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Million Dollar Gamblers
Made by Roger Whittaker Films - 1982. NFSA title no. 262876 This documentary delves into the social, cultural, and economic lives of the residents of the remote opal mining town of Coober Pedy, South Australia. Produced shortly after the Coober Pedy Act of 1981, the film captures social and economic changes underway, hastened by the introduction of satellite television in 1980. The historically maverick town must adapt to the formality of local government if it is to continue supporting its residents.
Views: 9371 NFSA Films
Opal mining - Lightning Ridge - NSW Australia
Gold Nugget Adventures go opal mining at our mate Bob's mine.
Views: 2666 Trent King
Kapunda's Hidden Secrets: Kapunda Mines
Join us as we explore the history and beauty of the Old Kapunda Copper Mines located at Kapunda, South Australia www.eidolonparanormal.net All photos remain the property of their respective copyright owners and are displayed here for the purpose of education, research and review under the copyright act "fair usage" clause. Some photo's used here in this video are sourced from The Sate Library of South Australia, and The National Library of Australia - all photos are out of copyright and have no usage restrictions implied.
Views: 1843 Eidolon Paranormal
Australian Symbols Opals National, Heritage Graham Black Opal Gemstones.
Australian emblems national flag coat of arms floral emblem green yellow opals, identity icons logo, https://www.grahamblackopal.com/good-luck-gemstones Australian treasures State Heritage, sites 3 mile rd mine opal mining & Australia opal centre New South Wales. https://www.grahamblackopal.com/custom-opal-jeweller Australian heritage site Opal go to maps Australia official symbol on heritage list : places https://www.google.com/maps/place/Graham+Black+Opal+Jewelry/@-29.461617,147.967547,625m/data=!3m2!1e3!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x6ba8f30ecd0f1ef7:0x9ed6dc440fbedce6 Other states and cities Melbourne Victoria, Brisbane Queensland, Perth Western Australia, Adelaide South Australia, Hobart Tasmania, Darwin Northern Territory.
Views: 531 Opal jewelry
Collarenebri: The Railway That Never Was
Collarenebri, in northern New South Wales, Australia, missed out by 'that much' on having its own railway station. Instead, the planned line was cancelled nine miles from the town. In this video, we explore Pokataroo, the end of the line, and discuss what might have happened if the line had been completed to its planned terminus. Extras from this episode: http://www.idontunderstand.info/news-extras/extras-collarenebri-the-railway-that-never-was Handy links about relevant stuff: Pokataroo station on NSWrail.net: http://nswrail.net/locations/show.php?name=NSW:Pokataroo&line=NSW:pokataroo:0 Pokataroo on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pokataroo Collarenebri on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Collarenebri The Pokataroo railway line on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pokataroo_railway_line Old newspaper articles, letters to the editor, and public domain photographs sourced from http://trove.nla.gov.au -- an amazing resource and a rabbit hole you'll find yourself falling into! The Australian Opal Centre has nothing to do with this video, but they do have great caps! You can see videos of some of the Australian Opal Centre's awesome collection of stuff -- mining heritage items, opals and opalised fossils, all sorts of things -- on this channel, feel free to subscribe and check them all out! Thank YOU for watching! IDU on the interwebs: http://idontunderstand.info IDU on Facebook: http://facebook.com/idunderstand IDU on Twitter: http://twitter.com/idunderstand IDU on Instagram: http://instagram.com/idu_idontunderstand IDU on Tumblr: http://idunderstand.tumblr.com
Views: 2245 IDU Curiosity
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Solo HD Ride to Opal Mines of Lightening Ridge, NSW
1874km ride to the Opal Mines at Lightening Ridge, NSW in the Surat Basin. This was a 3.5 day solo run.
