karratha. We have 12 days to interview a range of people invested in the mining and resources sector in various ways. Finance experts, counsellors who see the downside of living a Fly-In-Fly-Out (FIFO) lifestyle, business operators who say their home towns are dying due to the mining industry and police who are left to clean up the alcohol and drug fuelled mess from workers blowing off steam. The biggest challenge of a shoot on this scale? Distance, time and getting people to talk on camera. Logistically, organising a film shoot for a crew that is flying from Malaysia to Perth in western Australia and then Karratha in the north-west of western Australia, with budgets and deadlines is exciting, fun and a challenge. Accommodation, hire cars, flights, places to eat, filming permissions and scheduling interviews, your world becomes one mission and one only. Get what the film crew needs so that the story is done. Karratha in the north of the state is a 22-hour drive by car or a two-hour flight on one of two commercial carriers that fly every hour to the isolated desert town. After checking in with 181 kilogrammes of camera equipment or 13 cases of luggage and arriving in Karratha, we unpack and our long days begin. The strain of putting together a half-hour documentary in a foreign country and dealing with tight deadlines can put a great deal of pressure on any crew. People generally get tired, they snap and sometimes when you are confined to a small space for hours on end (i.e. a car that is loaded to the roof with camera equipment) the last thing you want to do is see the people you are working with. But Chan Tau Chou and Lee Ali approached the long stressful days with humour, grace, professionalism and the ability to sleep in the most unusual locations (on top of windy rocky outcrops). Filming in the north-west was a whirlwind of driving long distances, climbing rocky terrain, rising at 4am and falling into bed at midnight with back-to-back interviews in between. I am excited to see the final product of Australia's boomtown curse. I think it is a story that people need to hear about. Social Media links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Instagram: https://instagram.com/aljazeera/?ref=... Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajenglish Website: http://www.aljazeera.com/ google+: https://plus.google.com/+aljazeera/posts
Views: 86547 Al Jazeera English
Boom Town To Ghost Town ( Coolgardie )
 
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Coolgardie is a small town in Western Australia, 558 kilometres (347 mi) east of the state capital, Perth. It has a population of approximately 1,000 people.[1] Although Coolgardie is now known to most Western Australians as a tourist town and a mining ghost town, it was once the third largest town in Western Australia (after Perth and Fremantle). At this time, mining of alluvial gold was a major industry and supplied the flagging economy with new hope. Many miners suffered under the harsh conditions, but for a few, their finds made the hard work worthwhile. Most men, however, left poorer than they had started off, with their hopes dashed. The town was founded in 1892, when gold was discovered in the area.[4] Australia had seen several major gold rushes over the previous three decades, mostly centred on the east coast, but these had mostly been exhausted by the 1890s. With the discovery of a new goldfield, an entire new gold rush began, with thousands flocking to the area. By 1898, Coolgardie was the third largest town in the colony, with an estimated population of 5,008 (3,151 men and 1,857 women).[5] At its peak, 700 mining companies based in Coolgardie were registered with the London Stock Exchange. The town also supported a wide variety of businesses and services, including the railway connection between Perth and Kalgoorlie,[6] a swimming pool (first public baths in the state), many hotels and several newspapers. The value of Coolgardie to the colony in the late 1890s was so very significant that it was used as leverage to force Western Australia to join the Australian federation - Britain and the eastern colonies threatened to create a new state to be named Auralia around Coolgardie and other regional goldfields, such as Kalgoorlie, if the government in Perth did not agree to hold a referendum on federation. The Western Australian government reluctantly complied and a referendum was held just in time to become a founding state in the new federation. When federation did occur in 1901, Coolgardie was the centre of a federal electorate, the Division of Coolgardie. Soon after in November 1901, Alf Morgans from the state electorate of Coolgardie briefly became Premier of Western Australia. Albert Thomas, also of Coolgardie, was elected the first Member of Dundas, an electoral division south of Coolgardie. However, the gold began to decrease in the early 1900s, and by World War I, the town was in serious decline. The federal electorate was abolished in 1913 due to the diminished population, as many of its residents left for other towns where the gold was still plentiful, and it soon ceased to be a municipality. The situation remained unchanged throughout the century, as its population slipped to around 200 and it became a virtual ghost town. An example of this decline is that, in March 1896, Coolgardie's main street was lit by an electric light, but by April 1924, the same street was lit by four hurricane lamps. Despite this, many of the buildings from the town's peak were retained, which in recent years has helped start a small revival in the town's fortunes. The development of a tourist industry has once again created some employment in the town, resulting in a small increase in population. Coolgardie appears to be no longer in danger of dying. _____________________________________ Music By - Midnight Oil. Song title - "Blue Sky Mine:. _____________________________________ Intro & Outro - Song - Kevin Blight (Stratboy999) Graphics - Jeroen Oppers
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Rio Tinto turmoil explained | Companies
 
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► Subscribe to FT.com here: http://on.ft.com/2eZZoLI ► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs Mining company Rio Tinto has fired Alan Davies, the chief executive of its energy and minerals division, amid an investigation relating to one of its projects in Guinea. The FT explains the controversy. For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
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Maxximum Mining Construction -Civil Camp Installation Perth WA
 
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http://www.maxximum.com.au The best in Mining Camp Construction and Installation - based in Perth, constructing camps all throughout Western Australia, Newman Pilbara, Port Headland,and all mining areas. Maxximum Mining Construction Perth Remote mining village specialist Experience the maxximum difference today. From concept to completion Maxximum Construction work with our clients needs to give a work life balance for mine sites and their remote workers. Giving a home from home environment to ensure Maxximum enjoyment for residences and minimum staff turnover for the company. Maxximum have the knowledge and experience to design and construct any camp accommodation from building design to village layout. With over 25 years in construction, Maxximum understands the importance of a comfortable environment for remote workers. Maxximum Mining Construction, specialises in the planning, development and installation of purpose built mine site accommodation and facilities for remote locations. Camp sizes can vary from small exploration camps to modern vibrant villages. Maxximum Mining Construction offer design, project management services for complete accommodation village installation. http://www.maxximum.com.au
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An overview of our bauxite position on Australia’s Cape York
 
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The ongoing growth of our bauxite business is a core pillar of our Aluminium strategy. Find out more → http://bit.ly/Aluminium2015
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Newman, Western Australia (HD)
 
