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Aboriginal Employment in Mining
 
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Aboriginal Employment in Mining - produced as a training and educational film for Aboriginal people and the Australian Mining Industry - real people in real environments, achieving their goals and making real change in their lives - it's a win win situation. Produced by Multi-Award winning Australian content creators MAV Media Pty Ltd (www.mavmedia.com.au). Co-Producers: Andrea Broadfoot (SA Works), Peter Mitchell (Whyalla & EP Regional Development) and Kim Mavromatis (MAV Media), Director / Cinematographer: Kim Mavromatis. Email: Kim Mavromatis at [email protected] Proudly funded by: South Australia Works / Whyalla and Eyre Peninsula Regional Development Australia / South Australian Dept of Further Education, Employment , Science and Technology / and Australian Government Dept of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations.
Views: 4381 mavmedia
Arrium Mining | 9 News Adelaide
 
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There are fears that hundreds of South Australian jobs could be lost, following an announcement by Arrium Mining that it wants to cut costs at its Whyalla steelworks.
Views: 375 9NewsAdel
Welcome to Arrium Mining
 
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Arrium Mining has grown from humble beginnings to become the fourth largest exporter of iron ore in Australia. The Arrium Mining business consists of two primary operating locations -- the Middleback Ranges near Whyalla and our Southern Iron operations near Coober Pedy -- both of which are located in South Australia. Export sales have significantly ramped up in recent years, climbing from about one million tonnes per year in 2007 to a run rate of about 12 million tonnes per year in 2013. To find out more, please visit: www.arrium.com Video produced by: Arrium Mining and MAV Media Copyright 2013
Views: 6267 mavmedia
South Australian Jobs - Our #1 Priority
 
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In my first term as Premier we've invested in: Infrastructure Jobs Job Creation Grants Whyalla Steel Jobs Submarine Jobs But There's More To Do: We'll incentive international companies to relocate to South Australia Help South Australian Companies Grow Guarantee Tradies Work Suppoer Tech, Manufacturing, Food & Tourism Jobs South Australian Jobs are my Number 1 Priority.
Views: 801 Jay Weatherill
Backpacker Goes Goldmine // Working Underground in the Goldfields
 
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Are you a backpacker and want to work in mining? There's a lot of work in the Goldfields and a lot of money to be made in gold mining. You don't need to have special skills or expensive tickets. Here's how I got a job in underground mining. Don't forget to check out our Instagram: Yet Another Blog: www.instagram.com/yet_another_blog/ Max: www.instagram.com/max_matahari/ Anna: www.instagram.com/anitravelstheworld/ Music: www.bensound.com
Views: 2556 Yet Another Blog
Whyalla SA SOUTH AUSTRALIA
 
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Whyalla (33°02′S, 137°34′E) is a city and seaport located on the east coast of the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia. In 1941 the first ship from the new shipyard, HMAS Whyalla, was launched and the blast furnace became operational. By 1943 the population was more than 5,000. On 31 March 1943 the Murray River pipeline from Morgan became operational. In 1945 the city came under combined company and public administration and the shipyard began producing commercial ships. In 1948 displaced persons began arriving from Europe. In 1958 the Company decided to build an integrated steelworks at Whyalla. They were completed in 1965. In the following year salt began to be harvested and coke ovens were built. The population grew extremely rapidly, and the South Australian Housing Trust was building 500 houses a year to cope with the demand. Plans for a city of 100,000 were produced by the Department of Lands. A second pipeline from Morgan was built to cope with the demand. In 1970 the city adopted full local government status. Fierce competition from Japanese ship builders resulted in the closing of the shipyards in 1978, which were at the time the largest in Australia. From a peak population of 33,000 in 1976 the population dropped rapidly. A decline in the BHP iron and steel industry since 1981 also impacted employment. The BHP long products division was divested in 2000 to form OneSteel which is the sole producer of rail and steel sleepers in Australia. From 2004 northern South Australia enjoyed a mining boom and Whyalla found itself well placed to benefit from new ventures, being situated on the edge of the Gawler Craton. The city experienced an economic upturn with the population slowly increasing and the unemployment rate falling to a more typical level. In late 2006 the Whyalla City Council began planning for a new industrial estate close to the One Steel Whyalla plant. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whyalla DON PUGH
Views: 3020 Donald Pugh
Unemployment | 9 News Adelaide
 