Views: 136 Bill Carranza
Nuclear Shipment Truth Exposed
Watch exclusive footage of Dayne “Frackman” Pratzky as he joins forces with Greenpeace to uncover the truth behind the dodgy nuclear waste shipment that arrived in Australia over the weekend. Take action to stop Australia from becoming the world's nuclear waste dump here: http://act.gp/1lDkYU6
Murder charge over ‘larrikin’ death at Lightning Ridge
► Murder charge over ‘larrikin’ death at Lightning Ridge ► Emergency services were called to Three Mile Road at Lightning Ridge before midday on Friday after a... ► SUBSCRIBE channel...... : ► Facebook Fanpage ........: ► Twitter ........................: ► Google + .....................: ► Source : http://www.news.com.au/national/nsw-act/courts-law/murder-charge-over-larrikin-death-at-lightning-ridge/news-story/637f51379ba7197b9ab6fdf20af3bbdb ► Videos can use content-based copyright law contains reasonable use Fair Use (https://www..com/yt/copyright/). ► With the above criteria, if there is any breach of the principles of Community, law on copyright then please comment on the video.
Where the Green Ants Dream   Movie Extracts
North East Arnhem Land clan elders Mr R Marika and Mr W Marika (dec) from Yirrkala in the Werner Herzog movie, "Where Green Ants Dream" (brief extracts). A mining company begins exploration blasting and drilling in conflict with an Aboriginal group protecting their sacred sites, "the Green Ant Dreaming". Filmed in outback South Australian opal fields with a NE Arnhem Land clan. After unsuccessfully contesting the mining company in court under "the Land Rights Act", the Aborigines are given a Caribou aeroplane and commence to build an airstrip, more in the style of a New Guinea cargo cult. Blasting commences and stirs up the dreaming site with potential disastrous results. Some great acting by Bruce Spence, Norman Kaye, Ray Barrett and other Australian actors with Roy and Wandjuk Marika as the elders of their clan (both since deceased). Filmed in 1984. German Film Awards winner. Outstanding cinematography by Jorg Schmidt-Reitwein.
Views: 12464 kulaluk1971
ReBrandSA - South Australia: Live better
Brand by: Brian Zwar Live Better is a simple, honest campaign about all the best things that make up our state. We don't have one big-ticket drawcard, but rather a diversity of the little things that together make life here better than elsewhere. Live Better plays to our great strength -- live-ability -- and turns our smaller size into a positive by emphasising the quality and accessibility of what SA does well in a slogan that is positive, aspirational, invitational and confident. Live Better is about our great food, beaches, wineries, local produce, parks, festivals, suburbs and towns. It's about getting a car park outside your favourite restaurant on Gouger Street, a lunch break in the Botanic Gardens, fresh seafood at Semaphore and cold beer at Hahndorf. It's about a weekend in the Barossa or a longer outback getaway in the Flinders. It's all the things that make for better living. The brand is adaptable and broad enough to showcase the city, regions, wineries, holiday locations, festivals or opportunities for work and study. It invites visitors to imagine a holiday of better living on Kangaroo Island, or migrants to imagine living 15 minutes from the city and close to the coast and the hills. Live Better is about all the things that together make SA great, and their accessibility compared to elsewhere. It capitalises on our main drawcard and is an opportunity to tell others what we like most about our state.
Views: 514 Rebrand SA
http://blackopaldirect.com/ See the best opal in the world at blackopaldirect.com and Justin will take you on a journey into the opal world in Australia. Justin will show you how to cut opal, how to grade and even how to mine. WIth many amazing gem black opals along the way
Views: 547 Black Opal Direct
Take 5 Training Hazard Indentification and awareness.
Western Australia Mine Safety. This production was produced by Port Hedland Miners for new people starting at entry level positions in Mining Western Australia. The production draws from the experience of everyday workers at ground zero, real life, real time.
