Ben Cranston |0||2/06/2015 11:21 AM|
The Exmouth Visitor Centre is happy to announce it can now offer free, publically accessible wi-fi internet to all visitors to its Murat Road, Exmouth premises which is open 9am-5pm, 7 days a week.
This has been possible thanks to funding secured through Woodside's Community Grants Program. This funding was used for the purchase and installation of wi-fi equipment, and the ongoing internet service will be funded by the Exmouth Visitor Centre.
The Exmouth Visitor Centre would like to thank Woodside for its support of this important and much needed service.
|2/06/2015 11:21 AM||No||General|
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Helen Ganska |1||30/04/2015 9:27 AM|
Each year, Australia Day WA celebrates the achievement of West Australian citizens at an award ceremony for Australians of the Year.
These people inspire us all and challenge us to make our own contribution to creating a better Australia.
This year the four Western Australia Award recipients were Professor Lyn Beazley AO FTSE (Australian of the Year); Graham Mabury OAM CitWA (Senior Australian of the Year); Drisana Levitzke-Gray (Young Australian of the Year) and Stacy Dunbar (Australia's Local Hero).
On May 4 the four WA Australians of the Year will set out on a three day Tour of Honour of Karratha and Broome, talking to school children at local high schools; and presenting at free public forums where the general public can meet them; hear their stories and ask them about their lives and what makes them so inspirational.
The event is organised by Australia Day WA in partnership with major supporter Woodside.
On Australia Day eve, these four role models represented WA at The Australian of the Year Awards at Parliament House in Canberra where The Prime Minister, The Hon Tony Abbott MP, awarded Drisana Levitzke-Gray the national title of Young Australian of the Year.
Australia Day WA would like to acknowledge the State Government program, Count Me In which provides Ms Levitzke-Gray with interpreter services and major sponsor The Commonwealth Bank of Australia.
The following are the four who will be on tour.
Australian of the Year – Professor Lyn Beazley AO FTSE
For Professor Lyn Beazley, science has been a lifelong passion. Over 30 years in the field of neuroscience, Lyn changed clinical practice in the treatment of infants at risk. As Chief Scientist of Western Australia, Lyn has demonstrated that science is not just a theoretical exercise, but a practical one too.
Senior Australian of the Year – Graham Mabury OAM CitWA
As the host of Radio 6PR's popular Nightline program for 33 years, Graham Mabury was a light in the darkness for hundreds of thousands of radio listeners in Perth. A pastor with the Mt Pleasant Baptist Church, a patron of many charities and an advocate for social justice, Graham established Lifeline WA in 1986, providing hope for thousands of people in need.
Young Australian of the Year – Drisana Levitzke-Gray
The fifth generation in her family to be born deaf, Drisana Levitzke-Gray, is the embodiment of the concept of 'deaf gain', not 'hearing loss', inspiring the deaf community, encouraging others to accept diversity and promoting a positive image of deafness which says loudly and proudly: "it is OK to be deaf".
Australia's Local Hero – Stacy Dunbar
In January 2013, Stacy Dunbar's precious eight-month-old son, Nate, was killed after a drunk driver crashed through his bedroom. In the awful aftermath of the accident, Stacy launched the Pledge for Nate campaign and helped reduce the rate of drink driving offences in WA to its lowest level in 60 years.
The Australian of the Year Awards is a program of the National Australia Day Council.
Nominations are now open for the Western Australian of the Year Awards 2016 at www.ausdaywa.com.au
Facebook: Australia Day WA
|30/04/2015 9:27 AM||No||General|
Kate McCallum |1||18/03/2015 9:46 PM|
Today Woodside released its 2014 Sustainable Development Report.
The report reflects our commitment to working sustainably and reporting transparently. We use the report to provide our stakeholders with information on our approach and performance in respect to communities, the environment, our people and health and safety.
The report provides information on community engagement and investment, health and safety, people, environment and economic contribution. It also describes the measures we are taking to address key material issues affecting the sustainable development of our business.
Click here to view the full report.
We welcome your feedback on this report.
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Sandy Byfield |0||15/12/2014 10:29 AM|
The Exmouth Volunteer Marine Rescue Group would like to Thank Woodside Energy for their Grant to support our Awards Night held on the 18th of October 2014.
It was a hugely successful night for the volunteer recue group and it's members. Service Awards and Certificates of appreciation were presented to some of our amazing volunteers.