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South Australia’s nightmare week of job losses has continued, with Whyalla based firm Arrium axing workers as it looks to make millions in savings.
Views: 122 9NewsAdel
Finalist - Marco Criado (Arrium Mining)
 
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Best Individual Contribution to Work Health and Safety An outstanding contribution by any worker with no direct responsibility for WHS as part of their duties Safe Work Awards 2014
Views: 100 SafeWork SA
Iron Ore - 290 Mt/a infrastructure overview
 
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Rio Tinto has undertaken Australia's largest integrated mining project over recent years with the expansion of its Pilbara iron ore operations to 290 Mt/a capacity. The project has included expansions to all parts of the integrated network, including mines, ports, rail and associated infrastructure completed in quarter three, 2013.
Views: 33672 Rio Tinto
Eyre Peninsula Narrow Gauge: Whyalla Ore
 
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G&W Australia has 3 separate 3' 6" gauge operations on the Eyre Peninsula, the first being the ore trains from the Iron Baron and Iron Knob mines to the Arrium Steel mill at Whyalla. Traffic was down compared to my last visit in 2014, with only one train set operating (that I saw). As a side note, the standard gauge export ore traffic I witnessed on my last visit shut down in 2015 with the mothballing of the Coober Peedy mine.
Views: 705 fmnut
Local Jobs | 9 News Adelaide
 
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The State Government has put companies vying for the rights to some of South Australia's big-dollar projects on notice, telling them they'll need to employ locals or miss out altogether.
Views: 161 9NewsAdel
SA Jobs | 9 News Adelaide
 
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Fears about the future of the Whyalla Steelworks have forced the Federal Government to act to try to save the workforce.
Views: 515 9NewsAdel
Whyalla: The steel town that saved itself | Australian Story
 
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The once booming steel town of Whyalla in South Australia, was on the verge of becoming a ghost town until all of is steel workers took the drastic and brave step of accepting a 10 per cent pay cut to make the lifeblood of their town attractive to a new buyer. They then caught the eye of a innovative British billionaire Sunjeev Gupta. For more from ABC News, click here: http://www.abc.net.au/news/ Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/abcnews Like us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/abcnews.au Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ab.co/1svxLVE Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/abcnews_au
Views: 13305 ABC News (Australia)
South Australian Road Trip
 
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I was inspired to take a road trip to South Australia on my Holidays. Naturally I took my planes and camera gear to get some footage of the journey. Along the way I visited the copper mining towns of the 1800's. It was at Burra SA where my Great, Great, Great Grandfather Joesph Harry arrived in 1860 to work the mines. Like all good road trips I had my share of emotional ups and downs, breakages and saw some amazing sights. I learned lots about the history of SA along the way. There was a very strong caravaning community out on the road and I made a few new friends on the way. HIGHLIGHTS: Pink Lake Whyalla Ship Tour Iron Knob mine tour Mines in the Cornish Triange Cuttle Fish Visiting family CAMERAS USED: 1. Foxeer Legend 1 2. Go Pro Session 3. Sony HDR AS200V 4. Canon 60D DSLR 5. Mi-Gear Xtreme X with underwater housing CARNAGE LIST: 1 x foxeer camera lost at sea 1 x phoenix 2000 destroyed on rocks 1 x 3S battery, lead broke (unrepairable) 2 x air beds (leaky) 1 x bent tripod from tripping over 1 x fall onto rocks resulting in a few good grazes. 1 x dead DSLR camera battery due to age. SOUNDTRACKS: 1. Country Cue 1 audionautix Country Cue 1 by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ 2. Acoustic rock Acoustic Rock by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ 3. Parallel Ross Bugden https://instagram.com/rossbugden/ This track is licensed under a ‘Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License 4. Skies Ross Bugden https://instagram.com/rossbugden/ This track is licensed under a ‘Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License 5. Yard sale Yard Sale by Silent Partner 6. Beach bum happy rock Beach Bum - Happy Rock by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100347 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ 7. Dixie outlandish John Deley and the 41 players 8. Eagle rock Wes Hutchinson 9. Dick Turpin by Peak Fiddler https://www.youtube.com/user/peakfiddler 10. Carolan's Farewell Toby Darling https://www.youtube.com/user/tobydarling 11. Mermaid Mermaid by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100671 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ 12. Hugin's Flight by vindsvept http://Vindsvept.com All of my material is under a CC BY 4.0 License
Views: 194 Allen Moore
BHP Dragline move around Mackay mining community
 