Views: 2536 Dave Solkowski
Rough opal rub from Lightning Ridge Glengary Grawon Area
Rough opal rub Lightning Ridge Glengary Grawon Area Length 34mm Width 11mm Thickness 2mm Lightly rubbed back 8.5ct
Views: 25 Wight Opal
http://blackopaldirect.com/ See the best opal in the world at blackopaldirect.com/ and Justin will take you on a journey into the opal world in Australia. Justin will show you how to cut opal, how to grade and even how to mine. WIth many amazing gem black opals along the way
Views: 80 Black Opal Direct
MOBIT @ Third People's Minining Conference: A Message to Canadians Part 2 of 5
Sister Stella Matutina Panalipdan! Mindanao Our project partner in Mindanao is Panalipdan-SMR (Southern Mindanao Region), panalipdan-smr.blogspot.com. Panalipdan-SMR is an alliance of organizations and individuals united in the defense of the environment, food security, land rights, and national patrimony against the plunder and destruction of the country's natural and mineral resources. Its membership is comprised of environmental advocates and activists, church people, academe, small-scale miners, youth, Lumad, and Moro organizations. --- Mobit Mindanao Mining Monitoring is a Canada-Philippines solidarity pilot project designed as a community-run, mobile blogging platform designed to provide social media literacy and infrastructure to remote, rural communities in the Southern Mindanao region of the Philippines. Mobit was created as a monitoring tool for those who are in the frontlines of dealing with environmental and human rights crisis brought about by Canadian mining operations in their region. Follow us on facebook: http://facebook.com/mobitmindanao on twitter: http://twitter.com/mobit_cc our website: http://mobit.cc Please sign our petition to end the practice of Mining corporation hiring private militias in the Philippines: http://www.pnoylovesminingmilitias.org/
Views: 522 MobitTV
Ebay sellers are selling this opal and its fake. We have proof
See Justin from blackopaldirect.com show the proof that these sellers on ebay are selling treated opal. A fraudulent act that needs to be stopped. If you have bought some of this opal show them this video and see there reaction. All the seller I have bought from have changed there listings as now the proof is available.
Views: 60655 Black Opal Direct
Australia rejects renewable energy back to coal
23june14 AbbottPM tells Parliament Australia to expand coal after recently declaring war on renewable energy. Owned by magnates.
Views: 102 Chris Murphy
SA Premier Mike Rann vs. Giant Australian Cuttlefish - Farewell party protest surprise!
http://cuttlefishcountry.com Mike Rann's final day as the South Australian premier prompted a surprise intervention from documentary filmmaker and environmental activist Dan Monceaux. Supported by comedian Seb Carboncini, who played the part of a demonic Rann doppelganger, Monceaux presented the departing South Australian State Premier with a surprise gift- a Giant Australian Cuttlefish pinata. Interrupting the Premier's speech in a style comparable to that of famous political satirists from The Chaser, Monceaux offered Mike Rann the pinata, urging him to give it a whack. He offered him a rolled up newspaper with which to do the deed, promising the predominantly State Government funded body of filmmakers present and Rann legacy supporters that if he hit it hard enough, mining royalties would shower out over all of them. The bold act came to an ugly end after Rann declined the offer to whack the cuttlefish, and fellow activist and the demonic Rann double did the deed on the Premier's behalf. The cuttlefish then fell from the staircase, while the filmmaker decried the "Last cuttlefish, destroyed by Mike Rann'. The event was also interrupted by anti-nuclear protesters, who entered the event wearing radiation protection suits, and carrying a large.banner calling for 'No Roxby Expansion'. Monceaux and Carboncini's protest was designed to draw much needed attention to the Government's prostitution of the environment to benefit the interests of mining giant BHP Billiton and the Olympic Dam mine expansion- recently approved to become the largest mine in the world, and stepping up our involvement in the proliferation of nuclear power and weapons around the world. To learn more about the issues, please visit our website, where interviews with key scientists, engineers and activists provide much needed perspectives on the social, environmental and economic trade-offs being made to further the interests of the world's richest mining company. Find out more in our Youtube channel and at http://cuttlefishcountry.com . The documentary film Cuttlefish Country will be released internationally in late 2011.
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Painted Desert South Australia 2009
PaintedDesert 2009 Low Level animal survey.