We would like to again thank Woodside for their support this year, without this valued support our Awards night would not be possible.
|15/12/2014 10:29 AM||No||General|
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Tim Grose |1||29/10/2014 9:02 AM|
After a hectic few months visiting hundreds of families, kids and communities in the South West during our Southern Communtiy Tour, workshopping and learning from industry leaders at the World Recreational Fishing Conference in Brazil, delivering community messages to 20,000 people at the Mandurah Boat Show and kitting out a new community fishing clinic trailer for the Perth Metro area - Recfishwest has a new website!
The new site will be full of info about what we do and how people can become involved in WA's Peak Body ofr recreational fishing. Check it out now and see whether you can qualify for funding for your next community fishing event. A secondary site will also be launched on the back of this new site with fun exciting fishing tips and tricks abouth fishing in WA including WA's best Fishing Forecast! ! It's always a work in progress but tell us what you think! Click recfishwest.org.au to check it out!
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Kate McCallum |1||9/10/2014 8:38 AM|
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Ryan Felton |1||1/09/2014 3:01 PM|
As proud Major Sponsor and Indigenous Program Partner, Woodside is celebrating Fremantle Football Club's fourth finals campaign in five years by inviting you to enter the #FreoFanBooth.
You can get in the game by having your photo taken with life-size cut-outs of some of Freo’s finest players and go into the running to win some great prizes, including a guernsey signed by the 2014 team.
To take part, all you have to do is head to the Woodside Plaza courtyard this Friday 5 Septemeber between 11.00am and 2.00pm and get your photo snapped at the #FreoFanBooth. Pictures from the day will be available on our Facebook page.
Visit http://www.woodside.com.au/getinthegame for competition terms and conditions.
|Ryan Felton||10/09/2014 10:31 AM||No||General|
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Kate McCallum |2||7/08/2014 9:26 AM|
A story about the Murujuga Rangers will go to air on NITV Thursday, 7 August at 6.30pm.
The story was produced by Tyson Mowarin of Weeriana Street Media, a recipient of Conservation Agreement funding.
Pluto LNG, through the Woodside Rock Art Foundation, sponsors the Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation's (MAC) Pilot Ranger Project and Weerianna Street Media's Digital Dreamtime Project as a part of its Conservation Agreement with the Australian Government.
More information about the MAC Rangers and Digital Dreamtime Project can be found here.
In case of station changes, please see NITV to check the program time.
Click here to learn more about Pluto LNG and the Conservation Agreement.
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Karen Kagi |1||6/08/2014 11:00 AM|
loved Spiderman as a kid and imagined the thrill of scaling down the side of
city buildings, you need to sign up for Abseil for PMH
the faint hearted, this unique event allows those with a sense of adventure the
opportunity to see Woodside Plaza from a very different
abseil 125 metres down the building while helping kids at Princess Margaret Hospital.
Dates are Friday October
31st, Saturday November 1st and Sunday November
Registrations are open but places are limited. Last
year’s event sold out in 3 weeks!
register and for more information go to www.pmhfoundation.com
the PMH Foundation Events Team on 9489 1100
|6/08/2014 11:00 AM||No||General|
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Jane Maddern |0||25/07/2014 9:12 AM|
The latest edition of Trunkline has just been released. Trunkline is a quarterly magazine for Woodside Employees.
This edition of Trunkline features stories on Woodside's community activities, such as the Corporate Volunteering program, progress against RAP goals and a feature on Scitech's Aboriginal Education Program.
We have attached these stories for you to view here.
Solid progress on RAP goals.pdf
To view the complete edition of Trunkline click here.
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Tim Grose |0||4/07/2014 11:34 AM|
Carnarfin Fishers share in $25,000 of Prizes
|THE annual Carnarfin fishing competition in Carnarvon has again been a great success.|
Organised by the local Lions club, Carnarfin is an event that gets great support from the local community, as well as visiting anglers. This year there were over 250 registrations.
The fishing was excellent, with fish weighed in for every category on the first four days. The daily weigh-ins were a social highlight, with a terrific atmosphere as people gathered to see who was in line to share in more than $25,000 worth of prizes.
Although no records were broken, some great fish were caught and the overall winner was Dave Rudge, for a 7.75kg coral trout. Some of the better catches included a 19.75kg spanish mackerel for Warren Davies, a 10.35kg red emperor boated by Daniel Plichcinsi and a 14.55kg cobia for Danny Clement.
An off-the-water highlight was celebrity chef Matt Moran cooking up a feast of a pink snapper he caught for the 16 category winners.
Also an impressive $1750 was raised for cancer research by auctioning off a crocodile tooth, donated by Eryk and Michael Matusik.
|4/07/2014 11:34 AM||No||General|
Tim Grose |0||23/06/2014 2:59 PM|
RECFISHWEST'S Woodside annual northern community tour has again been a tremendous success, with hundreds of kids in the northern half of the state having an absolute ball, over five weeks of family fishing fun.
