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INSIDE Onslow’s offal unit - Page 4

MAY 2011

Tricks and tips - Page 6

Budding photographers - Page 8

O Factor winners revealed The Onslow O Factor was an event not to be missed on the Onslow calendar, with the grand final living up to audience’s expectations as new talent filled the stage accompanied by some more familiar faces. It was a show of dance, music and drama as aspiring new stars performed in different categories and vied for prizes in the talent search section of the show. During the month of March, children and adults were coached by choreographer Michael Leslie on how to enhance their skills in stage performance in the lead-up to the final event. However the grand final on April 15 proved competitive with judges given the arduous task of choosing the winners. Please turn to Page 4 for further details. Kids and adults of all ages competed in Onslow’s O Factor with the event touted a success by organisers and participants alike.

Two town scenario not welcome in Onslow Shire president Greg Musgrave has stated that he doesn’t want a two town scenario to occur in Onslow, after Chevron announced it planned to house FIFO workers at the Ashburton North strategic zone in Onslow, rather than assimilating them into the township. On April 10, Chevron announced the signing of agreements with Shell Development to bring Shell into its operated Wheatstone project as a natural gas supplier and equity participant – signaling the project had moved another step closer. The Wheatstone project is earmarked to be constructed within the Ashburton North industrial site near Onslow.

The project is expected to create about 6,500 direct and indirect jobs at the construction peak and will make Chevron a leading gas supplier. Although the inking with Shell signaled good news for the mining petroleum giant, Musgrave said he was annoyed by the company’s sudden change of heart. “You might recall in October 2010, the Shire responded to Chevron’s draft Environmental Review and Management Program (ERMP) which was submitted to the Environmental Protection Authority for an LNG and domestic gas facility near Onslow. Please turn to Page 2 to continue.

Proposed Permanent Road Closure Land Administration Act 1997 Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 58 of the Land Administration Act 1997 of the Shire’s intention to close a 100m2 (approx) portion of the unnamed road abutting the southern boundary of Lot 2 Stadium Road, Tom Price. Should the road closure be approved, the Shire will also seek to amalgamate the closed unnamed portion of road reserve with Lot Plan showing the location of the portion of road to be closed is available for inspection at the Shire of Ashburton Administration Centre, Poinciana Street, Tom Price during office hours. Persons who wish to object or comment on the proposal may do so by forwarding written submissions to the Shire of Ashburton, PO Box 567, Tom Price 6751 no later than the 3rd day of June 2011. For enquiries, please contact the Shire’s consultant town planner, Mr Rob Paull on 0428975217 or visit

Inside this issue Shire President Report


Gumula Report


Onslow Community News


Tom Price Community News


Paraburdoo Community News 


Pannawonica Community News 


School Holiday Program


Rio Tinto Community Information


Out & About



Two town scenario not welcome in Onslow (cont) One aspect of the ERMP was that all operational staff would reside in the Ashburton north industrial site. This was in stark contrast to Council’s position requiring all operational staff including FIFO to reside in Onslow.” Musgrave said Council made it very clear the Shire did not want a “two town” scenario to occur. “We went public about our position and we gained amazing support from our community, government agencies and politicians on both sides of parliament. On this basis Chevron made it abundantly clear they would change their decision and look at residential-based accommodation.” He said Council had been extremely disappointed by Chevron’s sudden back-flip to base a FIFO workforce in Ashburton North. “We made yet another statement to them advising them this is unacceptable and we therefore will not approve the amendment to the planning scheme to allow them to do this. Onslow is a real town with a real heart and soul and why should they be given every opportunity to capitalise on the Wheatstone project. Any workers residing in an industrial zoned area negates the strategic value of the land. Council requires that the operational workforce of Wheatstone and of other operators in the ANSIA reside in Onslow and encourages these

residents to become part of the Onslow community.” He said Chevron’s operational workforce accommodation would be of the highest quality and reflect a resort style of development. “Camps that you might find in other towns will not be allowed in Onslow. Chevron will be asked to contribute to community infrastructure and along with the community of Onslow, be able to benefit from such infrastructure. It is clear that the 5000 plus people required to construct Wheatstone will need to reside in temporary camps outside of Onslow and in this regard, the Council is cautiously prepared to agree to temporary construction workforce accommodation at Ashburton North.” The Western Australian Planning Commission has prepared and released for public comment the draft “Pilbara Planning and Infrastructure Framework” which seeks to define a strategic direction for the future development of the Pilbara region over the next 25 years. While the Shire will respond to the draft framework, the Shire’s initial view of the plan is that it tends to downplay the significance of Tom Price and Onslow and fails to acknowledge the real issues relating to the delivering of utilities within the region particularly water to service Onslow, according to Musgrave.

