The ups and downs of the mining industry saw us move around quite a bit and I worked again in Kalgoorlie between and - often casually as an announcer or as a regional journalist alongside great colleagues like journalists Sue Ellen Jerrard, David Harrison and Brad McCahon, now award winning producer of the ABC Breakfast program in Perth.
The only two remaining members of the choir are my brother, Lloyd Tamblyn, now aged 83 and living in Melbourne and Phyllis Smythe 86 living in Esperance. You can lose your head, literally. Senior courtiers were left 'spitting into their morning tea' when they saw Meghan Markle's New York baby Latest videos ABC News reports on the inquest of the Emu gold mine disaster of June Historic pub burns down Truck driver shows a bird's-eye view of Nullarbor Plain CCTV footage of the hoon incident in central Kalgoorlie Australian scientists pour cyanide-free 'green' gold at its test facility.
This caused much consternation among the security people but produced a better story for the evening and morning radio news bulletins, though.
When Kambalda was operating, they went underground - the media could never get close. She vowed The Pink House is not just the oldest-operating sex parlour in Australia, but the world. Interestingly, no sub division of similar design was built again. So eventually in6GF received one "quality" Radio National program a night, on a kind of roster system.
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On the other corner was St Mary's Cathedral and opposite the presbytery where the priests lived. Unfortunately, a young Wilson Street bloke was driving between the two shafts when the fall occurred and drove into the hole as it was happening.
Probably the most significant news event that I covered in Kalgoorlie was in when Gold Mines of Kalgoorlie announced that mining would cease on the Golden Mile.
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However, after listeners expressed their preference for independent news presented by the Commission, control of the news was returned to the ABC in September For most of the s I worked as a C-grade journalist under the then Regional Journalist, Peter Winner, who was a B-grade journalist at the time.