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Newman, Western Australia, Newman, WA Tours & Vacation Travel Videos HD, World Travel Guide http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=World1Tube Newman Information =================== Newman is located about 1186 km north of Perth and is a town in the Pilbara region. and It is the gateway to the beautiful Karijini National Park, Newman Waterholes the area also features truely authentic Aboriginal rock carvings. Hosting a distinctly outback Australian flavour, there are many things to do and see for visitors. Although Newman is predominatley an Australian mining town originally built to house mining staff, there are fascinating explorations and tourist adventures to be had. It is surrounded by the ancient eroded Ophthalmia Ranges and hosts the largest open cut mine in the world. The iron ore operations at Mount Whaleback have tours available, so see the visitor centre for a tour pass. There is an art gallery and an outdoor mining museum complete with an arts and crafts shop which features an extensive range of Western Australian locally made products. Grab yourself the perfect Aussie gift while here. At Karijini national park there are wildflowers are spread throughout the countryside with local flora such as the Mulla Mulla and the Stuart desert pea. The stunning Pilbara Gorge will leave you breathless and amaze your senses. Nearby the Rundel River National park boasts Australia's largest and most remotest park. Get lost and be alone with time to think and clear your mind. Nature lovers are will guaranteed to be thrilled with Newman. Newman also hosts the first ever golf course in the Pilbara. Originally made for the executives of the mines, now a must play course for any golfing nutter or fanatic. Come check it out Newman information & tourist attractions are brought to you by World Holiday Destination. Book your Newman Accommodation Newman is a town in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. It is located about 1,186 kilometres (737 mi) north of Perth, and 9 kilometres (5.6 mi) north of the Tropic of Capricorn. It can be reached by the Great Northern Highway. In the 2006 Australian census, its population was 4,245. Newman is a modern mining town, with suburban-style homes contrasting with the surrounding reddish desert. The Hickman Crater is 35 kilometres (22 mi) north of Newman. Commercial area ============ Typical of company towns, Newman is laid out with a core, where shopping and hotels are located, surrounded by residential areas, with more industrial activities on the outskirts. There is one shopping mall in the town, two shopping plazas, three hotels, and three bars/restaurants outside of those contained in the hotels. One public outdoor pool serves the town's population. Transport ============ A privately owned railway, the Mount Newman railway, was constructed linking it to Port Hedland which itself was upgraded to handle shipment of the ore to the world market. On 21 June 2001 a train 7.353 km (4.569 mi) long, comprising 682 ore cars and eight locomotives made the Newman—Port Hedland trip and is listed as the world's longest ever train. The ore trains are typically over 2 km long. Newman is also a service town to the nearby mining settlements like Tom Price and Paraburdoo. The town is served by Newman Airport. Architecture ========== Being founded in the 1960s, Newman's architecture reflects the modernist styles of that decade and the next, being predominantly functional and devoid of detail or embellishment. As the town was founded and built by a steel company, the majority of buildings use a steel frame construction. This applies to the suburban style homes themselves, most of them being two prefabricated halves inserted together into a steel I-section frame, the columns of which are left exposed on the exterior of the home. This construction method serves not only to showcase the company's product, but also gives strong resistance to cyclone winds which can affect the region from time to time. For this same reason, most houses are elevated from the ground by a few steps. Many houses also have large air-conditioning units situated next to them to provide adequate cooling against the very hot summer temperatures. Climate ========== Newman has an arid climate, with very hot summers and mild winters. The temperature reaches or exceeds over 38°C almost every day in the summer. On 15 January 1998, the temperature reached an all-time recorded high of 47.0°C. Precipitation is sparse, but the influx of monsoonal moisture in the summer, which generally begins in December and lasts until April, raises humidity levels and can cause occasional heavy storms. Winter months are mild to warm, with daily high temperatures ranging from the 20°C to 26°C (18-22°C), and low (nighttime) temperatures rarely dipping below 6°C.
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Construction Company | 9 News Perth
 
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Another WA construction company is set to go under after it was dumped from a major Perth project.
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Adani Indian Coal Mine in Australia gets opposed by Australian People
 
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Indian Coal Mine in Australia gets opposed by Australian People . Barnaby Joyce's 'duck pond' claim under fire as Adani coal row deepens . Here's what we know about Adani and the Carmichael mine project . Barnaby Joyce has been called "irresponsible" by one of Australia's most senior conservationists after the Deputy Prime Minister dismissed wetlands adjoining Adani's Abbot Point coal port as little more than a "duck-shooting pond". The brawl over Adani's threats to the onshore environment and the Great Barrier Reef escalated as Liberal backbencher Sarah Henderson broke ranks to question a potential $1 billion government loan to develop rail infrastructure for the Indian conglomerate's proposed Carmichael mine in Queensland's Galilee Basin. Australian Conservation Council president Geoff Cousins said Mr Joyce had "failed to check his facts" on the Caley Valley wetlands, a 5000-hectare bird habitat that environmentalists say was damaged by coal dust contamination from the Adani terminal during cyclone Debbie. Mr Joyce this week played down the wetlands' ecological value, describing it as a "swamp" built for duck shooters. With approval granted for a permanent rail line and a temporary construction camp, Adani's much-touted and often doubted Carmichael coal mine has taken a large step closer to becoming a reality. So who and what is Adani? A multinational company based in Ahmedabad, India, Adani Group builds and operates mines, ports and power plants. The company has operations in coal, gas and renewable energy across India, Indonesia and Australia. Adani Mining chief executive Jeyakumar Janakaraj has faced scrutiny for failing to disclose that a company he ran in Africa was guilty of serious environmental breaches, despite being asked to do so in a letter from the Federal Environment Department. But Queensland Mines Minister Anthony Lynham has expressed confidence Adani will operate its Australian mine safely and that the Great Barrier Reef will be protected, with "200 stringent conditions placed on this project". How big is the mine project? Adani's $22 billion Carmichael mine will be built in the Galilee Basin, west of Rockhampton. Once complete, it will be Australia's largest coal mine, with six open-cut pits and up to five underground mines. The Queensland Government estimated the life span of the mine to be between 25 and 60 years. The newly approved 31.5 kilometres of permanent rail line will form part of a 389-kilometre heavy haul line from the mine in the Galilee Basin to the Abbot Point port, south of Townsville. Where will the coal go? The mine will supply Indian power plants with enough coal to generate electricity for up to 100 million people. Coal from the mine will be processed through the Abbot Point Coal Terminal, off the coast of Bowen in north Queensland. How many jobs will it generate? Adani has claimed the mine and related operations will generate 10,000 jobs, however the Land Court of Queensland rejected this. The court instead accepted the evidence of Adani's own expert witness, Dr Jerome Fahrer of ACIL Allen, who said that in net terms the Adani mine would increase average employment by about 1,200 jobs in north Queensland, and create 1,464 jobs Australia-wide. Who has challenged the mine legally and why? Environmental groups have listed multiple concerns about the mine's impact on the Great Barrier Reef and the expansion of Australia's coal sector. Over the past six years, Adani said there had been more than 10 appeals and judicial processes. Here are some of the highest profile Federal Court cases: What's the projected benefit to the economy? Planning Australia's biggest mine Step through the key events in the planning of Australia's biggest mining project, the Carmichael coal mine in remote central Queensland. Adani estimates the project will generate at least $16.5 billion for the Australian economy, but the final figure is dependent on the mine's lifespan. The State Government said it expected to receive many millions of dollars in mining royalties, which would be spent on upgrades for schools, hospitals and roads. "Resources are extremely important for everyone in Queensland," Mines Minister Anthony Lynham said. When will construction start? Earlier this year, the Queensland Government gave the project critical status to fast-track environmental and other approvals. The Government still has to approve a water licence and minor applications for power and road access before construction can start. Adani has said it hopes work on the mine will start in the first half of 2017. Thanks for watching. Subscribe to our channel. Thanks for watching. This is World Conspiracy Daily WC Daily If you have any points comment below. Production: Hades Pictures Music By : Kevin MacLeod Carpe Diem Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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Jobs in Perth & WA for Mining, Construction, Retail and more | WA Employment & Training
 
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http://www.westjobs.com.au Retail Jobs In Perth - Osborne Park WA | (08) 9322 9722 Jobs in Perth and WA for jobseekers. Search Mining jobs, Oil & Gas, Construction, Retail, Banking and Medical jobs. Post own job ads free resume downloads. Call us at (08) 9322 9722. 5/163 Main St, Osborne Park, WA 6017
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COOLGARDIE WA IMPRESSIONS PART II
 