Chevron's draft ANSIA plan.

Shire President Report Anzac Day was a very special day and the dawn service which was held in Tom price was very moving. The lone piper set the scene followed by prayers and recitals. The Last Post broke the silence of the morning as daylight appeared over Mount Nameless. The young lady who sang our national anthem made us all feel proud to be Australian. Australia is a loving and peaceful nation thanks to the sacrifices of all our servicemen and women. I had the honor of laying two wreaths; one was for the dawn service and one later in the morning. It was fabulous to see the number of people who attended the dawn service. At 8.30am we saw a small but very proud

contingent of uniformed men, women and children march along Central Road. This is a tradition across our great nation and it’s good to see our community be part of it. On another note, it looks as though we are on track for a new airport to be built in Tom Price and the Tom Price to Karratha road also rates a mention. Let’s wait and see what happens but it’s a start, albeit a small one.

Greg Musgrave


Gumala’s great housing challenge

One of the advantages of belonging to a memberbased organisation like Gumala Aboriginal Corporation is the opportunity to receive housing assistance. Gumala has set itself the ambitious target of developing 150 houses in the Pilbara for the Traditional Owners and their families. The serious housing shortage within the Pilbara is well known to all of us. So many families miss out on the opportunity to enjoy a decent quality of

life because of the acute housing shortage. While for mining companies the solution has been to expand the Fly-In-Fly-Out (FIFO) option, Gumala’s members, many of whom live in the Pilbara, have had to resign themselves to living in overcrowded houses or temporary facilities. Gumala has recognised that obtaining land and building houses in partnership with other key stakeholders is the solution. With the purchase of 10 blocks of land in South Hedland and seven blocks of land in Tom Price, Gumala is closer than ever to starting a massive housing project. Over the next five years Gumala plans to build houses in Tom Price, Paraburdoo, Onslow, Karratha, South Hedland and Roebourne. The housing designs will be tailored to meet the cultural and social needs of the Traditional Owners. While there is a strong determination to build houses to alleviate the overcrowding, it won’t be easy. Gumala is looking to share the costs of building houses with government and identifying reputable firms to provide their goods and services at fair rates. The high cost of undertaking any project in the Pilbara creates added challenges that need to be carefully assessed at every phase of the housing project.

Onslow Ranger Alert The Shire’s ranger department commenced trapping of feral cats on April 28 and residents are advised to not have their cats out on either Tuesday or Thursday nights until further notice. Please make sure that

In fact Gumala is appointing a specialised housing & works officer to ensure quality control. Gumala believes that the key to success is effective implementation. This will include properly project managing the construction of the houses, keeping within realistic timeframes and budgets and working with tradespeople to build culturally appropriate dwellings for the Traditional Owners. The new houses will not only help our members but it will also foster a greater sense of community. As the Pilbara gears up for another mining boom, organisations like Gumala will be faced with the need to obtain scarce resources against strong competition from mining companies. Notwithstanding, Gumala intends to build the houses and to demonstrate, once again, that it intends to maintain a long term involvement in the economic and social growth of the region. The challenge is great, the resolve to succeed is even greater.