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Unique Melbourne & Sydney Opal Tourist Attraction Kath & Kim style
View this fabulous, fun and silly video! Take the tour of The National Opal Collection to see an incredible display of opalised fossils, opal mining, opal cutting and world-class opal jewellery. Stores are located in Melbourne & Sydney, Australia. www.nationalopal.com
Views: 673 TheNationalOpal
What is FOSSICKING? What does FOSSICKING mean? FOSSICKING meaning, definition & explanation
What is FOSSICKING? What does FOSSICKING mean? FOSSICKING meaning - FOSSICKING pronunciation - FOSSICKING definition - FOSSICKING explanation - How to pronounce FOSSICKING? SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ?sub_confirmation=1 Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. In Australia, New Zealand and Cornwall, fossicking is prospecting, especially when carried out as a recreational activity. This can be for gold, precious stones, fossils, etc. by sifting through a prospective area. In Australian English and New Zealand English, the term has an extended use meaning to "rummage". The term has been argued to come from Cornish. In Australia, "fossicking" is protected by a number of laws which vary from state to state. In some states such as Queensland, fossickers must obtain a licence but in others, (e.g., New South Wales) no licence is required. In South Australia, fossicking is defined as "the gathering of minerals as (a) a recreation; and (b) without any intention to sell the minerals or to utilise them for a commercial purpose", and these activities are considered as not being affected by the Mining Act. Generally, this activity is regulated by the relevant State Government Department with certain rules to be followed. These typically include requiring the landowners permission for access, use of hand (non-powered) tools only and restrictions on the amount of material that can be removed in a day. Fossicking can be done in remote locations with no facilities, or can be a part of a guided tour. Several small businesses in Australia have set up for the purpose of introducing new people to the activity or providing facilities for fossickers near the areas being searched. Frequently fossickers will try day trips; where this is impractical due to the remote location, they may combine the search with an overnight camping trip. Many of the areas where mineral specimens are to be found are areas of outstanding natural beauty, and other recreational activities such as photography and hiking are common additions to a fossicking trip. In Cornwall, such prospecting was monitored by the Stannary. he equivalent term used in searching for opal is noodling. "Noodling: The practice of sifting through rejected mullock heaps for small pieces of precious opal inadvertently discarded by the miners. A number of people on the opal fields rely entirely on noodling for a living. They either sift through the waste material by hand ... or use a noodling machine. These people are 'professional' noodlers. Tourists and others casually searching the dumps for pieces of opal are also noodling."
Views: 30 The Audiopedia
Murray-Darling: Investigation into fraud allegations against Norman Farming cotton farm
24/10/2017 Claims Norman Farming has made fraudulent funding claims against the Healthy Headwaters project which is designed to improve the Murray-Darling river system.
Views: 669 Qldaah
CALLED OFF - 31/07/2013
Frustrated police have called off the search for Karen Williams at Coober Pedy.
Views: 74 9NewsAdel
Diamond Mines by Peter Armetta
Dreams Landing presents an excerpt from "Diamond Mines", an original audio drama by Peter Armetta. Three children discover that an abandoned tar pit, soon to be developed into a shopping mall, is really a linking place to an eternal world, where they are instructed by a wise but eccentric grandmother. The full audio drama is available for free download at http://archive.org/details/DiamondMines. Dreams Landing audio dramas, dream gallery, and One Earth, One Dream, an evening of dreams in live performance, can be found at http://www.dreamslanding.org.
