There was excitement as well as some scepticism around the news Woodside had committed to transitioning all current FIFO onshore operational jobs in the Pilbara to residential roles over the next five to 10 years. Great news for Karratha.
Steven Bartlett This is a step in the right direction. D a vid J N Taylor Good stuff. Will need to build more boat ramps. Kieran Rowland PR stunt. Tony Bland Another tick in the box for Woodside to get the camp built? Alister Robinson Need a shift in school hours to accommodate perfectly employable mums in Karratha. Toni Ness
Readers paid tribute to late Dampier resident Tamiya Lowell after Karratha’s Lea Cullen Performing Arts created a new scholarship in her memory, which was won by her friend Hannah Miles. Congratulations Hannah — Tamiya would be so proud and happy for you. And Lea what a beautiful way to remember the amazing Tamiya. Well done to Lea also. Tess Morgan A wonderful tribute, Tamiya's star will shine forever carried across the sky by an angel unicorn and in the skill and dedication of wonderful students like Hannah. Connie Fullerton What an absolute honour for Hannah. Tamiya would be stoked! Chloe Brook Well done Hannah. Sandi McAullay Posts and comments on social media may be published and edited for legal, content or space reasons. facebook.com/PilbaraNews @PilbaraNews @PilbaraNews