Just about all the free clinics, saw a lot of fish caught by youngsters, with the Exmouth, Karratha, Port Hedland and Broome clinics all proving particularly successful. Kids learned all about recreational fishing, including the importance of the "Fish today for tomorrow" message, from some of WA's best anglers.
The Broome community clinic was also attended by WA Fisheries Minister Ken Baston, and representatives of major sponsor, Woodside. Minister Baston has strong links to the North-West, having spent several years living at Quobba Station, just north of Carnarvon, as a youngster. The northern tour is also supported by Healthway, which promotes its SunSmart message.
In addition to teaching the basics of safe and ethical angling to children and youth, the program combines mentoring and positive life skills with conservation and education in a powerful and adaptable package. For photos of what the kids are catching, check out our Facebook page here
The clinics promote fishing as a healthy outdoor family activity.
To see some of our previous tour videos, click here
|23/06/2014 2:59 PM||No||General|
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Kate McCallum |1||9/06/2014 8:31 AM|
Woodside recently took part in the Ningaloo Whaleshark Festival over 23-25 May in Exmouth.
The action-packed weekend kicked off on the Friday night with Exmouth Cultural Arts Centre's (ECAC) Exhibald Portraiture Exhibition and the Festival Gala Opening held at the Ningaloo Novotel Resort.
Saturday saw Woodside at the local Talangee Oval, where we shared information about our Woodside-operated facilities in the deep waters off North West Cape, as well as answered questions from festival goers.
The day opened with ECAC leading the very colourful ‘One World’ float parade. Attendees enjoyed an assortment of marquee displays, kids circus workshops and live entertainment.
Party goers kicked on at Graces Tavern to support a variety of music acts.
Sunday’s Whaleshark Festival Sundowner brought the weekend to a close. Families flocked to the Exmouth Yacht Club to wind down to live music, kids entertainment and a fire extravaganza finale.
The Woodside-sponsored Ricochet Circus drew a crowd with the talented ‘Scooby’ performing circus tricks with the local kids from the weekend’s workshops.
Check out the Ningaloo Whaleshark Festival’s website to find out more: http://www.ningaloowhalesharkfestival.com/
Woodside is proud to be a partner of the Ningaloo Whaleshark Festival.
|Kate McCallum||9/06/2014 1:47 PM||No||General|
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Tim Grose |0||5/06/2014 3:38 PM|
Recfishwest would like to thank Woodside's Community Relations Manager Rob Mcphee for coming down and volunteering at our Broome Fishing Clinic last week. The clinic was also attended by the Minister for Fisheries Ken Baston and they helped spread the message of Fish Today for Tomorrow.
Woodside and Healthway help make our Northern Community Fishing Clinic Tour possible and this year's tour is already being touted as the best yet!
Thanks to all of our partners, volunteers and of course the communities! Watch this space for more on the tour!
To see what the kids have been catching on our Northern Fishing Clinic Tour please visit us on FaceBook: Northern Tour Fishing Clinic
|5/06/2014 3:38 PM||No||General|
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Tim Grose |0||4/06/2014 2:45 PM|
If you're into your fishing or want to get more into your fishing, Recfishwest is the one stop shop where you get all your fishing information.
Recfishwest is the recognised peak recreational fishing body and your voice whenever decisions which affect our fisheries, or access to them, are being made.
Canvas is a great tool Recfishwest will use to keep everyone up to date on what's going on in the world of recreational fishing. We'll be blogging about our Recfishwest Woodside Northern Community Fishing Clinis Tour, keeping people in the know about any upcoming fishing events, updating photos and of course tell people where they can go to catch some fish.
"FISH TODAY FOR TOMORROW".
|4/06/2014 2:45 PM||No||General|
Jo Ferrie |0||5/05/2014 1:02 PM|
Welcome to Canvas, Woodside's new community networking forum.
We have developed the Canvas initiative to help us be a little more human, and a little less corporate in the way we engage and communicate.
Specifically, Canvas is:
◦A social place where our staff, partners and local communities can connect, talk and share.
◦A private forum that will help us to get to know each other better.
◦A place to have authentic conversations about Woodside's social investment activities and the difference we make through working together.
Through Canvas, we aim to bring you along on our social investment journey and enable you to discuss the prospects and challenges that affect communities everywhere. Canvas provides opportunities for chatting through: blogs, discussion forums, stories and case studies, and news and events.
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