The Gold Industry Group’s naming rights partnership of the West Australian Netball League is being recognised in a dedicated Gold Round this week, at the State’s Gold Netball Centre.
This comes after West Coast Fever celebrated their Gold Industry Group Round in Round 13 of Suncorp Super Netball in front of 7,393 fans at RAC Arena last weekend.
West Coast Fever players Jhaniele Fowler and Beryl Friday visited the Shooting Stars Narrogin site to help participants learn valuable skills and build their confidence, both in the classroom and on the court.
As a joint initiative of Glass Jar Australia and Netball WA, Shooting Stars commenced work on their Narrogin site in 2018.
KCGM have launched an innovative three-year project in the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, where the public can give feedback and share ideas, to better understand the community’s sentiment toward its operations.
The project, Local Voices, invites community members to face-to-face consultations and confidential surveys, so people can see the direct impact and benefit of their feedback in influencing KCGM’s business decisions.
The Gold Industry Group are the new naming rights partner of the State Netball Centre; with Netball WA announcing the world-class, netball-first venue will now be known as the Gold Netball Centre.
Sport and Recreation Minister, the Hon. Mick Murray MLA, alongside VenuesWest CEO David Etherton, Netball WA CEO Simon Taylor and GIG Vice Chairperson Kelly Carter unveiled the first of the new signage installed.
The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder is inviting all artists to register for the 2019 Art Prize, with more than $37,000 in prize money, plus the opportunity to hold a solo exhibition in the Goldfields Arts Centre gallery.
The theme “A Place to Call Home”, lends itself to a myriad of concepts, such as beginnings, ancestry, origins, belonging and identity.
On July 12, Newcrest Mining supported 70 young Martu men to participate in a curtain raiser football match at Perth’s Optus Stadium prior to The AFL Grand Final rematch between Collingwood and the West Coast Eagles.
The young Martu players and support staff travelled several thousand kilometres to Perth from various remote communities in the Pilbara region of WA.
Netball in Western Australia and the Gold Industry Group have celebrated the first three months of a fruitful partnership this week.
The partnership has impacted the more than 230,000 netball participants around the State, particularly in WA’s regional areas through the roll out of the Regional Office Structure, which has been made sustainable through the partnership.
Meet Technical Coordinator Amanda Wang, as she takes us behind the scenes at ABC Refinery, from perfecting Australia’s precious metals to the latest technology.
The Gold Industry Group (GIG) backed NAIDOC Netball Carnival reached new heights this year, celebrating Indigenous culture and achievement, in every facet of the day.
A special welcome by Glenda Kickett was followed by an Indigenous Dance by Mandurah Grassroots to mark the official opening at the Wembley Sports Park yesterday. Australia’s largest Indigenous netball carnival then came to life and in the hands of every player with a bespoke ball designed by the talented Shontae Jetta, Narrogin Aboriginal Grassroots Site and Shooting Stars participant.
The Gold Industry Group is thrilled to further its support of netball, joining its grassroots program, Suncorp NetSetGO, as the Associate Partner in Western Australia.
To celebrate the announcement, we are offering all West Australian Suncorp NetSetGO participants the opportunity to attend West Coast Fever’s home game against the NSW Swifts via a two-for-one ticket deal.
The Gold Industry Group (GIG) is proud to connect communities across Western Australia, through its support for Netball WA’s NAIDOC Netball Carnival tomorrow.
The NAIDOC Netball Carnival is one of the largest Indigenous sporting participation events in Australia, with more than 110 teams set to compete.
Celebrating 30 years of operation on the Golden Mile, KCGM welcomed Goldfields residents and visitors to experience the region’s gold mining industry at a free community open day.
Held within the grounds of Hannans North Tourist Mine in Kalgoorlie on Saturday 29 June, the open day saw 3 500 locals, families, tourists and employees alike don their best high vis clothing and join in the celebrations.
Six Newcrest Mining Limited employees banded together to embark on an epic 2,246 km bike ride from their Perth office to the Telfer operations, raising awareness and funds for mental health.
Funds raised went to the WA Disabled Sports Association and Beyond Blue, helping to make a difference in the lives of those affected by anxiety, depression or suicide.
Ten Indigenous girls from the Gold Industry Group backed Shooting Stars education program were rewarded for their achievements this month, taking part in an action-packed leadership camp in Perth.
A wide variety of activities were in store for the girls, who range from year 9 to 12 and hail from regional communities as far flung as Carnarvon, Mullewa, Meekatharra, Narrogin and Leonora.
Some of Australia’s finest runners descended on the small outback town of Leonora for the mining community’s annual Golden Gift carnival, sponsored by St Barbara Limited, Saracen Mineral Holdings and Gold Fields.
Held 31 May to 3 June, the 2019 event included an art prize, fashions on the field, live music, food and market stalls, fireworks and the main attraction of the coveted road mile title and it’s $50,000 prize.
Gold Fields’ Agnew gold mine in Western Australia will become one of Australia’s first mining operations to be predominantly powered by renewable and low-carbon energy.
Gold Fields and global energy group EDL today announced a A$112m investment in a world-leading energy microgrid combining wind, solar, gas and battery storage. The microgrid will be owned and operated by EDL, which will recoup its investment via a 10-year electricity supply agreement with Agnew.
Ramelius Resources recently spoke with the CEO of Mount Magnet Shire, to discuss the impacts of a community benefit fund the mining company set up to give back to the region in which they operate.
The purpose of the fund is to provide support for worthwhile community programs and / or community infrastructure, providing long-term benefits and involving local participation.
This year’s Fuel to Go and Play Association Championships run by Netball WA saw more than 13 000 players from 267 teams in 41 Associations across 38 divisions literally shine gold as they took to the court.
Whether it be a heart of gold hat won at our shooting comp, or gold glitter braids care of our gold face paint station, or golden smiles at our Instagram photo wall, it was all in demand with a comfy couch on which to refresh in the Gold Lounge.
The Gold Industry Group (GIG)’s recent mental health tour with charity LIVIN is being hailed a success after more than 40 stigma breaking workshops were delivered across Australia reaching more than 1,200 gold industry workers, locals and students.
As a result of the resounding positive feedback from attendees, the tour has been extended with more workshops to be delivered at gold mine sites in June and a school tour is being explored for 2020.
The Gold Industry Group is making a significant contribution to Western Australia’s indigenous communities through its ground-breaking partnership with Netball WA, West Coast Fever and Shooting Stars.
As the first Premier Partner of Shooting Stars, the Group’s partnership will see a new Shooting Stars trial site be identified and established later in 2019, expanding the program beyond its existing footprint in regional WA.