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SUNDAY SERIES SUCCESS
HIP HOP HOORAY
SUPPORTING WINGS AND WHEELS
THE VERY ENORMOUS CATERPILLAR
The annual NAIDOC Week events hold
great importance for the Newman
community, BHP Billiton Iron Ore
NAIDOC originally stood for National Aborigines
and Islanders Day Observance Committee, who
were once responsible for organising national
activities during the week of celebrations. Its
acronym has since become the name of the week
itself. NAIDOC Week was held from 7 14 July to
celebrate and acknowledge achievements and
successes of Indigenous Australians, whilst also
recognising and promoting awareness within
Australia of Indigenous Culture.
Celebrations began on 1 July with activities
at Newman schools and in the community.
Schools hosted Aboriginal performer Phillip
Walley Stack throughout the week where he
shared his own cultural knowledge and
performed traditional dances. The week
ended with the releasing of balloons at various
locations across Newman that represented
the colours of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait
Islander flags. Community and various
organisations participated, enjoying a number
of activities and events including a BBQ and art
sessions in Kiriprina Park.
The closing ceremony at the Recreation
Centre featured special guest MC Kelton Pell,
a well-known Aboriginal actor and director, and
Port Hedland based band, The Bad Influence.
BHP Billiton held celebrations at Mt Whaleback
and Eastern Ridge, with employees raising the
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Flags, and
BBQs providing an opportunity for employees
to get together.
BHP Billiton proudly supports NAIDOC and
recognises the importance of positive engagement
programs with Aboriginal and Torres Strait
Islander communities and employees. The
BHP Billiton Iron Ore Reconciliation Action Plan
2013-2015 is utilised across the business.
Above: Community members preparing for the balloon
that was held at six different locations.
--- Newman Celebrates NAIDOC ---
--- Long Service Rewarded ---
NEWVIEW FACT The Hickman crater, 36kms north
of Newman, was a chance discovery by Arthur Hickman, a government
geologist, in July 2007, while browsing Google Earth. The crater is about 260 metres wide and 30 metres deep and is thought to be somewhere between
10,000 and 100,000 years old.
[Source: Government of Western Australia, Department of Mines and Petroleum)
A whos who of footballers displayed their skills at the Newman Celebrity Vets Weekend, now in its fifth year.
AFL greats Wayne Carey, Chris Lewis, Troy Ugle and Peter Matera are just a few of the stars who visited Newman in August to participate in the Newman Vets Celebrity Football Match fundraising evening. They also took some time to get out into the community and meet students at the Newman schools.
Special guests included former North Melbourne and South Fremantle player, Warren Campbell, now with Swan Districts as a Senior Indigenous Development Officer, alongside colleagues Chris Lewis and Peter Matera, who are dedicated to developing Indigenous Youth in the Pilbara. First class cricketer Brad Hogg, who played in 123 One Day Internationals and seven test matches, attended and was happy to show off his football prowess!
Friday evenings game followed a highly successful sporting memorabilia auction at Pioneers Football Club. Brendan Langlands, President of Newman Vets Football Association, said, This year, all of the proceeds went to the Newman Day Care Centre.
The Vets football team were extremely proud when they were able to hand over a cheque for $10,000.
Games jumpers were designed by students participating in the Kicking and Shooting Goals program proudly supported by BHP Billiton.
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Goals: Dave Matheson (6), Wayne Carey (5), Brad Hogg (2), Luke Green (1), Ken Rowe (1), Alex Seed (1), Kevin Thorpe(1). Best Player: Wayne Bennett
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Goals: Warren Campbell (1), Paul Clune (1), David Hart (1), Chris Lewis (1), Peter Matera (1), Brad Miller (1), Lee Purnell (1), Adam Van Vledder (1). Best Player: Craig Hoyer
Dedicated BHP Billiton Iron Ore employees were recently acknowledged at the Newman annual Long Service Awards formal dinner, held at the Newman Recreation Centre.
