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  • Community
    19 December 2020, 02:09 AM

    BHP Petroleum to donate new laptops for students and teachers in Tamaulipas, Mexico

    BHP Petroleum will donate nearly 900 laptop computers to better enable students and teachers in Tamaulipas to continue virtual education at home. The donation of US$338,000 will benefit 12 schools, 760 students and 136 teachers in the state of Tamaulipas.

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    16 December 2020, 06:48 PM

    Brenda celebrates 25 years of service

    Meet Brenda, Principal Operations Service Management in our Technology team based in Perth, Australia. She has just celebrated the momentous milestone of 25 years of service. Learn more about Brenda’s journey with BHP.

  • Community
    04 December 2020, 03:29 PM

    Building a pipeline of future STEM professionals

    BHP Foundation's partnership with the CSIRO Indigenous STEM Education Project is making an impact - with 80% of the alumni of the ASSETS program still in STEM education or career pathways.

  • Community
    01 December 2020, 08:00 PM

    A rainbow lighting up your life

    Mags, Ria and Georgia are part of an all female Delineation crew at our Jimblebar operations. They decided to paint their workshop sea container to reflect the way they feel - that diversity is very important in the workforce.

  • Community
    01 December 2020, 08:00 PM

    Building a giant

    With construction now more than 85 per cent complete, South Flank is getting ready to rock.

  • Community
    01 December 2020, 08:00 PM

    Bungalow boost for small business

    The Bungalow on Edgar is a new retail space where Port Hedland’s creative and collaborative community can thrive. The iconic building is now home to seven micro and small businesses owned and operated by local Port Hedland women.

  • Community
    01 December 2020, 08:00 PM

    Containers for Change hits Hedland

    Care for Hedland recently opened its doors to a new container deposit scheme, Containers for Change.

  • Community
    01 December 2020, 08:00 PM

    Distance no barrier for free womens legal service

    Women in the Pilbara experiencing family or domestic violence now have access to free legal services thanks to a new two-year pilot program by Women’s Legal Service Western Australia (WSLWA).

  • Community
    01 December 2020, 08:00 PM

    Flexibility the key to stability

    Catherine Hoxha, a working mum of three young children, said her family was close to leaving Newman because it was becoming too hard to find permanent childcare. However, thanks to flexible work arrangements she’s been able to keep her job and continue living in town.

  • Community
    01 December 2020, 08:00 PM

    From strength to strength

    “If you give someone an opportunity – they can turn it into something.” Tammy O’Connor is a Palyku/Nyiyaparli woman and the owner of Kingkira, a 100 per cent Aboriginal owned business in the Pilbara, providing industrial and waste management services to BHP. Her local business is growing from strength to strength, and has now successfully completed two big projects at BHP’s South Flank.

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