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UQ research partnership | Using gold for early cancer diagnosis

Gold has a rich history in Australia and it also has a bright future. Researchers from the University of Queensland (UQ) have developed a breakthrough test using gold nanoparticles that can detect the presence of cancer cells anywhere in the human body. Evolution has committed to supporting this research through a three-year partnership and an …

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Goldfields childcare centre | Out of school hours care

Lack of affordable childcare is an ongoing issue in the W.A. Goldfields region. Reliable childcare is an essential service to encourage families to live in the region. It is also important for attracting and retaining Mungari’s 94% local employees. The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry identified childcare shortages as a …

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2019 North Queensland floods

In February 2019 North Queensland experienced severe flooding and was declared a natural disaster zone. Evolution ERT personnel assisted affected employees and their many fellow community members whose homes and businesses had been damaged or destroyed. In addition to helping clean-up efforts, Evolution donated A$100,000 to GIVIT who support people impacted by natural disasters.

Mt Perry tram car

Evolution has partnered with the Mt Perry Community Development Board (MPCDB) and have purchased a Melbourne Tram Car to be restored and displayed as a tourist attraction in Mt Perry. The tram is now being refurbished at the Mt Perry Men’s Shed in partnership with local Gidarjil Indigenous trainees. Once refurbishment is completed, the tram …

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Indigenous training

Indigenous training  The Mt Perry community, supported by a number of partners including Evolution, undertook a Beautification Project to refresh their picturesque community. Gidarjil trainees were engaged to undertake a large component of the project, including landscaping works around the Men’s’ Shed and establishing a native bush tucker garden. The trainees developed skills to support …

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Environmental Technician

Applications close: Monday, 20 April 2020 The Red Lake district is located 180 kilometers north of Dryden about 100 kilometers from the Manitoba border in Northwestern Ontario, Canada. It spans 42,000 hectares and has produced over 29 million ounces of gold since 1949. Our Red Lake Operation includes the Red Lake and Campbell underground mining …

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