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How cool is this thanks to BHP Queensland and New South Wales
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Whyalla SA SOUTH AUSTRALIA PART 2 OF 3
 
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Whyalla (33°02′S, 137°34′E) is a city and seaport located on the east coast of the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia. In 1941 the first ship from the new shipyard, HMAS Whyalla, was launched and the blast furnace became operational. By 1943 the population was more than 5,000. On 31 March 1943 the Murray River pipeline from Morgan became operational. In 1945 the city came under combined company and public administration and the shipyard began producing commercial ships. In 1948 displaced persons began arriving from Europe. In 1958 the Company decided to build an integrated steelworks at Whyalla. They were completed in 1965. In the following year salt began to be harvested and coke ovens were built. The population grew extremely rapidly, and the South Australian Housing Trust was building 500 houses a year to cope with the demand. Plans for a city of 100,000 were produced by the Department of Lands. A second pipeline from Morgan was built to cope with the demand. In 1970 the city adopted full local government status. Fierce competition from Japanese ship builders resulted in the closing of the shipyards in 1978, which were at the time the largest in Australia. From a peak population of 33,000 in 1976 the population dropped rapidly. A decline in the BHP iron and steel industry since 1981 also impacted employment. The BHP long products division was divested in 2000 to form OneSteel which is the sole producer of rail and steel sleepers in Australia. From 2004 northern South Australia enjoyed a mining boom and Whyalla found itself well placed to benefit from new ventures, being situated on the edge of the Gawler Craton. The city experienced an economic upturn with the population slowly increasing and the unemployment rate falling to a more typical level. In late 2006 the Whyalla City Council began planning for a new industrial estate close to the One Steel Whyalla plant. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whyalla«
Views: 2884 Donald Pugh
Whyalla SA SOUTH AUSTRALIA PART 3 OF 3
 
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Whyalla (33°02′S, 137°34′E) is a city and seaport located on the east coast of the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia. In 1941 the first ship from the new shipyard, HMAS Whyalla, was launched and the blast furnace became operational. By 1943 the population was more than 5,000. On 31 March 1943 the Murray River pipeline from Morgan became operational. In 1945 the city came under combined company and public administration and the shipyard began producing commercial ships. In 1948 displaced persons began arriving from Europe. In 1958 the Company decided to build an integrated steelworks at Whyalla. They were completed in 1965. In the following year salt began to be harvested and coke ovens were built. The population grew extremely rapidly, and the South Australian Housing Trust was building 500 houses a year to cope with the demand. Plans for a city of 100,000 were produced by the Department of Lands. A second pipeline from Morgan was built to cope with the demand. In 1970 the city adopted full local government status. Fierce competition from Japanese ship builders resulted in the closing of the shipyards in 1978, which were at the time the largest in Australia. From a peak population of 33,000 in 1976 the population dropped rapidly. A decline in the BHP iron and steel industry since 1981 also impacted employment. The BHP long products division was divested in 2000 to form OneSteel which is the sole producer of rail and steel sleepers in Australia. From 2004 northern South Australia enjoyed a mining boom and Whyalla found itself well placed to benefit from new ventures, being situated on the edge of the Gawler Craton. The city experienced an economic upturn with the population slowly increasing and the unemployment rate falling to a more typical level. In late 2006 the Whyalla City Council began planning for a new industrial estate close to the One Steel Whyalla plant. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whyalla«
Views: 932 Donald Pugh
South Australian Jobs are my Number 1 Priority
 
