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LATEST NEWS

 

New performing arts centre unveiled

The new Performing Arts Centre at St Luke’s College in Karratha was unveiled at an official opening today. The $4.8 million project, supported by Royalties for Regions through the Pilbara Development Commission and St Luke’s College, will enhance the delivery of the school’s arts curriculum with a new digital photography lab, costume and prop room, rehearsal space and green room.

 

Electrical apprentices test out new training centre

Seven apprentices undertaking a Certificate III in Engineering – Industrial Electrician at the new Electrical Instrumentation Centre of Specialisation in Karratha completed their first block of on-campus learning earlier this month.

PROJECTS IN FOCUS

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A YEAR IN REVIEW
Click here to read the 2015/16 Progress Report, a glimpse into the work undertaken by the Commission in collaboration with our partners.

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AUSTRALIA'S FAVOURITE DOG RETURNS
The legend is back with the premiere of Red Dog: True Blue shared with communities across the Pilbara at special pre-release screenings.

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NEW CENTRE DELIVERS TRAINING IN PILBARA
The Electrical Instrumentation Centre of Specialisation opened in Karratha in December, providing more training options for locals.

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