New blood at Huntly

WESTERN Australian miner Alcoa has taken in nine new trainees for the first time in a decade, with the mining hopefuls getting their start at its Huntly bauxite mine in Pinjarra.

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Alcoa’s Simon Carr (back/left) welcomes the company’s new mine production trainees including Erika Harrison, Kristie Truebody and Jorja Zawadzki (front row, left to right).

The 12-month mine production traineeships were fiercely contested, with more than 1300 applicants vying for the nine places.

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