- published: 23 Nov 2011
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Today tonight discussing port hedland
In October 2015, Wirraka Maya Health Service - Transition to Adulthood program, engaged Indigenous Hip Hop Project team to visit Hedland and together with the great support from the South Hedland Primary School and the town of Port Hedland's JD Hardie Youth Zone, we produced an awesome video clip on the positive values of Hedland; to promote the message "Be At Your Best" Participating youth gained skills in dance, performance and song writing with the personal growth of building confidence, team work, and developing a greater sense of identity, pride and community spirit that encourages them to 'Be at their best; to make positive choices and positive attitudes. The Wirraka Maya 'Be At Your Best' message is for anyone and everyone; to take care of themselves and those around them; to always...
The time has come for Getter to leave Port Hedland & start a new chapter... Firstly, a sneaky trip to Estonia to see family & friends followed by the BIG move.. to Perth!! yikes! What an AMAZING year it has been! We both have been so blessed to have been able to create some beautiful memories together, meet some amazing people & adventure to some unforgettable places... But what has been the bestestest thing of all has been the fact that we have had each other to share it all with! To the new adventures! Love love love
Dampier Salt operations in Port Hedland, Western Australia exports around 2.5 million tonnes per year of salt to all over the world. : Please subscribe for more great outback videos : © OZOUTBACK All rights reserved 2016. Any reproduction or republication of all or part of this video/audio is prohibited.
FIFO jobs. This is the view most fly in fly out workers are greeted with when they arrive at Port Hedland, Western Australia. With the price of iron ore slowly climbing, work in the Pilbara is stabilising. Check back for updates on iron ore haulage in the Roy Hill Project and nearby FMG and BHP mining operations.
Caught the last hits
A night in Port Hedland
this is tatts from port hedland!! a mad true blue aussie!
Short edit of phone footage and stills taken with my HTC Sensation. A bit shaky at times and some clicking sounds in the audio but an ok view from business class of the take off from Perth on RWY 03 and the landing into Port Hedland on RWY 14. Clear shots of Finucane Island and Nelson Point. There were 35 ships waiting on that day and one leaving as we flew in.