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In my first term as Premier we've invested in: Infrastructure Jobs Job Creation Grants Whyalla Steel Jobs Submarine Jobs But There's More To Do: We'll incentive international companies to relocate to South Australia Help South Australian Companies Grow Guarantee Tradies Work Suppoer Tech, Manufacturing, Food & Tourism Jobs South Australian Jobs are my Number 1 Priority.
Views: 323418 Jay Weatherill
Iron Knob   South Australia
 
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Iron Knob is known for its iron ore mining which is only a very small operation now. The town stores have nearly all closed and are gone. And much of the busy town life has faded away as happens with many mining towns that wind down operations over time. Its still an interesting place to look around at though. Photography 2013 by John Boom. Australian Pictorials - www.australianpictorials.com Please subscribe if you like the work I do and check out my Aussie Photo site: www.aussiephoto.com
Views: 1634 johnnybaustralia
Whyalla SA SOUTH AUSTRALIA PART 1 OF 3
 
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Whyalla (33°02′S, 137°34′E) is a city and seaport located on the east coast of the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia. In 1941 the first ship from the new shipyard, HMAS Whyalla, was launched and the blast furnace became operational. By 1943 the population was more than 5,000. On 31 March 1943 the Murray River pipeline from Morgan became operational. In 1945 the city came under combined company and public administration and the shipyard began producing commercial ships. In 1948 displaced persons began arriving from Europe. In 1958 the Company decided to build an integrated steelworks at Whyalla. They were completed in 1965. In the following year salt began to be harvested and coke ovens were built. The population grew extremely rapidly, and the South Australian Housing Trust was building 500 houses a year to cope with the demand. Plans for a city of 100,000 were produced by the Department of Lands. A second pipeline from Morgan was built to cope with the demand. In 1970 the city adopted full local government status. Fierce competition from Japanese ship builders resulted in the closing of the shipyards in 1978, which were at the time the largest in Australia. From a peak population of 33,000 in 1976 the population dropped rapidly. A decline in the BHP iron and steel industry since 1981 also impacted employment. The BHP long products division was divested in 2000 to form OneSteel which is the sole producer of rail and steel sleepers in Australia. From 2004 northern South Australia enjoyed a mining boom and Whyalla found itself well placed to benefit from new ventures, being situated on the edge of the Gawler Craton. The city experienced an economic upturn with the population slowly increasing and the unemployment rate falling to a more typical level. In late 2006 the Whyalla City Council began planning for a new industrial estate close to the One Steel Whyalla plant. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whyalla«
Views: 1035 Donald Pugh
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         Arrium loss sparks Whyalla job concerns
 
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Arrium loss sparks Whyalla job concerns - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Arrium loss sparks Whyalla job concerns - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Arrium loss sparks Whyalla job concerns - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Video 2:17 Arrium loss sparks Whyalla job concerns Video 2:17 Arrium loss sparks Whyalla job concerns Video 2:17 Arrium loss sparks Whyalla job concerns
Views: 108 annabellafoley
IIR Interview - Jason Kuchel on mining South Australia
 
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Jason Kuchel, Chief Executive, South Australian Chamber of Mines and Energy, disccuses our dependency on Asian economies, demand during the wake of a slowdown in world economies and the part that uranium mining going to play in the new resources boom He is a speaker at the Mining South Australia conference on the 3rd and 4th December in Whyalla. Website: http://www.iir.com.au/sa/vid Contact: + 61 2 9080 4080
Views: 800 iiraustralia
Adelaide Jobs | 9 News Adelaide
 
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Nine News can reveal another South Australian business has let go local workers, after being crippled by the state's floundering construction sector.
Views: 382 9NewsAdel
Whyalla Steelworks | 9 News Adelaide
 
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South Australia's jobs crisis could be dealt another devastating blow, with 1,100 jobs at Whyalla's steelworks under threat.
Views: 838 9NewsAdel
BIG Coal Trains in South Australia's North
 