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Coolgardie is a small town in the Australian state of Western Australia, 558 kilometres (347 mi) east of the state capital, Perth. It has a population of approximately 800 people. Although Coolgardie is known to most Western Australians as a tourist town and a ghost town population wise, it was once the third largest town in Western Australia (after Perth and Fremantle). At this time, mining of alluvial gold was a major industry: supplying the flagging economy with a new, radiant hope. Many miners suffered under the harsh conditions: for a few it was worth it, as they left with pockets heavier. Most men, however, left poorer than they had started off, with hopes dashed. The town was founded in 1892, when gold was discovered in the area. Australia had seen several major gold rushes over the previous three decades, mostly centred on the east coast, but these had mostly been exhausted by the 1890s. With the discovery of a new goldfield, an entire new gold rush began, with thousands flocking to the area. By 1898, it was the third largest town in the colony, with a population of 15,000, and another 10,000 in the surrounding region. At its peak, 700 mining companies based in Coolgardie were registered with the London Stock Exchange. The town also supported a wide variety of businesses and services, including a railway[2], a swimming pool (first public baths in the state), many hotels and several newspapers. The value of Coolgardie to the colony in the late 1890s was so significant that it was used as leverage to force Western Australia to join the Australian federation - Britain and the eastern colonies threatened to create a new state to be named Auralia around Coolgardie and other regional goldfields, such as Kalgoorlie, if the government in Perth did not agree to hold a referendum on federation. The Western Australian government reluctantly complied and a referendum was held just in time to become a founding state in the new federation. When federation did occur in 1901, Coolgardie was the centre of a federal electorate, the Division of Coolgardie. Soon after in November 1901, Alf Morgans from the state electorate of Coolgardie briefly became Premier of Western Australia. Albert Thomas also of Coolgardie was elected the first Member of Dundas, an electoral division south of Coolgardie. Goldfields Pipeline along Great Eastern HighwayHowever, the gold began to decrease in the early 1900s, and by World War I, the town was in serious decline. The federal electorate was abolished in 1913 due to the diminished population as many of its residents left for other towns where the gold was still plentiful, and it soon ceased to be a municipality. The situation remained unchanged throughout the century, as its population slipped to around 200 and it became a virtual ghost town. An example of this decline is in March 1896 Coolgardie's main street was lit by an electric light, but by April 1924 the same street was lit by four Hurricane Lamps. Despite this, many of the buildings from its peak were retained, which in recent years has helped start a small revival in the town's fortunes. The development of a tourist industry has once again created some employment in the town, resulting in a small increase in population, and it appears to be no longer in danger of dying completely. The Coolgardie safe is a low-tech refrigeration unit named after the small mining town, invented in the 1890s. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia caravan trip 2008
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Vancouver: The World's Mining Hub
 
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Everybody knows that mining is a major economic force in Canada. However, the magnitude of Vancouver's dominance on the world stage is less known. In fact, the city is the home to over 800 mining and junior prospecting companies, while the next best foreign city—Perth, Australia—has not even one third that many. Karleigh Middlemiss, a human-resources specialist with IDM Mining, explains why Vancouver is head and shoulders above any other city in the world for mining. She also offers tips for those interested in entering the field. Show notes: https://goldnewsletter.com/podcast/vancouver-mining-hub-world/
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Jobs in Perth Australia
 
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Jobs in Perth and WA for jobseekers. Search Mining jobs, Oil & Gas, Construction, Retail, Banking and Medical jobs http://westjobs.com.au/jobseeker/jobs-in-perth.html
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Australia - Perth Self-Driving Tour   7 day 6 Night Trip
 
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Happy Traveling in Australia . ……………………………………………………………………… Day 1: Visit: Lancelin , The Pinnacles Desert , Geraldton , Northampton Stay : Old Miners Cottages (Northampton) Day 2 : Visit : Hutt Lagoon - Pink Lake , Cervantes, Rockingham Stay : Leisure Inn (Rockingham) Day 3 : Visit : Shoalwater , Penguin Island , Mandurah , Bunbury , Busselton Stay : Esplanade Hotel (Busselton) Day 4 : Visit : Busselton Jetty , Meetup Regional Park , Eagle Bay Beach , Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse , Knee Deep Wines , Bootleg Brewery , Margaret River Stay : Comfort Inn & Suites Goodearth Perth (Perth City) Day 5 : Visit : The Aquarium Of Western Australia , Caversham Wildlife Park Stay : Comfort Inn & Suites Goodearth Perth (Perth City) Day 6 : Visit : Elizabeth Quay , Watertown outlet , Fremantle , Good Fortune Roast Duck House Stay : Comfort Inn & Suites Goodearth Perth (Perth City) Day 7 : Visit : Kings Park , Blue Boat House , Monos Cafe and Bistro , Perth Airport ( Bye bye Australia) Car : Toyota Tarago ( No Birds , bayswater Car Rental) Music : Summer - Calvin Harris Camera: Xiao Yi 4K , Huawei Mate 9 , iPhone
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Miners vent anger in Perth
 
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Smaller mining companies have criticised Federal Resources Minister Martin Ferguson over their claims of exclusion from mining tax negotiations.
GIANT GOLD NUGGET WEIGHING 90KG AND WORTH A WHOPPING £2MILLION FOUND IN AUSTRALIA
 
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AN underground mine in WA’s Goldfields has produced what its owner believes are two of the biggest gold specimens in recorded history in what has been described as a “once-in-a-lifetime” discovery. Since last weekend, RNC Minerals has been tallying the bonanza haul from a single cut of rock blasted about 500m underground at the 45-year-old Beta Hunt gold mine near Kambalda, 600km east of Perth and 50km south of Kalgoorlie-Boulder. The biggest of the stones came in at 90kg and is estimated by the company to contain about 2300 ounces of gold, a total that at current prices would be worth about $3.8 million. The second-biggest piece was not far shy at 60kg, with an estimated 1600oz lodged within the quartz specimen, valued at about $2.7 million. And there’s more where that came from. Early estimates from RNC have put the total take of coarse gold from the cut at more than 9000oz, or more than $15 million worth. RNC Minerals mined just 13,320oz at Beta Hunt in the whole of the June quarter.Airleg driller Henry Dole has been credited with uncovering the astonishing find. The Kambalda resident has been in the profession for 16 years and says he has never seen anything like it. “I’ve seen it in veins in the face but nothing like this — this was just everywhere,” he said. “As I was drilling it, you could see the gold shavings coming out of all the holes and I thought ‘there’s something here’. “And then after we fired it and I came in the next day and washed it all down, it was just everywhere. “It was unbelievable and I’ve never seen it before in my life.” When the 90kg behemoth was found, it took three people to lift it on to a utility vehicle so it could be hauled to surface. “That was virtually the next day after we fired it, we walked in there and you couldn’t miss it … especially when you hit it with water, it just stuck out,” Mr Dole said. “We shouldn’t have really lifted it, we should have used the bogger but we got it on the back of the ute.” The fact Canadian owner RNC has the mine up for sale adds to the intrigue of the discovery. RNC’s Toronto-based chief executive Mark Selby said the gold rush-style find was uncommon in the modern day, at a time when miners are producing gold at lower and lower grades. “This is one of those once-in-a-lifetime moments where people find 2300oz and 1600oz chunks of gold,” he said.
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COOLGARDIE WA IMPRESSIONS PART 1 OF 2 PARTS
 
