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For the sixth season, BHP Billiton Potash is title sponsor of the annual Enchanted Forest Holiday Light Tour in Saskatoon, Canada.
BHP Billiton employees Laura Tyler, Vanessa Torres and Tina Markovic were recently recognised among 2016’s 100 Global Inspirational Women in Mining 2016.
In response to the recent bushfires in South Australia and Western Australia, BHP Billiton Sustainable Communities has donated A$500,000 to assist affected communities.
Premier Colin Barnett has today opened the new A$27 million Ronald McDonald House Perth on the QEII medical site adjacent to the new Perth Children’s Hospital in Nedlands. The house was supported, in part, by BHP Billiton Iron Ore.
The BHP Billiton Banjima Comprehensive Agreement covers an area of 8263 square kilometres and includes a number of the Company’s Pilbara-based iron ore operations and most of the Banjima Native Title determination area
BHP Billiton is proud to be the principal partner of TARNANTHI, the Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art, presented by the Art Gallery of South Australia and supported by the Government of South Australia.
This year, young people in the City of Saskatoon and the surrounding area will be participating in organized sport thanks to a C$25,000 donation from BHP Billiton.
Children of all abilities can now access a new playspace thanks in part to a donation by employee, Michael Henry, which was double-matched through BHP Billiton’s Matched Giving Program.
We are proud to announce our sponsorship of the 2015 Back to Batoche Festival, the fifth year in which we’ve supported this significant cultural event.
BHP Billiton today announced a A$5 million investment in the community precinct at Perth Stadium. One of the defining features of the community precinct will be its recognition of Indigenous culture, both within Perth and across West Australia. The investment will also see the development of a public amphitheatre and boardwalk.