Steve Mav Chief Executive

Pet Profile your cats are locked away on trapping nights to avoid being caught. Your cat should always wear an identification tag so it can be identified. For further information please visit

Resource industry surge Despite Premier Colin Barnett’s reiteration that Western Australia was not in the midst of a resources boom, recent figures have rebuffed these comments showing WA’s resources industry has surged and was in a healthy position, after a 50 percent gain in value since 2009. Figures compiled by the Department of Mines and Petroleum revealed iron ore remained Western Australia’s most valuable resource, accounting for $48.5 billion or 53 percent of all mineral and petroleum sales in 2010.   Mines and petroleum minister Norman Moore said strong demand, especially from China, underpinned the sector’s continued record levels of iron ore shipments.   “Recently completed iron ore projects and expansions to existing mines helped boost the State’s iron ore output by 10 percent to 391 million tonnes,” Moore said.  “The petroleum sector, which

includes crude oil, condensate, LNG, natural gas, LPG butane and propane, also performed strongly throughout last year. “As WA’s second biggest resource sector, petroleum accounted for 25 percent or $22.9 billion of total sales, representing a 36 percent increase in value compared to 2009.” Moore said the gold sector had also demonstrated an impressive increase of 35 percent over the previous year reaching $7.8 billion.   This positive result was attributed to the strength of the gold price which averaged US$1,224 per ounce, an increase of 26 percent from 2009.   In response to higher prices, the output of gold increased by 25 percent to 5.9 million ounces.   “Iron ore, petroleum, and gold continue to drive strong economic growth in WA and together account for 87 percent or $79 billion of all mineral and petroleum sales in 2010,” Mr Moore said.

Heidi will come out of Hiding for you Name: Heidi Age: 1 yr 3 months Looking for: A peaceful happy home. Likes: Night time, secret cuddles and surprising my carers Dislikes: Loud noises Appearance: A black and white calico cat with an interesting pattern on her face, much like an omega sign and amber/gold eyes. Other pets: Make me a little nervous Relationship status: Hungry for love. From caravan park alley cat to eccentric people trainer this beautiful de-sexed black and white calico cat takes quirkiness to the extreme. Named Heidi the hiding cat, she began life as a rogue caravan park resident hunting for what food she could find. Nine months later she has successfully trained her new carers in all manner of bizarre ways. From sideways scratching posts to eating prawns with shells on to reaching up and knocking on the door handle when she wants to go out, this cat can do it all. Although timid at first, seeking the dark places and venturing out at night, Heidi is coming out of her shell. She now seeks affection

and loves a few cuddles on the bed at night and is starting to venture outside a little more. Still a little skitty with loud noises she tolerates men and women and has even managed to survive a holiday with a few children with great success. She is just over a year old, de-sexed and toilet trained. She is great at hunting mice, loves torturing the odd cockroach or grasshopper and if none of those are available the soccer ball will do! She is quite nocturnal so will sleep during the day and want to play in the evening. She would be the perfect pet for a working individual or couple. Heidi is clever, amusing and a softie at heart.


Onslow Community News O Factor winners revealed (cont) Aspiring new stars performed in music, drama wonderful evening. Winners and runners-up from and dance categories vying for prizes in the talent the night included: search section of the show at Onslow’s recent O • Adult Category - Winner Boots Factor. The night also featured stage performances (Boy Named Sue; Me & Bobby McGee;) from ‘Absolute Kylie’ (Sarah Harmony). Entry involved a gold coin donation which • 7-12yrs Singing - Winner Jaime Brooks included a light supper and drinks. Cash prizes (The Gambler) were also won. • Runner Up Danielle Brooks - (Saturday Night) The event was proudly sponsored by the Shire • 7-12yrs Dance - Winner Teneka Clark - (On of Ashburton, Department of Child Protection, Chevron and BHP Billiton. the Floor by Jennifer Lopez) • Runner Up Chloe Clark & Ava Glynn A fantastic array of talent competing in O Factor, along with a very enthusiastic crowd, made for a (The Time - Dirty Bit by Black Eyed Peas)

• Instrumental - Winner Jem Loveland Violin (Perpetual Motion) • Encouragement Awards - Taylor Brett, Danielle Brooks, Teleah & Christie Hayes (Danced to Tik Tok by Ke$ha) Simone Ward - (Singing Year Without Rain) Also a huge congratulations to the girls who were back up dancers to Absolute Kylie’s Sarah Harmony. Amy Young, Emily Young, Christie Hayes and Teleah Hayes all put on an amazing performance. Well done girls.