Views: 136 Peter Armetta
The Mine Subsidence Board - Surface Development Guidelines
The Mine Subsidence Board is a service organisation operating for the community in coal mining areas of New South Wales, Australia, and is responsible for administering the Mine Subsidence Compensation Act. Our mission is to mitigate the effects of mine subsidence on the community by promoting compatibility between surface developments and underground coal mining, restoring damaged improvements and managing the compensation fund. for more information visit our website www.minesub.nsw.gov.au
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|UNDERGROUND CIETY OF AUSTRALIA || जमिन मुनि को गाउँ  by mountain news ||
#mountainnewsbykarkikhem Coober Pedy is a town in northern South Australia, 846 km (526 mi) north of Adelaide on the Stuart Highway. In the 2016 Census, there were 1,762 people in Coober Pedy (State Suburbs). Of these 962 were male and 801 were female. There were 302 Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people that made up 17.1% of the population.[1] The town is sometimes referred to as the "opal capital of the world" because of the quantity of precious opals that are mined there. Coober Pedy is renowned for its below-ground residences, called "dugouts", which are built in this fashion due to the scorching daytime heat. The name "Coober Pedy" comes from the local Aboriginal term kupa-piti, which means "boys' waterhole".[6] The first opal was found in Coober Pedy on 1 February 1915; since then the town has been supplying most of the world's gem-quality opal. Coober Pedy today relies as much on tourism as the opal mining industry to provide the community with employment and sustainability. Coober Pedy has over 70 opal fields and is the largest opal mining area in the world. LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE Video keyboard 1. Coober pedy australia 2. coober pedy 3. coober pedy australia underground home 4. coober pedy underground city 5. Coober pedy south australia 6. Coober pedy university band kookabarra कृपया तलदिइएका भिडियो हरु हेरर प्रतिक्रिया दिनु होल🇳🇵🇳🇵🇳🇵🇳🇵🇳🇵🇳🇵🇳🇵🇳🇵🇳🇵🇳🇵🇳🇵🇳🇵🇳🇵by mountain news➡️➡️➡️➡️➡️➡️➡️➡️➡ ✏️✏️✏️✏️✏️✏️✏️✏️✏️✏️✏️✏️✏️✏️✏ 1. Fact about loard siva➡️https://youtu.be/S0Gi8drAn2Y 2. NASA ko jhut➡️https://youtu.be/en9Ct7Vcc2o 3. True history of nepal➡️https://youtu.be/cLmNcIUtZaA 4. interesting fact of nepal➡️https://youtu.be/seII6UbGTWw 5. my another video new nepali short movi pk➡https://youtu.be/Rc0kUPPNLSo 6. My video Gontok sikkim ➡️https://youtu.be/P7Dj7fBq5OE 7. travelling to bhedetar➡️https://youtu.be/LskaNutYn5Y 8. Sivaratri festival ➡️https://youtu.be/xM6qAT5TciU 9. Sundar badimalika➡️https://youtu.be/BqhpELyNYmA 10. Travelling to sabha pokhari➡️https://youtu.be/cabG7MFFlJM 11. Parshuram karki ka kabita➡️https://youtu.be/dbJ8mUikbAI 12. Taplejung helicopter accident ➡️https://youtu.be/Qaa8oTls2Tw 13. My antother video➡️https://youtu.be/5p3Y2TBzv0w 14. Pathibhara temple➡️https://youtu.be/2mog5teArX8 15. Picnic spot in pokhara➡️https://youtu.be/9ZXd8TG209Q 16. chomolungma ➡️https://youtu.be/57aTiLuR8SI 17. New phone➡️https://youtu.be/2CuBM6hWusc 18. beauti of nepal➡️https://youtu.be/0sWcLRYZdZA 19. Nepal➡️https://youtu.be/flrIUcZEkNI How to get reall auto like in 20. facebook➡️https://youtu.be/i2oAuhYYsYU 21. pashupati temple➡️https://youtu.be/JqdxqnCp62I 22. Mount everest ➡️https://youtu.be/JWlpRLsiR4g 23. history of nepal➡️https://youtu.be/_OmsPhUNPjI 24. Nepali cover song➡️https://youtu.be/8hBVAPa4xMw 25. My anoyher video fikkal bazar ilam➡️https://youtu.be/OA0Q_lP2KuM 26. Traking Gufa pokhari➡️https://youtu.be/dIZdsa1o9gE ➡️My instagram https://www.instagram.com/karki.kh/ ➡️My facebook https://m.facebook.com/Mountain-news-573134086489584/?ref=bookmarks ➡️My youtubehttpshttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj-jlbnJiXv9CjossEVVWuA Disclaimer - video is for educational purpose only.Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. mountain news #mountainnewsbykarkikhem
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Nuclear Power in the Australian Context
A short video documentary on Nuclear Power in the Australian Context as a requirement for ELEC4122 Strategic Development and Ethics at UNSW. Uploaded due to popular demand and for the embarrassing memories. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Includes the following video resources: Macquarie Generation flyover https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YLV7pzUVUMg 3D virtual tour of CCGT power plant at Pembroke, UK https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AXf8btAP3B4 Uranium mine at Mary Kathleen, Queensland https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-aVNZzXOzw Tour of Darlington Nuclear Power Plant, Canada https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_AdA5d_8Hm0 ANSTO 60 Years of Discovery https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L75eASlBuY
Views: 210 Man Nguyen
The Mine Subsidence Board - About Us