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DON PUGH CARAVAN TRIP 2008 WESTERN AUSTRALIA Coolgardie is a small town in the Australian state of Western Australia, 558 kilometres (347 mi) east of the state capital, Perth. It has a population of approximately 800 people. Although Coolgardie is known to most Western Australians as a tourist town and a ghost town population wise, it was once the third largest town in Western Australia (after Perth and Fremantle). At this time, mining of alluvial gold was a major industry: supplying the flagging economy with a new, radiant hope. Many miners suffered under the harsh conditions: for a few it was worth it, as they left with pockets heavier. Most men, however, left poorer than they had started off, with hopes dashed. The town was founded in 1892, when gold was discovered in the area. Australia had seen several major gold rushes over the previous three decades, mostly centred on the east coast, but these had mostly been exhausted by the 1890s. With the discovery of a new goldfield, an entire new gold rush began, with thousands flocking to the area. By 1898, it was the third largest town in the colony, with a population of 15,000, and another 10,000 in the surrounding region. At its peak, 700 mining companies based in Coolgardie were registered with the London Stock Exchange. The town also supported a wide variety of businesses and services, including a railway[2], a swimming pool (first public baths in the state), many hotels and several newspapers. The value of Coolgardie to the colony in the late 1890s was so significant that it was used as leverage to force Western Australia to join the Australian federation - Britain and the eastern colonies threatened to create a new state to be named Auralia around Coolgardie and other regional goldfields, such as Kalgoorlie, if the government in Perth did not agree to hold a referendum on federation. The Western Australian government reluctantly complied and a referendum was held just in time to become a founding state in the new federation. When federation did occur in 1901, Coolgardie was the centre of a federal electorate, the Division of Coolgardie. Soon after in November 1901, Alf Morgans from the state electorate of Coolgardie briefly became Premier of Western Australia. Albert Thomas also of Coolgardie was elected the first Member of Dundas, an electoral division south of Coolgardie. Goldfields Pipeline along Great Eastern HighwayHowever, the gold began to decrease in the early 1900s, and by World War I, the town was in serious decline. The federal electorate was abolished in 1913 due to the diminished population as many of its residents left for other towns where the gold was still plentiful, and it soon ceased to be a municipality. The situation remained unchanged throughout the century, as its population slipped to around 200 and it became a virtual ghost town. An example of this decline is in March 1896 Coolgardie's main street was lit by an electric light, but by April 1924 the same street was lit by four Hurricane Lamps. Despite this, many of the buildings from its peak were retained, which in recent years has helped start a small revival in the town's fortunes. The development of a tourist industry has once again created some employment in the town, resulting in a small increase in population, and it appears to be no longer in danger of dying completely. The Coolgardie safe is a low-tech refrigeration unit named after the small mining town, invented in the 1890s. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia caravan trip 2008
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Gold Nuggets with Metal Detector in Gold Mine Australia EN
 
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The Thrill of Gold is a Documentary. In an Australian goldmine prospectors dug with bulldozers and excavators to large gold nuggets. In the detection area the nuggets are picked up with the metaldetector. More english videos will follow. www.gold-gusti.ch
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Gyms & Fitness Centres Perth WA
 
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Gyms and Fitness Centres in Perth by the Perth Advertising Agency. We have been working with a West Australian gym for the past 18 months, since their inception to rocket like growth. This, in an area that is already overloaded with gyms. We have just received international recognition for both our website AND promo video that we created for them. Precor USA and Precor UK and Precor Aus Tweeted about both of them. (You can read the Tweets in the video above) plus we received an email saying that they were going to use the video in the company's 'best practice' presentation.. and then asked us if we could send them the video on a USB so they could send it to their Marketing manager in China! We were stunned to say the least, but it's always nice when someone recognises your efforts. Thankyou Guys! We are now available to take our gym knowledge further afield and are available for a week at your Perth gym, (or basically anywhere in Australia) You get a whole week* with us at your gym and we go through everything with you, plus the benefit of our experience from day 1 with this successful gym. Testimony is available to read on our Perth website and readily available from the gym owners upon request. Obviously, we can't help your fitness centre or gym if you are in their capture area or direct competition! We only work with one gym per capture area, on a first come, first served basis. Health and Fitness is one of the fastest growing areas in Australia, and gym memberships should be growing everywhere, with thanks to the Governments million dollar spending campaign on anti obesity, diabetes and health in general. There are some 1400 registered personal trainers in West Australia alone now and growing daily. If you would like an obligation free chat about how we can help increase your gym membership, please contact us via our website: http://www.perthadvertisingagency.com.au/gym-membership-advertising-perth.html Thankyou. Website by the Perth Advertising Agency and Mediaworx http://mediaworx.co
Jobs in Perth & WA for Mining, Construction, Retail and more | WA Employment & Training
 
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http://www.westjobs.com.au Job Search In Western Australia - Osborne Park WA | (08) 9322 9722 Jobs in Perth and WA for jobseekers. Search Mining jobs, Oil & Gas, Construction, Retail, Banking and Medical jobs. Post own job ads free resume downloads. Call us at (08) 9322 9722. 5/163 Main St, Osborne Park, WA 6017
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KAMBALDA WA AN AUSTRALIAN PHOENIX OR GHOST TOWN
 
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Kambalda, Western Australia DON PUGH CARAVAN TRIP 2008 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Population: 4,259 Established: Kambalda East ( 1967-1973), Kambalda West (1969-1975) Postcode: 6442 Location: 616 km (383 mi) from Perth 55 km (34 mi) from Kalgoorlie 130 km (81 mi) from Norseman 74 km (46 mi) from Coolgardie LGA: Shire of Coolgardie State District: Electoral district of Eyre Federal Division: Kalgoorlie Coordinates: 31°12′07″S 121°40′05″E / 31.202°S 121.668°E / -31.202; 121.668 Kambalda is a small mining town about 60 kilometres from the mining city of Kalgoorlie in Western Australia, within the Goldfields. It is split into two townsites 4 kilometres apart, Kambalda East and Kambalda West; and is located on the western edge of a giant salt lake, Lake Lefroy. Kambalda was discovered from a huge mining boom which triggered prospectors from all over Western Australia to come flowing into Kambalda. Kambalda's first modern settlement was located at the base of nearby Red Hill in 1897. The original Red Hill settlement owed its existence to Percy Larkin, a prospector who discovered gold in the area. For many years Kambalda was mined for its gold but soon after nickel was discovered. [1][2] History Kambalda is a small mining town surrounded by desert approximately 75 kilometres southeast of Coolgardie and 616 kilometres east of Perth. Kambalda was also known to be within the tribal land of the indigenous Galaagu people. Kambalda's determination to keep as much native flora as possible separates them from other similar mining towns. Kambalda West is approximately 4km from Kambalda East and is the location of the tourist bureau and the shire offices.[3][4] The original settlement of Kambalda grew up in the area after Percy Larkin discovered gold in 1887. The Red Hill Gold Mine was relatively short-lived. It was closed by 1907 and the small settlement had become a ghost town. One memory of the original town is the old well in George Cowcill Street. [5] New interest in the area occurred in 1954 when George Cowcill took samples of what he thought was uranium. Later analysis found large deposits of nickel and by 1966 Western Mining Corporation had established Australia's first nickel mine. It is fair to describe Kambalda East and Kambalda West as Australia's first nickel mining towns. Apart from the Red Hill Lookout, with its views over Lake Lefroy, and the opportunity to drive across the causeway the towns have very little appeal to visitors. [edit] Present day The first mining company that established the town, Western Mining Corporation (WMC) has been bought and taken over by a larger company that has stations all over the world, BHP Billiton. In the 20th century more facilities have been erected all over Kambalda, East and West, such as a public pool, football field, Woolworths food facility, single-mens quarters, memorial garden, country club, nursing post, tennis club and a lot more. At west a recreation centre is under construction for the public's entertainment purposes, and a retirement village. An industrial area has also been made.
Views: 5662 Donald Pugh
Most Dangerous Abandoned places In The World!!
 