ONSLOW’S SENIORS BADMINTON Wednesday Evenings 6.00pm @ the Multi-Purpose Centre $2.00 to play Entertainer Kylie (Sarah Harmony) and her backup dancers.

This singer won over judges with her song “The Gambler”.

Beadon Creek fish offal unit warning

Shire officers have warned residents to dispose of correct rubbish in the offal unit and use alternative bins for other materials.

The Shire of Ashburton has expressed disappointment over the misuse of the Shire’s Beadon Creek fish offal unit and advises residents and visitors to adhere to the signs. The area was provided to residents to dispose of fish offal, however recently other materials have been disposed in the unit including plastic bags and bottles. Plastic, for example, will seriously compromise the decomposing effect of the unit and should not be thrown in the unit. The new fish offal

composting unit was designed as a convenience to enable residents to have another avenue to dispose of their rubbish and replace bins which were used at the boat ramp. A Shire spokesperson said the unit to date had been a success and with a continued effort by everyone the unit would continue to function properly. With tourist season approaching and additional usage of the unit guaranteed Onslow residents and visitors are advised to use the offal unit in the correct manner.

Judges, Jackie Barry, Michael Leslie.

Sarah Harmony and

Come along and have a casual hit!

Onslow undergoes power and lighting upgrade The Onslow town centre is currently undergoing upgrades to lighting in sport and recreational areas. Works to be completed are: • Installing three lighting towers at the oval. The new lights will illuminate the whole oval making it possible to hold night games • Removing old lights and installing four new lighting towers at the tennis courts. A token operated lighting control system will also be installed. Tokens can be purchased from the Shire and used to run the lights at night • A new switchboard will be installed and the current one in the playground

Cemetery extension commences Now the wet season is over the cemetery extension can commence. The first stage of the project will involve earthworks which will include the construction of roads and defining new plots. The next stage will involve the installation of new entrance gates which are currently being manufactured by Smith Sculptors. This will then be followed by the installation of fencing and the planting of hardy trees to add colour and shade to the cemetery.

decommissioned. Once the power upgrade is complete electricity will be connected to the barbecue making it operational. • A new light will be installed near the BBQ to add additional light between the ablution block and water spray park. • Within the next two months an additional seven street lights will be installed by Horizon Power from Second Avenue to Otway Way. This project was funded by the Country Local Government Fund and the Shire of Ashburton. The lighting will add to the safety and security of Onslow residents in the area.

Water spray park car park A new car park is currently being constructed on Cameron Avenue near the water spray park to provide additional, safe car parking for the water spray park. Once earthworks have been completed the car park will be sealed and finished off with kerbing. A new layover will be installed in the front of the ablution block. This will allow for easy, quick pull in access.

Onslow Tip – New trading hours 8.00 am to 3.00 pm MONDAY TO SATURDAY CLOSED SUNDAYS AND PUBLIC HOLIDAYS


Tom Price Community News First load of recyclables hit Perth Recycling in the Shire has been in full swing for almost 12 months and the success of the operation was demonstrated recently when the first load of recyclables left town for Perth in early April. Shire officers have been thrilled with community support since the recycling initiative was initiated

last year. Privately owned independent transport company Sadleirs – Nexus helped cover transport costs and assisted in loading the recyclables into the trailer. Shire Engineering Services Waste Co-ordinator Margaret Rowe said the Shire had been taking

Western Turner Syncline official opening which will ultimately, over time, diminish the use of purpose built heavy-duty haulage trucks. At present the workforce is mainly FIFO but once the joint venture expires the workforce is expected to move into residential areas in Tom Price. ‘’As with other Rio Tinto developments the opening signals a longer life for Tom Price extending the employment, contracts and Greg Musgrave recently visited the opening of the Western Turner small business opportunities for residents in Syncline operation where he watched men from Eastern Guruma perform Tom Price. six traditional dances. “It certainly compliments the Shire’s strategic Shire president Greg Musgrave had the endeavors and investment plans; particularly opportunity to recently attend the official opening with the current residential and industrial of Rio Tinto’s open pit Western Turner Syncline land development and sales, the revitalisation of our town centre and the construction of a $4.5m operation near Tom Price The first sod was turned in March 2010 and sports pavilion. “There is no doubt Tom Price will become the first truckload left the site for Tom Price in July 2010. The mine is primarily operated as a a thriving service hub for the resource joint venture between NRW and Eastern Guruma sector.” Musgrave said the opening of the mine people. “What a success it has been since they’ve was particularly special to him as he had the already hauled over 3 million tonnes of high opportunity to witness men from Eastern grade ore to Tom Price,” Musgrave said after the Guruma perform six traditional dances. “It reinforced to me the strong ties they have visit. to their land and to their communities and the The construction of 20 kms of overland conveyor is expected to commence shortly ensuing benefits will be significant”