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This video shows some movements in the final month of operation for the Leigh Creek Coal train, which ran from the Thomas Playford Power Station at Port Augusta, to the Leigh Creek Coal mine located at Copley, 250 km's ( 155 miles ) to the north. The train is powered by 3 x Pacific National 82 class, which are locally built GM-EMD with a 12-710G3A power plant, producing 3000 hp for traction. The train usually ran with around 165 wagons, ( which varied slightly at times ) with an overall length was around 2.7 km's, or 1.67 miles, or 8860 feet. The last vehicle on the train is a compressor wagon to help with keeping up air pressure in the trains brakes. The scenes were filmed between Tue 29/03/16, and Fri 01/04/16.
Views: 71071 emd645e3c
South Aussie with Cosi ep 13 Roxby Downs Web VERSION
 
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Everyone knows someone who has worked at Roxby Downs but hardly anyone has seen what happens there. Cosi has been granted exclusive access to one of the worlds biggest mines. He takes us half a kilometre underground and finds out whats so special about this mine and what it means for the rest of SA
Views: 12822 Andrew Costello
Beautiful Whyalla
 
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If you are after a family friendly mining town to work & raise your family, look no further! This town ticks all the boxes.
Views: 495 Joe Mathew
Iron Baron Mine
 
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Some old photos of the Mine
Views: 101 Jo Honeychurch
Local jobs advocate given stronger powers to put South Australians first
 
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Premier Jay Weatherill MP, Assistant Minister to the Treasurer Chris Picton MP and Stephen Mullighan MP, Minister for Transport and Infrastructure announce that South Australia's local jobs watchdog will be enshrined in law stronger powers to ensure Government contracts and projects employ more South Australian workers and use more South Australian materials. The Government will this week introduce the Industry Advocate Bill 2017 to establish the local jobs advocate as a statutory position. The Industry Participation Advocate, Ian Nightingale, will have the power to compel contractors to provide information and documents to ensure they are complying with their contractual obligations to employ South Australian workers and use South Australian materials. The Bill will be accompanied by an updated SA Industry Participation Policy, with a stronger focus on regional development, growth and investment attraction to the State. Currently, local products, materials and labour make up about 80 per cent of State Government goods and services contracts and around 90 per cent of major infrastructure projects. Since 2015, all State Government projects have been required to use steel which meets Australian standards and certification, giving the Arrium steelworks at Whyalla a competitive advantage over lower quality imports. An example of the success of the Government’s policies to put South Australians first is the $985 million Northern Connector project. So far, approximately 97 per cent of on-site labour is by South Australian workers while the project is using about 7500 tonnes of steel from the Arrium steelworks in Whyalla.
Views: 86 Jay Weatherill
Whyalla Jobs | 9 News Adelaide
 
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With the future of Whyalla's steel works hanging in the balance, Bill Shorten has thrown his support behind a taxpayer bailout.
Views: 324 9NewsAdel
BHP Jobs | 9 News Adelaide
 
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BHP Billiton has slashed hundreds of jobs from its Olympic Dam operation.
Views: 217 9NewsAdel
Living Safely With Electricity - Electrical Safety for Non-Electrical Workers (Educational Video)
 
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Electrical safety begins at home! Many of us underestimate just how dangerous electricity can be. This is evident in the fact that 20 people die in Australia every year from electrocution…..75% of these are non-electrical people. On top of this, over 600 people are hospitalised every year due to electrical injury. Again, mostly non-electricians. This video is aimed at making people think twice about the choices they make in relation to electrical safety and how those choices could impact on their friends and family. The common electrical hazards that cause these incidents can be present not only at work, but also in the home. The good news is that we can manage these hazards well by following some simple guidelines, which this video will take you through. Shot in Whyalla, South Australia, by Arrium Mining and OneSteel, the video features actual employees demonstrating the vital importance of electrical safety both at work and home.
Views: 14799 GFG Alliance Whyalla
Whyalla Solar Farm Project May 2017 - PART A - SSE Australia
 
