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Pilbara oysters will be the most unique in Australia

Experts in aquaculture and industry development were in Karratha last week to discuss the opportunities for edible oyster farming off the Pilbara’s extensive coastline. A full day tour of potential aquaculture sites on the Dampier Archipelago, and a free evening information session were held on March 16 in Karratha. These were both initiatives of the Pilbara Development Commission (Commission), and highlighted the development opportunities of the industry in the region to key stakeholders and investors.…

 

A new era of normalisation for the region

The trend of substantial quarter on quarter decrease in the property market appears to be coming to an end in certain areas of the Pilbara, signalling a new era of normalisation for the region. The Pilbara Development Commission’s 2016 December Quarterly Pilbara Housing and Land Snapshot (HALS) saw house and rental price stabilisation and increase in parts of the Pilbara. Port and South Hedland experienced an average advertised rental increase, with the last rise in rental cost being in 2012 for Port Hedland.…

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 this month.

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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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