The Mine Subsidence Board is a service organisation operating for the community in coal mining areas of New South Wales, Australia, and is responsible for administering the Mine Subsidence Compensation Act. Our mission is to mitigate the effects of mine subsidence on the community by promoting compatibility between surface developments and underground coal mining, restoring damaged improvements and managing the compensation fund. for more information visit our website www.minesub.nsw.gov.au
Views: 909 MineSubBoard
Karin P. Sheldon on The Mining Law of 1872
Details and effects of The Mining Law of 1872. Karin P. Sheldon: Executive director of Western Resource Advocates, a conservation law and policy non-profit in Boulder, Colorado. "The Fight to Save Red Lady: Chapter Two" The First in the 2008 Public Policy Forum of Crested Butte Series. Recored July 3, 2008 in Crested Butte Colorado. For more information, visit http://crestedbutteforum.org/
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Opal Caravan Park
Views: 571 John Kovacs
Tucson Gem Show
Tucson Gem show
Views: 3656 Dawn Fine
CARAVAN TRIP 2007 Port Hedland was originally known by the Indigenous Kariyarra and Nyamal people as Marrapikurrinya, which either means "place of good water" Though the coastline in the area had been explored in the 1700s, Captain Peter Hedland was one of the first Europeans to explore the harbour for the purpose of developing an export port. Peter Hedland arrived in the area in April 1863 onboard his boat, Mystery that he had built himself at Point Walter on the banks of the Swan River. He named the Harbour Mangrove Harbour and reported that it would make a good landing site with a well protected harbour and that there was also fresh water available. What Hedland failed to point out was that the harbour was difficult to enter because of a huge sandbar that sealed the entrance meaning it was only accessible at high tide and that it was difficult to enter in bad weather because of the narrow entrance.[4] During 1866 the resident Magistrate of Roebourne Treverton Sholl commissioned Charles Wedge to investigating alternative towns site to Roebourne. Wedge reported that Port Hedland's suitability was pessimistic. In 1891 the exploration of the area by Tom Traine John Wedge and Syd Hedley identified two landings and described the harbour as "pretty as well as safe". During September 1895 Cossack residents requested the District Surveyor to survey the headland at Port Hedland and requested the Government to build a jetty. Goldsworthy mining discovered iron ore in the Pilbara in the late 1950s and built the towns of Goldsworthy and later Shaygap as mine sites. A rail line was then built to Port Hedland where dredging was undertaken to deepen and widen the port's channel and a wharf was built opposite the township of Port Hedland on Finicane Island. Shipment of ore began on 27 May 1966 when the Harved S Muddsailed from Port hedland to Japan with 24,900 tonnes of ore. In 1967 iron ore was discovered at Mt Whaleback and a mining venture was undertaken that included the establishment of a new Town, Newman, 426 km of rail from the mine to the port and the development of processing equipment at both Newman and Port Hedland. In 1986, at a cost of $87 million, the existing channel was dredged to allow the port to increase the tonnage of those ships able to enter the port. WIKIPEDIA DON PUGH
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Lightning Ridge Floodwaters
Leaving town (The Ridge) as the Queensland floodwaters head south. Water across the highway as make a timely escape
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Coober Pedy through the eyes of Ishka
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The Minerama Fossicking, Gem & Jewellery Show  Glen Innes  Australia  part 1
Gem Festival in Glen Innes Highlands The Minerama Fossicking, Gem & Jewellery Show March 10, 11 and 12 in 2017 Minerama Fossicking, Gem & Jewellery Show in Glen Innes is NSW’s largest annual gem and jewellery show, attracting visitors and dealers from all over Australia. Held every year on the 2nd weekend in March, Minerama is perfect for all gem and jewellery lovers, rockhounds and outdoor adventurers. Search for buried treasure in Glen Innes Highlands with a 3-day program (Thursday, Friday and Saturday) of guided fossicking field trips to suit both beginner and experienced gem hunters. It’s great fun for the whole family with a wealth of gems waiting to be unearthed and jewels waiting to be worn. There are over 100+ stalls trading in gemstones, fine jewellery, facet rough, lapidary tools & supplies, crystals, beads, fossils, mineral specimens, arts, crafts and more. Whether you are after a two-dollar special, a gemstone of world-class quality or a unique piece of jewellery you’ll find it at Minerama. Minerama also featured gem cutting and beading displays, advice from gemmologists, dealers, lapidaries & jewellers, and plenty of free entertainment throughout the weekend. www.minerama.com.au
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Lecture 7 - Oct 17, 2012  (Australia)
Lecture in Australia on Australia!