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Description 1.Wittenoom,Western Australia Wittenoom is a ghost town 1,106 kilometres (687 mi) north-north-east of Perth in the Hamersley Range in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. The area around Wittenoom was mainly pastoral until the 1930s when mining began in the area. By 1939, major mining had begun in Yampire Gorge, which was subsequently closed in 1943 when mining began in Wittenoom Gorge. In 1947 a company town was built, and by the 1950s it was Pilbara's largest town. During the 1950s and early 1960s Wittenoom was Australia's only supplier of blue asbestos. The town was shut down in 1966 due to unprofitability and growing health concerns from asbestos mining in the area. Today, three[1] residents still live in the town, which receives no government services. In December 2006, the Government of Western Australia announced that the town's official status would be removed, and in June 2007, Jon Ford, the Minister for Regional Development, announced that the townsite had officially been degazetted. The town's name was removed from official maps and road signs and the Shire of Ashburton is able to close roads that lead to contaminated areas. The Wittenoom steering committee met in April 2013 to finalise closure of the town, limit access to the area and raise awareness of the risks. Details of how that would be achieved were to be determined but it would likely necessitate removing the town's remaining residents, converting freehold land to crown land, demolishing houses and closing or rerouting roads. By 2015 six residents remained; in 2016 the number had reduced to three. 2.Kantubek Uzbekistan Kantubek (Russian: Кантубек) was a town on Vozrozhdeniya Island (Uzbekistan) in the Aral Sea. The town is still found on maps, but is uninhabited and lies in ruins today. Kantubek used to have a population of approximately 1,500, and housed scientists and employees of the Soviet Union's top-secret Aralsk-7 biological weapons research and test site. Brian Hayes, a biochemical engineer with the United States Department of Defense's Threat Reduction Agency, led an expedition in the spring and summer of 2002 to neutralize what was believed to be the world's largest anthrax dumping grounds. His team of 113 people neutralized between 100 and 200 tonnes of anthrax over a three-month period. The cost of the cleanup operation was approximately US$5,000,000. 3.Love Canal,Niagara falls Love Canal is a neighborhood within Niagara Falls, New York. It is the site of a pollution disaster that extensively affected the health of hundreds of its residents, necessitating a Superfund cleanup operation. Originally intended in the 1890s as a planned model community, Love Canal grew and then slowly declined before being bought out in the 1940s by the Hooker Company, which dumped industrial waste in the never completed canal. In the late 1970s, Love Canal received national attention for the public health problem originating from the disposal of 22,000 barrels of toxic waste. Numerous families were displaced from their houses, which had been contaminated with chemicals and toxic waste. Many of the families suffered several health issues with common problems of high red blood cell counts and indications of leukemia. The entire neighborhood has since been demolished and a Superfund cleanup was only wrapped up in 2004. New York State Health Department Commissioner David Axelrod calls the Love Canal incident a "national symbol of a failure to exercise a sense of concern for future generations".[1] The Love Canal incident was especially significant as a situation where the inhabitants "overflowed into the wastes instead of the other way around. 4,Picher, Oklahoma Picher is a ghost town and former city in Ottawa County, Oklahoma, United States. This was a major national center of lead and zinc mining at the heart of the Tri-State Mining District. More than a century of unrestricted subsurface excavation dangerously undermined most of Picher's town buildings and left giant piles of toxic metal-contaminated mine tailings (known as chat) heaped throughout the area. The discovery of the cave-in risks, groundwater contamination, and health effects associated with the chat piles and subsurface shafts resulted in the site being included in 1980 in the Tar Creek Superfund Site by the US Environmental Protection Agency. The state collaborated on mitigation and remediation measures, but a 1996 study found that 34% of the children in Picher suffered from lead poisoning due to these environmental effects, which could result in lifelong neurological problems.[4] Eventually the EPA and the state of Oklahoma agreed to a mandatory evacuation and buyout of the entire township. The similarly contaminated satellite towns of Treece, Kansas and Cardin, Oklahoma were included in the Tar Creek Superfund site.
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Swan Bells, Perth, Western Australia
 
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The Swan Bells are a set of 18 bells hanging in a specially built 271 feet-high copper and glass campanile, commonly known as The Bell Tower or the Swan Bell Tower, in Perth, Western Australia. Taking their name from the Swan River, which their tower overlooks, and forming a sixteen-bell peal with two extra chromatic notes, they are one of the largest sets of change ringing bells in the world. Twelve of the set are historic bells from Saint Martin-in-the-Fields church in Trafalgar Square in London; six others, cast in recent times by the Whitechapel Bell Foundry, round off the set. The Saint Martin-in-the-Fields bells were donated to the State of Western Australia as part of the 1988 Australian bicentenary celebrations; the additional bells were cast with a subsequent donation of metals mined in Western Australia. The six newer bells include five which were presented to the University of Western Australia, the City of Perth and to the people of Western Australia from the City of London, the City of Westminster and a consortium of British and Australian mining companies, and one bell commissioned by the Western Australian Government.
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Jobs in Perth & WA for Mining, Construction, Retail and more | WA Employment & Training
 
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http://www.westjobs.com.au Jobs In Western Australia - Osborne Park WA | (08) 9322 9722 Jobs in Perth and WA for jobseekers. Search Mining jobs, Oil & Gas, Construction, Retail, Banking and Medical jobs. Post own job ads free resume downloads. Call us at (08) 9322 9722. 5/163 Main St, Osborne Park, WA 6017
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Perth Holiday Tour, Australia by Asiatravel.com
 