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The largest and first utility-scale solar plant in South Australia. It's expected to completed in July. Check out Whyalla Solar Farm Project update at: www.whyallasolarfarm.com
Views: 618 Holly Siqingaowa
Mining South Australia 2011 - Interview with John Anderson
 
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We had the opportunity to interview John Anderson, Managing Director of Investigator Resources Ltd. He will be speaking at IIR's Mining South Australia on the 6-7th of December 2011 in Whyalla. 1. How is Investigator Resources working toward silver, gold, and copper discovery on the Eyre and Yorke Peninsulas? 2. Can you run me through a bit more about these new concepts and modern exploration techniques that Investigator is currently pioneering? 3. And can you run me through some of these multiple targets, particularly with regards to silver that you've identified northwest of Kimba, with some of your initial drill intersections? 4. And what are your high potential copper/gold targets like in the northeast of the Yorke Peninsula? 5. You're speaking at IIR's Mining South Australia Conference on the 6th and 7th of December in 2011 in Whyalla. What would you like delegates to gain from attending your presentation? [email protected] +61 2 9080 4090 http://www.iir.com.au/sa/dm http://www.iir.com.au/linkedin/regionalmining http://www.twitter.com/iirmining http://www.youtube.com/user/iiraustralia
Views: 189 iiraustralia
Sanjeev Gupta at the GFG Alliance Whyalla steelworks first anniversary
 
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INSIGHT: Sanjeev Gupta has given a fascinating look into the first year of the Gupta Family Group Alliance's ownership of the Whyalla steelworks and associated mines. The GFG Alliance executive chairman talks about milestones already achieved, plans for the future and his vision to turn Whyalla into a city even more people want to live and work in
Views: 454 Jon Ortlieb
Whyalla l 9 News Adelaide
 
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250 jobs will be shed from Arrium’s Whyalla steelworks over the next six to eight months.
Views: 302 9NewsAdel
Commendation - BGC Contracting
 
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Best Work Health and Safety Management System Safe Work Awards 2014
Views: 362 SafeWork SA
Student Rooms - Jasmine - lives in Paradise, SA - from Whyalla
 
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It's a big move coming down from Whyalla. Moving into a Student Rooms house, and the people at Student Rooms made it much easier. I didn't need to bring that much stuff - the bedroom is great, it's big, it's spacious and convenient it's got everything I need. Living across the road from Paradise Interchange and being ten minutes from city is so convenient. It's great for work, for meeting friends for just getting around. Having my car is also convenient - car parking is awesome. Instead of having to worry about the board or electricity or internet - or having a meeting with all your house mates - it's a lot easier having it sorted out. Having it all packed into one bill makes it more convenient. At Student Rooms everything was there, and it was so easy for me to move. That's why I recommended it to people - because the move was so easy and it was really really great.
Views: 442 Student Rooms
STUDENT WORK EXPERIENCE CONCERT 2017 - Band of the South Australia Police
 
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Annual Work Experience Concert with students and SAPOL Band. Recorded July 2017 at ABC Studio 520 by SAPOL Band and SAPOL Multimedia Unit.
Iron ore trains of Australia's Pilbara
 
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Part 1 of two videos featuring imported American locomotives hauling huge iron ore trains in Western Australia's Pilbara region in July 2017
Views: 5622 John Phillips
OneSteel warns clock is ticking on Whyalla
 
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OneSteel has confirmed it has not decided on the future of its steelworks at Whyalla in South Australia, which is losing large amounts of money in a tough global market.
Views: 3198 ABC News (Australia)
Ship-building in South Australia
 
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In addressing an urgency motion Senator Fawcett explains how South Australia may partner with other international stakeholders to design and produce submarines.
Creating a Social Licence to Operate - OneSteel Whyalla
 
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In 2005-06, OneSteel was taken to court by its Whyalla, South Australian neighbours and its regulatory licence was under threat. Futureye worked with OneSteel to create significant change process that led to its Whyalla stakeholders considering it environmentally and socially responsible. Watch the video to find out more.
Views: 452 Futureyespot
Introducing Vikki Hinton, Senior Workplace Relations Consultant
 