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Checking the wash with a baby sapphire, by Graham
Graham is showing us once again how he is looking for the sapphire wash with a baby sapphire. We are at Windeyer's Folly in Sapphire, in Queensland.
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"Underground Water, the Galilee Basin & the Water Act" - Tom Crothers.
Tom Crothers has an enviable reputation in specialist rural water matters. He has campaigned against the erosion of landholder’s surface and groundwater rights. Access to stock & domestic water and the availability of both quantity and quality of water into the future is a critical property right. This is a presentation delivered at the 2015 Property Rights Australia conference at Emerald August 22. The conference theme was Legacy or Travesty - Protecting the Future of Farming. Tom Crothers in his presentation looks at the cumulative impacts on the underground water if the approved and proposed coal mines for the Galilee Basin proceed. He then brought the audience up to date with recent events and also turned his attention at what is being proposed in the near future by the current government Biography – Tom Crothers. Tom Crothers started his career in 1975 as a soil conservation officer in Toowoomba and worked in a number of natural resource management roles until his appointment as Regional Services Director (South East Region) in 2004. In 2006 he was appointed General Manager of the Water Allocation and Planning Group of the Department of Natural Resources and Mines and was still in this role when he retired from the Queensland Public Service in July 2011, after a 36 year career. His work in this Group resulted in the completion of 11 Water Resource Plans and 12 Resource Operations Plans as part of Queensland’s Statutory Water Planning Framework. In delivering these Plans he acquired an extensive knowledge of the policy settings and statutory provisions associated with water planning and management as well as the processes and opportunities for community and stakeholder input. Tom Crothers has an enviable reputation for his broad knowledge of governmental processes and the most effective ways for managing these processes to deliver quality outcomes from a stakeholder’s perspective. Now a director of Stellar Advisory Services, which specialises in rural water matters, he co-authored a 2013 report, ‘Draining the Lifeblood: groundwater impacts of mining in the Galilee Basin’. He has also worked with the Western Rivers Alliance and the Condamine Basin Sustainability Alliance in campaigning against the erosion of landholder’s surface and groundwater rights.
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FINDING GOLD III (Gold & Sapphires) How To Find Gold! Finding Gold Series
Finding Gold IV: http://youtu.be/Ay2zZ7Dee3I Finding Gold III: How to find gold & sapphires. http://www.treasuresites.com/treasurebooks.htm for location guides & tools. Do not discount the "pretty" rocks found along with gold. The sapphires you see are worth many times more than gold. Sapphire (& Ruby, (corundum), is like garnet, a relatively high specific gravity that will catch in a sluice readily. These gems act as gold, they will drop behind a boulder, in bedrock cracks, and set up in the stratiform layers of a bar on the inside bend of a stream. In a perfect (laboratory world) a river bar sets up from front to back: Gold, Platinum, Lead, Iron Ore (black sand), Gems, Sand. and in a stratiform layer (top to bottom) Sand, Gems, Iron Ore, Lead, Platinum, Gold. In the real world big gold drops out at the head of the bar and as the bar is formed, it forms an airfoil shape which sucks light gold flakes (and gems) to the back of the bar. What you want to look for is concentrations of black sands at the back of the bar to know there is gold (and gems) likely. At the front of the bar will be the heaviest gold (nuggets) and gems, but they may be too deep or covered by massive layers of boulders to get to. Just remember to follow the black sands and move slightly ahead of them for the richest concentrations of fine & flake gold (and gems). More info at my website on the Gold and Gems info page. Finding Gold Prospecting Series.
