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Family wants answers after fatal Australian mining accident
 
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The Taurima family are seeking answers to the death of their son and father from a mining company in Australia. Jordan Taurima (29) had only been working for a few months in Mt Isa when he was tragically killed in a freak mining accident. Today he was laid to rest in Cambridge. Potaka Maipi spoke to his family.
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Metal Detecting Australia Military Medals
 
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Viewers new permission and Troy and I smashed some old badges and coins.. Cheers Thanks 4 Watching...
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FIFObids on Nine News Bulletin
 
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Nine News Bulletin on the mining boom and how companies are struggling to find the skills they need.
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The world economy needs hard work: Albanese
 
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Rio Tinto chief Tom Albanese says he is watching the markets cautiously but expects slow growth.
Fossil News Update: Fossil of the Day: Australia gets another!
 
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Australia gets another Oi, to its Oi Oi Oi with 4th Fossil of the Day Award (4 out of 10, ouch) Australia’s worsening status as a climate wrecker was given even more attention internationally with its fourth Fossil of the Day awarded today at the Lima COP20. It’s another dubious honour. It’s not an award the Prime Minister will be sending “straight to the pool room”- that’s for sure. Even the spin doctors in the Abbott government will be scratching their flaky heads with what to do as these negative accolades roll on in. There have been ten days of Fossils awarded and Australia has won nearly half. Normally Aussies like to win things, but most sensible Australians would be shaking their heads at this. So what did they do this time? Well the Australian Trade Minister who is here to ‘chaperone’ the Foreign Minister told big business leaders yesterday that his Government may not sign up to a new global deal if major trade competitors are not doing it to, he said Australia will not "get it in the neck". And heck he’s got a heck of coal to flog. Robb’s a self professed climate sceptic, he’s traveling with BHP lobbyists here in Lima and he wanted to reassure everyone at the big end of town that those pesky developing countries got all they were ever going to get (you know that $200million over 4 years they pinched from the massively slashed Australian Foreign Aid budget.) Minister Robb made it clear at the swanky event with big mining and big corporates that the Abbott Government may very well might not sign up to any agreement in Paris next year. That’s just not cricket Minister. Today we will also present a very unusual Ray of the Day - a “Pending” Ray. Japan have declared that the engagement of civil society in the INDC process is important - which is good. However, Japan is one of two countries (the other being the USA) that oppose webcasting meetings of the Green Climate Fund - an important element of transparency. NGO participation and transparency are crucial in the INDC process. Since Japan is championing this position, and hopefully reflecting a similar sentiment at home, Japan is awarded a “Pending” Ray of the Day. When they stop blocking efforts to increase transparency in the Green Climate Fund, they can come and collect. More here: http://www.climatenetwork.org/fossil-of-the-day
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Down Under Down Under: collecting in the dark zone
 
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Authored by Dr Bill Humphreys Presented by Dr Mark Harvey Presented as part of the In the Wild West Lecture Series in 2012. Beneath our feet lies a hotspot of subterranean biodiversity. Hear about the lengths our curators go to - from fishing down boreholes in the desert to abseiling, crawling, hammering, digging and cave diving - to collect specimens for the State’s collection.
Fremantle
 
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Fremantle is a major Australian port city in Western Australia, located at the mouth of the Swan River. Fremantle Harbour serves as the port of Perth, the state capital. Fremantle was the first area settled by the Swan River colonists in 1829. It was declared a city in 1929, and has a population of approximately 27,000. The city is named after Captain Charles Fremantle, the English naval officer who had pronounced possession of Western Australia and who established a camp at the site. The city contains well-preserved 19th century buildings and other heritage features. The Western Australian vernacular diminutive for Fremantle is Freo. The Nyungar name for the area is Walyallup. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Fortescue Metals Group's (FMG) Up 4 It program bringing sporting heroes to indigenous communities
 
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fmgl.com.au | Fortescue Metals Group's (FMG) Up 4 It program brings sporting heroes to schools in indigenous communities delivering healthy messages and school attendance incentives to remote schools in the Pilbara.
Festival of Dangerous Ideas 2013: Malcolm Knox - We are Asia's Quarry
 
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Whether we like it or not, we are a mining nation. Mining has always been an important part of the Australian economy, but has been edged out of our mythology by romantic images of the farmer and the jolly swagman. There are many aspects of contemporary mining that make us uneasy. Mining forces us to depend on foreign clients and capital supplies, it depletes and damages the environment and does not fully reward traditional owners. It employs relatively few Australians and places in danger those who are in work. But few of us aren't touched by its benefits and the recent mining boom has given us the best of both worlds -- the cash without the dirty finger nails., so we need to understand it and stop pretending it should not happen. We are Asia's quarry, a lucky country, not a clever one. It's time to stop pretending any different and take responsibility for what we sell. Malcolm Knox is the award-winning author, journalist, and former Literary Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald, where he famously broke the Walkley Award-winning Norma Khouri story Award. He is the author of many fiction and non-fiction books, including the Ned Kelly Award-winning A Private Man and The Captains. http://sydneyoperahouse.com/ideas Subscribe and find more videos from Ideas at the House: http://www.youtube.com/ideasatthehouse Get a new talk every week on our podcast: Audio - https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/sydney-opera-house-ideas-at/id640445035 Video - https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/sydney-opera-house-ideas-at/id640444896 Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/IdeasAtTheHouse Twitter - https://twitter.com/ideasatthehouse
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HAYZ transportable home presentation
 
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http://www.hayz.com.au. We specialise in providing our customers with quality transportable Homes, modern modular homes, manufactured Homes, Shipping Container Homes, Relocatable Homes, and Prefab homes at affordable prices. Our products are modern, relocatable, demountable, modular, sustainable, comfortable, safe and reliable, customisable, and affordable. We distribute products to Western Australia (WA), Queensland (QLD), South Australia (SA), NSW, VIC, ACT, TAS, NT and NZ.
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BBC News-Climate report: Hot days may double in Australia by 2090
 
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Climate report: Hot days may double in Australia by 2090 The annual number of very hot days in inland Australia could more than double in 75 years, according to a forecast of the effects of climate change by Australian science agency CSIRO. Towns such as Alice Springs could average more than 190 days per year where the temperature crosses 35C, the CSIRO's Kevin Hennessy told the BBC. The town now records such temperatures on an average of 94 days annually. Australia is often accused of ignoring the threat from climate change. The country is one of the world's worst per capita greenhouse gas polluters. Non-governmental organisations say the government lags behind other industrial countries in tackling greenhouse gas emissions. The emissions are blamed for rising global temperatures and climate change. For more Info :http://www.bbc.com/news/
Divas Program 2014 - A review
 
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Desert Divas is the Territory’s premier music development program for aspiring female Indigenous musicians, rappers and singer-songwriters. Fostering the considerable and unique artistic talent of Indigenous women, the programs develop and support the work of Indigenous women in music. This video highlights what was achieved by the MusicNT initiative in 2014. For more info head to www.musicnt.com.au/divas
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Brisbane BHP Protest
 
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On Thursday 26 Nov 2009 there was a protest against the activities of bhp billiton in Australia and around the world. The protest was organised by Friends of the Earth. The protest included this song about BHP sung by one of the protesters accompanied on mandolin and drums