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Vikki is the person you can turn to when you face difficult workplace issues, such as bullying and harassment allegations, union negotiations, performance management, or the need to terminate a staff member. She has about 20 years’ hands-on experience working for South Australian companies in the areas of human resources, recruitment, training, and industrial relations. Vikki can represent your business in the Fair Work Commission and with the Fair Work Ombudsman in relation to any union matters, such as unfair dismissals, general protections claims, union disputes or underpayment claims. She can also help you with any enterprise bargaining, as well as developing documents such as enterprise agreements, contracts, IFA’S, policies and procedures. Vikki guides Business SA members to help them comply with any relevant workplace legislation, and helps them interpret and apply the Modern Awards, including calculating employees’ past and present entitlements. She can also provide training in employment-related topics. Vikki is passionate about helping businesses and strives to always provide high quality and efficient service. She will take the pressure off you and make being an employer easier. To speak to Vikki, phone (08) 8300 0000 or email [email protected]
Views: 79 Business SA
Mine Blast
 
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While at Work Experience at the Iron Duke mines with the drill and blast crew i was lucky enough to see the section blasted.
Views: 1999 Alan Hamlyn
Solastor solar thermal power station for Port Augusta
 
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On 7th June 2016 another important step was taken towards decarbonising the South Australian economy. Solastor Australia announced detailed plans to build a solar thermal power station at Port Augusta. In 2012 Dan Spencer reported for the New Internationalist (http://www.newint.com.au/blog/building-australias-first-solar-thermal-power-plant/): "In July this year – faced with the closure of the coal plants – a community vote was held by a local group called Repower Port Augusta asking residents whether they wanted solar thermal or gas to replace the town’s coal stations. Overwhelmingly the community voted 4053 to 43 for clean air, more jobs and the chance to see Port Augusta lead the country by building Australia’s first solar thermal power plants.” Years passed and despite the enormous enthusiasm of the people of Port Augusta, and tireless activism, little physical progress was made. After a long study, Alinta Energy announced in September 2015 that it wasn’t feasible for it to build a solar thermal plant to replace its coal-fired power stations. Closure had been expected some time between March 2016 and March 2018, but the end came quickly with the power stations shut down on May 9th 2016. South Australia lost a significant part of its baseload power-generating capacity without any commencement of building a replacement. But despite that, the transition to a green economy is well underway in South Australia. 41% of the State’s electricity grid generation was powered by renewable energy in 2014/15. And the South Australian Low Carbon Economy Experts Panel reported to the South Australian Government in November 2015 that it is feasible for the State to reach net zero emissions by 2050. So this week’s announcement from Solastor Australia is tremendously important, particularly because the company is promising prompt action. They plan to build a grid-connected pilot plant at Port Augusta by the end of 2016, using scalable technology. The 1MW demonstration solar thermal power station will have several collector towers, each holding a 10 tonne block of graphite that can store the heat from the toroidal reflector mirrors for up to a week. Water circulating through tubing embedded in the graphite is converted to steam which then drives a turbine generator. The full-scale grid-connected power station will have 1,700 collector tower modules and is expected to generate 110MW in winter and 170MW in summer. Solastor envisages that this will be the first of many similar baseload solar thermal plants.
Have you been to Lowly Mr Rann Part 4
 
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This film is about the unique nature of the Point Lowly Peninsular at Whyalla South Australia. The South Australian Government wants to turn the area into an industrial wasteland. This film is about the significance of the Point Lowly Peninsular to the people of Whyalla and why it should not be destroyed so that others can make more money
Views: 248 andyvetsa
Iron Duke Mine Site
 
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Iron Duke Mine Site in South Australia
Views: 775 TheUploaded
Finalist - Eric Vines (OneSteel Whyalla)
 
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Best Individual Contribution to Work Health and Safety An outstanding contribution by any worker with no direct responsibility for WHS as part of their duties Safe Work Awards 2014
Views: 346 SafeWork SA