Paraburdoo Community News Perth Festival comes to North West Paraburdoo residents were in for a treat in early April when two of the Perth Festival films debuted in the North West. On Saturday 2 April crowds gathered at Paraburdoo Primary School to watch Anthony Hopkins in the City of Your Final Destination and Australian filmmaker Richard Gray's Summer Coda.

Food and soft drinks were available for purchase with all proceeds going to Paraburdoo Primary School P & C. The same event was also held for Tom Price residents at the performing arts centre – with both events proudly supported by Rio Tinto. To find out about events near you visit

bales of paper, cardboard, plastics and cans to Amcor for recycling and urged community to keep up the great work and continue taking the time to recycle. “Thanks to community for all their support in our recycling venue,” she said.

The next Tom Price council meeting will be held: Date: Time: Place:

Wednesday May 18 3pm Meeting Room, Community Recreation Centre, Tom Price

Truck rollover causes part of highway to close Tom Price police were called to the scene last month after a truck rollover 10kms north of Auski Roadhouse which caused part of the Great Northern Highway to remain closed for over 12 hours. Although investigations are continuing, it was reported that the truck driver hit a cow which had strayed onto the road. No one was injured in the crash.

ANZAC cup - Paraburdoo Bowling Club 2011 Saturday April 23 was set aside for club members to take part in the annual ANZAC cup competition. With 10 men and five women playing in the singles competitions this proved to be a very good day. All bowlers had a great day. This years champions were Vivienne Alchin in the women’s division and Geoff Swancott in the men’s.

End of swimming season celebrated by Little Fish

Children were not the only ones that had a good time at the Little Fish Infant Swimming Program end of swimming season celebrations.

The families of the Little Fish Infant Swimming Program celebrated the end of their swimming season with a presentation and fun day. The children enjoyed ‘dive toy’ treasure hunts and noodle races and parents entertained the crowd with a fun race and time trial on the inflatable. All the children received certificates of participation and trophies were presented for encouragement awards and the Little Fish Swimmer of the season awards.

Congratulations to the following children who received awards: Jade Hills, Kaeli Haimes & Mia Richards, Jebediah Fare, Myla Nowland, Ava Prunster, Claire Anderson, Charlie Drysdale, Sian Mettam, Pranav Malhotra, Hayley Gordon, Van Grylls, Angus Kaufman and William Stratton. Many thanks to all the families of Little Fish Infant Swimming and thanks also to Muzzy’s in Tom Price and the Paraburdoo Health and Beauty for their donation of confidence building pool aides.


School Holiday Program Wrap-Up Dinosaurs on show Children in Onslow, Paraburdoo and Tom Price were taken on a journey back to prehistoric time recently, when they had the opportunity to meet a menagerie of insects, mammals and dinosaurs that once roamed free around the southern hemisphere, and are now in residence at the Dinosaur Petting Zoo. Shows on the Go, in conjunction with

Country Arts WA, toured the Pilbara stopping in at Paraburdoo, Tom Price and Onslow. The Dinosaur Petting Zoo is a unique puppet show featuring prehistoric creatures, from cute baby dinos to teeth-gnashing giants. The event was made possible by Karingal Neighbourhood Centre, Rio Tinto and the Shire of Ashburton.

Paraburdoo local Jai Fraser learnt first-hand how big dinosaurs’ mouths really are.