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Asiatravel.com offers over 500,000 Hotels, Flights, Travel Packages, Tours & Attractions up to 75% discount. All with last minute availability & instant confirmation plus up to 5% cash rebate exclusively for our customers. For more information visit http://www.asiatravel.com Asiatravel.com offers over 500,000 Hotels, Flights, Travel Packages, Tours & Attractions up to 75% discount. All with last minute availability & instant confirmation plus up to 5% cash rebate exclusively for our customers. For more information visit http://www.asiatravel.com Perth /pɜrθ/ is the capital and largest city of the Australian state of Western Australia. It is the fourth most populous city in Australia, with an estimated population of 1.9 million living in Greater Perth.[8] Part of the South West Land Division of Western Australia, the majority of the metropolitan area of Perth is located on the Swan Coastal Plain, a narrow strip between the Indian Ocean and the Darling Scarp, a low coastal escarpment. The first areas settled were on the Swan River, with the city's central business district and port (Fremantle) both located on its shores. Perth's metropolitan area is formally divided into a number of local government areas, which themselves consist of a large number of suburbs, extending from Two Rocks in the north to Rockingham in the south, and east inland to The Lakes. Perth was originally founded by Captain James Stirling in 1829 as the administrative centre of the Swan River Colony, and gained city status in 1856 (currently vested in the smaller City of Perth). The city is named for Perth, Scotland, by influence of Sir George Murray, then British Secretary of State for War and the Colonies. The city's population increased substantially as a result of the Western Australian gold rushes in the late 19th century, largely as a result of emigration from the eastern colonies of Australia. During Australia's involvement in World War II, Fremantle served as a base for submarines operating in the Pacific Theatre. An influx of immigrants following the conclusion of the war was followed by a surge in economic activity as a result of several mining booms in the late 20th and early 21st centuries, with Perth becoming the regional headquarters for a number of mining operations located around the state. As part of Perth's role as the capital of Western Australia, the state's Parliament and Supreme Court are located within the city, as well as Government House, the residence of the Governor of Western Australia. Perth became known worldwide as the "City of Light" when city residents lit their house lights and streetlights as American astronaut John Glenn passed overhead while orbiting the earth on Friendship 7 in 1962.[9][10] The city repeated the act as Glenn passed overhead on the Space Shuttle in 1998.[11][12] Perth came 9th in the Economist Intelligence Unit's August 2012 list of the world's most liveable cities,[13] and was classified by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network in 2010 as a world city.[14] Perth Cultural Centre is both an area of central Perth and the collective name for the main buildings of the Art Gallery of Western Australia, Western Australian Museum, Alexander Library, State Records Office and Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA). In addition to the Perth Cultural Centre a number of other venues within the city exist including the State Theatre - home to the Black Swan State Theatre Company in Northbrige, His Majesty's Theatre, Perth in the City and the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre on the foreshore. The Perth International Arts Festival is a cultural festival that has been held annually since 1953, and has since been expanded to include the Winter Arts festival. In recent years this has been developed further to include the Perth Fringe Festival, which runs throughout the city in the lead up to the Perth International Arts Festival. Kings Park, located in central Perth between the CBD and the University of Western Australia, is the largest inner-city park in the world,[80] at 4.06 square kilometres. Perth Zoo, located in South Perth, houses a variety of Australian and exotic animals from around the globe. The zoo is home to highly successful breeding programs for orangutans and giraffes, and participates in captive breeding and reintroduction efforts for a number of Western Australian species, including the numbat, the dibbler, the chuditch, and the western swamp tortoise.[81] Info Taken from Wikipedia.com Credits to Wikipedia.com http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Perth
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Video Production Perth West Australia 6000
 
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Video Production Perth . Perth video production by the Perth Advertising Agency. CORPORATE VIDEO Corporate video production covers a wide range of purposes from corporate Communication, Training, Safety and Education, video conferences and expo conventions, products or services and sales. We create corporate videos for just about every conceivable event. TELEVISION BROADCAST AND VIDEO Television footage used (and still is occasionally) to be shot, then then taken back to the studio for editing. Today's TV cameras are now able to 'live stream' footage direct to an editing suite when it is edited by a group of people and put straight 'to air' A recent documentary by a Perth based TV channel recently showed what it took to produce the Perth Friday night AFL football match to air. It took some 18 cameras plus some 22 microphones around the ground, to capture everything from the crowd atmosphere to the Referees comments. This information was streamed directly to an on suite editing suite, along with the commentators information before going back out 'live' as they say.. This is possible because of shooting 'digital' film, instead of direct to tape. We use digital cameras that store High-definition (HD) footage. that is above Television quality, or even DVD quality. From this, we can produce anything from YouTube to BluRay quality, depending what is required. We create TV and online shows, ranging from the Soccer show, Real estate to Cooking shows. With the introduction of digital media, production costs have dropped significantly. EVENT FILMING Just about any event can now be filmed. From hand gliding in the clouds, to sporting events, (such as our Soccer Show) to Blues Festivals, where we film the artist and bands and produce finished DVD's in time to sell before the event finishes. With the introduction of high speed broadband, more events will be streamed live via the Internet rather than the traditional TV stations. MARKETING VIDEO PRODUCTION Our marketing videos are used to promote an organisation or create product awareness among consumers. Marketing video production ranges from television advertisements to internet commercials and YouTube Channels videos. Video is a great way to brand a business or product. One of our clients wanted to get his business in front of major Perth based mining companies. We worked with them to ascertain who the target market was and what they would be looking for. We then created the short, to the point video.. and the company engaged with the West Australian Miners.. REAL ESTATE VIDEO PRODUCTION We undertake a different approach to most. Most Real Estate video production consists of shooting footage of properties and then editing them into short videos, usually a home walk through with a voice over. We create 'lifestyle videos' that target potential buyers and present the lifestyle the property will afford them. VIDEO PRODUCTION FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION Video production for distance education is the way forward. With the introduction of high speed broadband (NBN) People in outlying areas will have 'real time' access to a host of services. This will range from medical services to distance education, where the Teachers will have real time access to students just as they would in a normal classroom. There are some suburbs in Perth, like Ocean Reef, that already have fibre and are able to get around the 100 megabyte a second speeds. The primary purpose of using video in distance education is going to drastically improve education for remote students. INTERNET VIDEO PRODUCTION Many websites now include videos. People are time poor and in information overload and are opting for the least path of resistance in life, however small. It's a lot easier to watch a short video about what you do or sell, than to trawl through a website to find that out. "Go to the website" used to mean.. "Great, I can look at this and check out that" It is now starting to mean.. "Oh, I don't have to look through all that lot do I?" YouTube videos: There are testimonial and review videos, online shows, self help and how-to videos, interviews to just about anyone and everyone, parodies, product demonstrations, football matches, music channels to silly cat videos.. You name it, there will be a heap of videos about it. We consider video production , 'a must' for websites today. STAFF TRAINING & SAFETY VIDEOS Training and Safety videos are commissioned by companies to educate their workforce. This can range from Induction videos to 'how to use equipment and safety videos' We produce Induction and Staff training videos that are playable on TV's in high quality. For more information about video production in Perth WA 6000, simply go to our website at: http://www.corporatevideoproductionperth.com.au Video and post production by the Perth Advertising Agency. http://www.perthadvertisingagency.com.au Web design by Mediaworx http://mediaworkz.com.au
Wendy Bowman, 2017 Goldman Environmental Prize, Australia
 
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In the midst of an onslaught of coal development in Australia, octogenarian Wendy Bowman stopped a powerful multinational mining company from taking her family farm and protected her community in Hunter Valley from further pollution and environmental destruction.
Perth Recruitment Agencies
 
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Jobs in Perth and WA for jobseekers. Search Mining jobs, Oil & Gas, Construction, Retail, Banking and Medical jobs http://westjobs.com.au/jobseeker/jobs-in-perth.html
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Perth Australia Bell Tower _ Jim Rogers World Adventure
 
