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  • Community
    09 August 2020, 08:59 PM

    Helping Perth's homeless reconnect their lives

    To help support homeless people in Perth, BHP’s Petroleum Australia has commented another $2 million to support St Bart’s Reconnecting Lives Program.

  • Community
    03 August 2020, 09:47 AM

    Australian recycling first creates new jobs in the Bowen Basin

    Up to 30 new jobs will be created in the Bowen Basin as a result of a new partnership between BHP and Novum Energy to recycle mining truck tyres for the first time in Australia.

  • Community
    31 July 2020, 11:11 AM

    Michaels career provides worklife balance

    From a young age, Michael Riedel knew he wanted to be a mechanic, but he never realised the trade would take him from the rail industry to the mining industry, setting him up for a future where the perfect work-life balance was a reality.

  • Community
    31 July 2020, 11:07 AM

    Kay celebrates 45 years at Blackwater Mine

    If you work at BMA Blackwater Mine and are met with a problem you can’t solve, or a question you need the answer to, you can almost guarantee someone will tell you – “just ask Kay”. This year Kay Orr is celebrating 45 years at site.

  • 30 July 2020, 02:20 PM

    Big focus on health

    Better access to health services is a big issue for people who live in Newman. “Health has been a big challenge in Newman for a long time, particularly for Indigenous people, who have a cultural barrier to accessing services and often travel in from remote communities,” explained BHP’s Principal Community Sue Michoff. BHP is investing $764,000 in the new Puntukurnu Aboriginal Medical Service (PAMS) facility, opposite Newman Hospital.

  • 30 July 2020, 11:51 AM

    Up to $300 million for leading air quality program across the Pilbara

    BHP plans to invest up to a further $300 million over five years to improve air quality and reduce dust emissions across our Pilbara operations.

  • 30 July 2020, 11:50 AM

    South Flank modules make highway history

    BHP’s South Flank mine is making history – and not just because it will be the industry’s largest iron ore hub. The project is using modular construction techniques to speed up the build of its 145 million tonne per year ore processing hub, and the modules are some of the biggest ever delivered into the Pilbara. Around 1500 units of all shapes and sizes, totaling 35,000 tonnes are arriving into Port Hedland. But with many up to 15 metres wide, and the largest weighing 354 tonne, getting the modules 350 kilometres from Port Hedland to South Flank is a highly complex road transport job. Two years of planning is helping this epic logistics exercise run smoothly.

  • 30 July 2020, 11:50 AM

    The Pilbaras passionate people thinking big with BHP

    Gary Silcock has been a resident of Port Hedland for the past 20 years and believes community will be the next boom for the northwest town.

  • 30 July 2020, 11:41 AM

    Social distancing takes off at Newman Airport

    How do you put in place social distancing controls, in a small regional airport with up to 2000 travellers every day? You involve the whole community.

  • 30 July 2020, 11:40 AM

    South Flank its big and its taking shape

    Construction is more than 65% complete, and big things are happening at South Flank. With ore already being hauled and stockpiled, the mine’s massive primary crushers are now being slotted into the cliff-like walls of the two run-of-mine (ROM) pads.

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