Eggciting times

Skate workshops in full swing

The Tom Price school holiday program kicked off with easter cooking fun. Two groups spent an eggciting time concocting chocolate treats in the kitchen at the Tom Price Recreation Centre with the community services coordinator, Heather Patmore remaining in eggcelent humour despite being surrounded by up to 20 chocolate covered children.

Paraburdoo and Tom Price skateparks were thronging with kids eager to learn new skills and techniques from Ben and James at the skateboard workshop. Well over 40 kids were booked in and that number was at least doubled by spectators. All levels and ages were catered for and a

delicious BBQ lunch was provided for the hungry skaters and scooterers. The following day the skateboard competition was held in the Tom Price skate park. Participants were able to show off their new moves and compete against their fellow skaters.

Pannawonica Community News Swimmers splash their way to wins at the Swimming Championships

Swim Club wraps up

Twenty eight swimmers participated in the club championships in Pannawonica recently. Eight swimmers from Pannawonica competed in this year’s North West Open Swimming Championships.

Pannawonica Swim Club finished up their 2010/2011 season with a club championships evening on April 7. Twenty eight swimmers participated in the event with some hearty competition all round - with many showing just how far they had come over the season. Medals were presented for the

fastest times and trophies to those swimmers who had improved the most. The evening culminated with a sausage sizzle. Pannawonica Swim Club thanked the sponsors for the evening, which included Rio Tinto, The Shire of Ashburton, Spotless, ISS, VDM, KBR and Outback Trees.

Swimmers and their families travelled from all over the State to Karratha to take part in the 2011 North West Open Swimming Championships held in April. The swimming championships are an annual meet which began in 1992. Eight swimmers from Pannawonica

joined swimmers from Paraburdoo, Tom Price, Newman, Karratha, Wickham, Exmouth, Broome and Port Hedland. Pannawonica Swim Club coaches said all the swimmers from Pannawonica achieved personal bests in all their competitions. The club thanked the Karratha Swim Club for organising the fantastic event.


Our Community tailored training workshop for community or sporting groups and organisations

Saturday, 28 May 2011 from 10am to 3pm Tom Price Community Centre (opposite library) Workshop content:

raising d n u f d n a s t n a r •G alisation it v e r d n a w ie v e r • Planning, gement a g en y it n u m m o •C and advocacy media • Marketing and

Registration fee: $10 donation to RFDS Western Operations. Lunch and refreshments provided. To register or for more information contact Rheannan Bloem, Community Officer, via or ph 9143 3652.


Out & About Photography skills on display in Onslow Budding photographers were put to the test during early April when they participated in a photography competition in Onslow, as part of the 2011 Youth Week. Workshops were delivered by Travis Hayto from Outer Bounds photography, which included a theory section on how to operate a camera and simple composition points to look at while taking that perfect shot.

A practical component of the workshop also included travelling to areas in and out of town at varying times of the day to capture different aspects of light and subjects. In total over 5000 photos were shot. Of those 5000 photos, 10 of the best for each participant were edited and from those 10 , two of the best were chosen. A total of 22 photos were printed and

Liam Angus - Second place winner.

displayed for public viewing where the Shire of Ashburton Councillors voted on each photo. The photos are currently on display at the community development office in Onslow. The winning photographers were: 1st Place – Katie Chegwidden 2nd Place – Liam Angus 3rd Place – Damon Injie

Damon Injie - Third place winner.

Katie Chegwidden - First place winner.

Taken by Amy Young.

Tom Price and Paraburdoo Telephone Directory The Nameless Jarndunmunha Committee are now updating the local telephone directory. Please notify the Committee of your current details for your residence, business club, organisation, community service or any other relevant group to be published in the directory. There is an online survey where we T can collect your details – please Tom Price   and   Paraburdoo   elephone   follow this link and complete the questions required: Directory. OR you can contact Sharon Morley via email or phone 91892437 to update your details. The   Nameless   Jarndunmunha   Committee   are   now  

‘Celebrating 40 Years’ updating the  local   telephone  directory.  

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Community Centre you can  contact        Sharon  Morley  via  email   9am -OR   12noon June 25, 2011   or  phone  91892437  to  update   your   details.   For more information or to book a stall please contact Heather at the Community Services Office on 9188 0807,, or on 0417 946 173

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