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Leading economic expert Jim Rogers traveled to 150 countries over 150,000 miles in three years - follow his adventures here on FentonReport. In this video Jim visits the Bell Tower in Australia. The Swan Bells are a set of eighteen bells hanging in a specially built 82.5 metres (271 ft)-high copper and glass campanile in Perth, Western Australia. Taking their name from the Swan River, which their tower overlooks, and forming a sixteen-bell peal with two extra chromatic notes, they are one of the largest sets of change ringing bells in the world. Twelve of the set are historic bells from St Martin-in-the-Fields church in Trafalgar Square in London; six others, cast in recent times by the Whitechapel Bell Foundry, round off the set. The St Martin-in-the-Fields bells were donated to the State of Western Australia as part of the 1988 Australian bicentenary celebrations; the additional bells were cast with a subsequent donation of metals mined in Western Australia. The six newer bells include five which were presented to the University of Western Australia, the City of Perth and to the people of Western Australia from the City of London, the City of Westminster and a consortium of British and Australian mining companies, and one bell commissioned by the Western Australian Government. An inlaid path made of ceramic tiles surrounds the tower. These come from nearly every school in Western Australia and are arranged alphabetically by school name. Each school's tile lists students at that school in the year of 1999. Each child has written his or her name as a contribution to the Swan Bells. The site is now a tourist attraction for the City; since its opening on December 10, 2000, almost 1 million people have visited. The St Martin-in-the-Fields bells can be traced to before the 14th century. They were recast in the 16th century by order of Queen Elizabeth I and again between 1725 and 1770 by members of the Rudhall family of bell founders from Gloucester. Due to be recast leading up to 1988, they were tuned and restored at London's Whitechapel Bell Foundry and donated to the Western Australia. They are rare in that they are one of the few sets of royal bells, and more so since they are the only set known to have left England. The bells are also known to have rung as the explorer James Cook set sail on the voyage that founded Australia. Some think that the children's nursery rhyme "Oranges and Lemons" refers to these bells in one of its lines: You owe me five farthings say the bells of St Martin's. However, since the rhyme refers to bells in the City of London and St Martins-in-the-Fields is in the City of Westminster, the line more likely refers to St Martin Orgar, near Cannon Street, which no longer exists. This St Martins was in Martin Lane, a street that was once notorious for moneylenders. The tower was designed by the local architects Hames Sharley. The 18 bells have a combined weight of about nine tonnes and, when rung, exert considerable forces on the support structure. To achieve the required stiffness, the six-storey bell chamber was made with reinforced concrete cast in situ. The bell chamber was designed by the consulting structural engineering firm ARUP. Soundproof louvres and doors are used to muffle the sound or direct the noise towards the city or the river as required. The glass-clad spire is designed using spokes which radiate horizontally from a centrally positioned axle, declining in width as it rises to a point. The solid steel columns of the spire are rectangular and the concrete bell chamber is enveloped in 30 metres (98 ft)-high copper sails and glass. The redeveloped Barrack Square precinct which surrounds the tower includes reflection pools as well as cafes, restaurants, shops and cycling and walking paths. The A$5.5 million building was said to be built to commemorate the new millennium, but at the time the government and the then Premier of Western Australia, Richard Court, received a fair amount of criticism from locals who opposed it, calling it a wasteful expenditure. However, it remains one of the only 'icon' millennium projects that came in on time, on budget and is still open.
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Pioneering progress
 
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As pioneers in mining and metals, we produce materials essential to human progress.
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Legal Jobs In Perth - Osborne Park WA | (08) 9322 9722
 
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http://westjobs.com.au/jobseeker/legal-jobs-in-perth-wa.html Legal Jobs In Perth - Osborne Park WA | (08) 9322 9722 Jobs in Perth and WA for jobseekers. Search Mining jobs, Oil & Gas, Construction, Retail, Banking and Medical jobs. Post own job ads free resume downloads. Call us at (08) 9322 9722. 5/163 Main St, Osborne Park, WA 6017
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Australians Kidnapped In Nigeria
 
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Australians working for a Perth-based mining company have been kidnapped in Nigeria. LATEST: http://yhoo.it/28R2dKn Updates on 7 News at 6pm. Live stream: www.7Live.com.au ‪#‎7News‬
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Sustainability Issues & Responses of the Mining Industry in Australia: Dr Dilhani Kapu Arachchilage
 
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Dr Dilhani Kapu Arachchilage, from the School of Accounting, Finance and Economics at Edith Cowan University (ECU), presents her research "Key Contemporary Sustainability Issues and the Diversity of Responses of the Mining Industry in Australia" in ECU's 2012 Your Research In a Nutshell Competition. Dr Arachchilage's research focuses on sustainability development, which is a contemporary concept. She discusses research she undertook with ECU's School of Management. She discusses the popular definition for sustainable development, defined by the World Commission on Economic Development ~1987 as 'sustainable development is simply about meeting the needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of meeting the needs of future generations.' Dr Arachchilage sees sustainable development as an important issue as far as intra-generational equity is concerned and also as far as inter-generational equity is concerned. Dr Arachchilage's research looked at the 3 spheres identified as the key areas of sustainability development: environment, society and economy; supported by evidence in triple bottom line reporting (3BL) reporting and in GRI Initiative. Her study analysed 8 multinational companies who operate in Australia on the basis of 13 criteria across those 3 key spheres: - Environmental Performance: Biodiversity & Land Stewardship, Climate Change, Water Management - Social: Work & Community Safety, Stakeholder Engagement, HIV AIDS Reduction, Policies for Mine Lifecycle, Human Rights, Community Development - Economic: Supply Chain Management, Transparency & Accountability, External Performance Management, Sector Specific Global Initiatives For each criteria, Dr Arachchilage selected a number of indicators. As a result, her study examined about 67 indicators communicated in self reported sustainability reports, annual reports, media reports. Dr Arachchilage found that companies have selected different legitimation strategies in order to achieve social legitimacy and demonstrate they adhere to the social contract. While there were differences, there were 3 key legitimation strategies used by the multinational organisations she studied: - Disclosure of improvement - Alter public perception - Divert attention from issues and negative reports in the media For more information on Dr Dilhani Kapu Arachchilage see http://www.ecu.edu.au/schools/accounting-finance-economics/staff/profiles/faculty-research-scholar/dr-nirosha-dilhani-kapu-arachchilage ECU's Your Research in a Nutshell Competition is open to "early career" researchers at ECU. Participants present on their research, with presentations limited to 5 minutes/less, using only 3 presentation slides. The 2012 Your Research in a Nutshell competition ran during ECU's Research Week 17-21 September 2012: http://www.ecu.edu.au/research/week/overview
WA Mining: Colin Barnett interview
 
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SBS reporter Ryan Emery speaks to WA Premier Colin Barnett's about the future of mining in Western Australia. Watch World News Australia 6.30pm nightly and 10.30pm Mon-Fri on SBS ONE.
Views: 381 WorldNewsAustralia
Collie WA 2011a
 