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इसे मामूली गड्ढा समझने की गलती न करे, सच्चाई जान उड़ जायेंगे होश..
इसे मामूली गड्ढा समझने की गलती न करे, सच्चाई जान उड़ जायेंगे होश =================( #hindinewsvideo )===================== ✓ Subscribe ► https://bit.ly/2FuZVwS Stay Connected with Us : ✓ Follow Us On Facebook ► https://bit.ly/2s60fhW ✓ Follow Us On Google plus ► https://bit.ly/2FtzTKp ====================================================== This village is unique in itself, situated about 846 km from the city of Adelaide in Australia. In view, the whole field is empty then the village is said. So this is the specialty of this village.   This village, called Komba Peddi, is situated inside the ground. These houses built inside the ground look like a pile from the top but their textures and decorations from inside are not less than a palace. Have you heard the name of a village that is inside the ground. Yes, there is a concierge, a village in the world is also where all the people live under the ground. Located in South Australia, the name of this village is called 'Cubar Paddy'. The people here have built houses in Opel's mines here. Australia has the most opal mines in this village. This is why this village is called 'Opal capital of the world'. Opal is a milky precious stone. Coober Peddie is a dessert area, so here in summer the temperatures are very high and in winter very little. These houses appear to be made from clay outside but their decoration from inside is no less than a palace. According to a report, 60 percent of the people here live in underground homes. The decoration of homes inside the mines attracts the mind. Its texture is such that there is no requirement of AC in summer or heaters in the winter. Here many Hollywood movies are shot. The production left the spaceships of the film after shooting Pitch Black film. Now it has become a tourist attraction.... ====================================================== Note :- Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
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Marisha's Honey Heist | Critical Role RPG One-Shot
Watch Critical Role Live Thursdays at 7pm PT on Twitch at https://www.twitch.tv/geekandsundry Thanks to Marvel Puzzle Quest for sponsoring this episode of Critical Role! Check out http://bit.ly/MarvelCrit to learn more, and download the game for free on the Apple App Store & Google Play. For more RPGs we love, go to http://bit.ly/GS_RPG Music and Sound by Syrinscape. https://store.syrinscape.com/what-is-syrinscape/?critatt Visit us on http://geekandsundry.com Subscribe to Geek and Sundry: http://goo.gl/B62jl Join our community at: http://geekandsundry.com/community Twitter: http://twitter.com/geekandsundry Facebook: http://facebook.com/geekandsundry Instagram: http://instagram.com/geekandsundry Thanks to @CRTranscript and all the critters for closed captions!
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Gemseek Web Promo
Join Al, an aussie larrikin as he treks the out back of Australia and share in the wild and fascinating experiences along the way. In this first episode of the series, Al will showcase some amazing destinations in the New England ranges of NSW. Exploring bat infested caves, and exposing the secrets of divining for sapphires, while teaching you the art of gem seeking.
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The Frigid Doom | Critical Role RPG Show Episode 64
Catch Critical Role live Thursdays at 7PM PT on Twitch: https://goo.gl/D9fsrS Listen to the Critical Role podcast: https://goo.gl/jVwPBr Vox Machina go on a secret mission to the decimated city of Draconia, in the hopes of learning more about the Chroma Conclave. Also, there were some technical difficulties, so apologies for some of the roughness. Thanks to Loot Crate! Get $3 off at http://bit.ly/Lootcrate_CriticalRole You can pick up a Critical Role poster at http://shop.geekandsundry.com For more RPGs we love, go to http://bit.ly/GS_RPG Visit us on http://geekandsundry.com Subscribe to Geek and Sundry: http://goo.gl/B62jl Join our community at: http://geekandsundry.com/community Twitter: http://twitter.com/geekandsundry Facebook: http://facebook.com/geekandsundry Instagram: http://instagram.com/geekandsundry Google+: https://plus.google.com/+GeekandSundry/
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