Simon Beaumont was Master of Ceremonies, and the event was hosted by Pat Bourke, General Manager Whaleback, along with Chris Dark, General Manager Eastern Ridge. They and other members of the Whaleback management team proudly presented gifts to 68 employees who had achieved significant milestones with the Company.
As part of their invitation RSVP, employees were asked to answer a number of questions and some of their replies were shared with the audience throughout the evening.
Those celebrating 25 years service receive a valuable wristwatch on the actual anniversary of their date of joining.
It was a great night and, based on the feedback received, those who attended thoroughly enjoyed themselves. It is important to take time to acknowledge and reflect on the outstanding achievements of our employees, said Pat Bourke.
A particular highlight was George Bates, Water Treatment Plant Officer, who has celebrated an outstanding 40 years of service. For his dedication, George received a pre-paid Visa card and travel voucher.
Specialty chefs from Perth were hired for the evening, allowing the approximately 130 guests to enjoy a selection of fine foods. Entertainment from musicians Shake was provided.
--- Football Legends Come to Town ---
Footy legends and stakeholders getting ready for the Newman Vets Celebrity Match. L-R: Chris Dark, Jessica Barber, David Hart, Bradd Hogg, Tom Bottrell, Alex Seed, Warren Campbell, Troy Ugle, Chris Lewis, Wayne Carey, Peter Matera, Scott Barber and Emma Jane Hunt.
NEWMANS COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER
Cooler temperatures saw families and friends coming out to picnic and enjoy a varied program of concerts and other events during the 10-week Sunday Series at Boomerang Oval.
The Shire of East Pilbara, in partnership with Principal Sponsor BHP Billiton Iron Ore, delivered the series of free two-hour afternoon sessions over a 10 week period every Sunday from 9 June to 11 August.
The variety of events reflected the diverse cultures and interests of the Newman community and catered for all ages. Visiting artists entertained and enthralled their audiences, and gave everyone something a little different do on their Sundays.
The program was arranged and coordinated by event organisers, Strut & Fret and the Sunday Series kicked off with the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow. Subsequent acts included well-known performer Peter Coombe dubbed Australias Original King of Kids and circus performers. The next two years will see further BHP Billiton sponsored events, which include the Outback Fusion Festival, the Twilight movies and Sunday Series in 2014.
These programs are major drawcards in the Newman calendar and serve to enhance the cultural life of the local community, while giving all visiting performers a chance to appreciate the unique Pilbara environment. If you have questions about any of these upcoming events, please contact the Shire on 9175 8000.
--- Sunday Series Success ---
The free Sunday afternoon concerts appealed to all ages. (Photo by Libby Bennell)
--- Hip Hop Hooray! ---
The Newman Dance Crew with Luisa Latai, inset, and choreographers Tahlia Hunter and Kah Mojado Dante.
Hip hop is a great way of getting young people to shine, bringing their leadership skills to the fore.
The Hip Hop Alliance was formed at the end of 2012 to create a safe, fun and inclusive environment in which to learn and teach Hip Hop - just one of many avenues to get youth engaged and participating with community and interacting with their peers.
The Hood from Port Hedland and Bboy worked together mentoring approximately 20 Newman youngsters. They struck a chord with a small group who have maintained regular practise sessions. The Hip Hop enthusiasts aged 12-18 years have been training seven days a week, putting their heart and soul into perfecting their skills. One of the highlights was having the first flash mob ever seen in Newman Shopping Centre!
Their long-term commitment paid off as they immersed themselves in a weekend workshop organised by the
Newman Youth Centre. Two Perth-based choreographers from Fyah Dance Complex worked with the youngsters. They learned a special NAIDOC Week routine and threw themselves into an intense program that included boot
camp fitness sessions and muscle isolation activities.
Luisa Latai, Coordinator of Youth Services at the Youth Centre said, Hip Hop is about having respect for others and
spreading positive messages. The daily dedication of these young people show theyre passionate and are likely to be excellent role models, teaching these skills to their peers.
Local professionals getting together at Mia Mia.
--- Bubbles Give Fizz To Local Businesses ---