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Collie, Western Australia From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Population: 7,084 (2006)[1] Established: 1897 213 km (132 mi) S of Perth 59 km (37 mi) E of Bunbury Collie is a town in the South West region of Western Australia, 213 kilometres (132 mi) south of the state capital, Perth, and 59 kilometres (37 mi) inland from the regional city and port of Bunbury. It is near the junction of the Collie and Harris Rivers, in the middle of dense jarrah forest and the only coalfields in Western Australia. At the 2006 census, Collie had a population of 7,084.[1] Collie is mainly known as a coal-producing centre, but also offers industrial, agricultural and aquaculture tourism industries. Muja Power station is located east of the town, and to its west is the Wellington Dam, a popular location for fishing, swimming and boating. James Stirling named the town after the river on which it is situated, which in turn is named after Dr Alexander Collie. He and William Preston were the first Europeans to explore the area in 1829. Coal was discovered in the area by a shepherd named George March in the early 1880s. The coal fields were developed in the late 1890s and the townsite surveyed and gazetted in 1897.[3] Collie was once referred to as a "dirty mining town",[4] but on 8 April 2006 it won the Australian Tidy Towns Competition from finalists from six States and the Northern Territory.[5] Collie was named the top Tidy Town because of the commitment of the community to recycling, waste management, beautification and community projects. Contents [hide] 1 Industry and economy 2 Education 3 Tourism and facilities 4 Geography 4.1 Climate 5 Gallery 6 References 7 External links [edit] Industry and economy Collie has a significant role in the provision of electricity for Western Australia. There are two coal mines in the town and two power stations. The government of Western Australia will soon commission a new base load power station, for which a number of Collie base proposals have been made. Initially Western Collieries, the Wesfarmers Premier Coal mine continues to produce 3-4 million tonnes of coal per year.[6] It contains enough reserves for another 100 years of mining at the present rate.[6] The Griffin Coal mine is owned by Ric Stowe.[7] [edit] Education Collie has four primary schools, Fairview Primary School, Amaroo Primary School, Saint Brigid's Catholic College and Wilson Park Primary School, and one high school, Collie Senior High School. [edit] Tourism and facilities Tourist attractions at Collie include the Steam Locomotive Museum, Collie Museum and Wellington Dam. Parks include Soldier's Memorial Park and natural features include Stockton Lake and Collie River. Collie also hosts the Kostecki Motorplex, one of Western Australia's only permanent motorsport venues outside the Perth metropolitan area.
Views: 3631 Donald Pugh
Top 10 Companies in Australia by Market Capitalisation - 2018
 
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Top 10 Companies in Australia by Market Capitalisation in the year 2018. The data is based on July 2018. ASX Reference: https://www.asx20list.com The list is included with No. 12 and 11 to show case Telstra dropped from the Top 10 list this year.
Views: 269 SYNE
BHP Billiton Action, Perth, Western Australia
 
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On Thursday 29 October 30 people protested outside BHP Billiton's Head Office in Perth. The action took place to highlight the concerns around BHP Billiton's proposed Yeelirrie uranium mine in the Mid West of Western Australia as well as the ongoing 'radioactive racisim' that has existed since the military and civilian arms of the nuclear industry began in Australia. The action also took place at the same time as BHP Billiton's AGM in London in solidarity with Colombian community who were attending the meeting to voice their concerns around BHP Billitons Cerrejon Coal Mine on their lands. For more info: http://protestbhpbilliton.wordpress.com http://bhpbillitonwatch.wordpress.com
Views: 708 waysofseeing
Destination WA - Land Corp Karratha Living
 
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Mining is the backbone of the Australian economy, but mining does not work without people. Mining companies used to build towns near the existing mines so that their employees and their families could live happily.
Views: 513 Destination WA
no fracking way rally against unconventional gas extraction
 
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On April 21 no fracking way held it's first rally against fracking and unconventional gas extraction in the state. The demand was a for a moratorium on unconventional gas until it could be proven safe for human health and environment. The environment minister has recently given the go ahead for mining companies to frack the perth basin without the EPA's assessment or approval. The perth city council backed up by the WA police tried to shut down the rally. They confiscated placards, stalls, banners, leaflets and event petitions. Going as far as to issue more on notices to people who refused to comply. This did not put off the hundred plus strong crowd who continued to protest against fracking in the face of this harassment. The chanted "no fracking in wa, where going to fight it all the way" as everyone marched through the city.
Views: 1715 GreenLeftTV
CWP Corporate Video Show Reel June 2015
 
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Courtney Waller Productions is a niche family run video production company based in Perth Western Australia. We have been making video's for network TV, mining, oil and gas, government and domestic markets for over 20 years. We look forward to speaking to you soon.
Views: 272 Courtney Waller
INDUSTRIAL GERALDTON WA
 
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HD 1920 by 1080. I used a Gopro for this four minute video. Geraldton is a city in the Mid West region of Western Australia, located 424 kilometres (263 mi) north of Perth. Geraldton's population was 38,030 in June 2012.[1] Geraldton is the seat of government for the local government district, City of Greater Geraldton, which also incorporates the town of Mullewa and large rural areas previously forming the shires of Greenough and Mullewa. The town is an important service centre for regional mining, fishing, wheat, sheep and tourism industries. Iluka Resources is involved in mineral sands exploration, project development, operations and marketing. The company is the major producer of zircon globally and the highest producer of titanium dioxide products of rutile and synthetic rutile. The company mines heavy mineral sands and separates the concentrate into its individual mineral constituents rutile, ilmenite, and zircon. Some of the ilmenite is then processed into synthetic rutile.
Views: 169 Donald Pugh
Australia The Super Pit Gold Mine Kalgoorlie
 
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Another Video from our "Lap Of Australia" This video with The Super Pit Gold Mine Kalgoorlie. Western Australia
Views: 443 Rob Humphrey
Winning solutions at ‘mining hackathon’
 
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A team of undergraduate student engineers from The University of Western Australia won first prize at the Unearthed 54-hour hackathon event held at Perth's Spacecubed to support innovation in the mining industry. Team ‘J-Bays' took on a challenge posted by the company Iluka Resources to use machine learning to identify J-shaped bays along the coast of Australia. UWA engineering student and ‘J-Bay' team member Corné Fourie said that they had successfully developed a signal processing approach to analyse the coast line and to find the location of these J-shaped bays which are likely to be good titanium exploration opportunities.
Perth Exchange Tower Building Services Network Upgrade
 
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Lightspeed has begun work on the Exchange Tower Building Services Network Upgrade in the heart of the Perth CBD. Working in partnership with Torque IT to deliver the new Building Services Network, these works have commenced with an expected completion of mid May, and involve the supply and installation of over 6,000 metres of single-mode fibre optics and a 20KVA UPS with distribution to all 40 floors. The new cabling will ensure connectivity for all future upgrades of the Building Management System at floor distribution points. Exchange Tower is a Perth landmark, recognised as one of Perth’s foremost commercial addresses, and home to some leading commercial and public institutions. Its tenants are market leaders in the fields of law, finance, investment advice and services to the finance industry. It is also home to some of the city’s leading law firms, government departments and mining and exploration companies. http://www.light-speed.com.au https://www.linkedin.com/company/lightspeed-communications-and-electrical
WA Premier takes mining fight to PM
 
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The Federal Government will have to compensate mining companies after Western Australia announced an increase in royalty fees.
Modi invites Australian mining companies to invest in India
 
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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi invites mining companies to invest in India as he departs for Sydney for the second leg of his Australian tour, after attending the G20 Leader's Summit in Brisbane.
Views: 379 MEA India File
Jobs In The Western Australia - Osborne Park WA | (08) 9322 9722
 
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http://www.westjobs.com.au Jobs In The Western Australia - Osborne Park WA | (08) 9322 9722 Jobs in Perth and WA for jobseekers. Search Mining jobs, Oil & Gas, Construction, Retail, Banking and Medical jobs. Post own job ads free resume downloads. Call us at (08) 9322 9722. 5/163 Main St, Osborne Park, WA 6017
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