• 18 November 2020

    Alcoa apprentices boost local skills

    Alcoa is delighted to celebrate the graduation of 24 newly qualified tradespeople providing a significant skills-boost for local industry and part of the company’s long-term commitment to providing local jobs, for local people. The graduates spent four years gaining skills in diverse trades including fabrication, mechanical fitting, electrical instrumentation and...

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  • 18 November 2020

    New facilities equip group for the future

    Members of the Waroona West Fire Brigade celebrated the opening of their new state of the art modern facilities when they hosted volunteers, financial supporters and guests alike at their official opening last week. "I've been to many bush fire shed openings around Western Australia, but it is especially pleasing...

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  • 18 November 2020

    Alcoa celebrates inaugural Global Pride Week

    Alcoa continues to champion LGBT+ inclusion in the workplace and community, with the announcement of an inaugural Global Pride Week being held at its locations across the globe from 16-20 November, 2020. A long-term sponsor of the annual Perth Pride Parade, Alcoa Australia celebrated Pride over the last four years...

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  • 18 November 2020

    Captain Sal - the bus supporting the local community in need

    A new Salvation Army Regional Support Vehicle that will help deliver much needed support to people throughout the Shire of Glenelg hit hard by the COVID19 crisis, will be known as Captain Sal. The name, put forward by six-year-old William Kinsella from Heywood Consolidated School, was chosen as the winner...

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  • 16 November 2020

    Scitech brings Maths Murder Mystery to Kwinana

    Students, parents and teachers from Kwinana used mathematical techniques and analytical thinking to solve a series of challenges at Scitech’s Maths Murder Mystery events supported by Alcoa in November.

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  • 11 November 2020

    Alcoa joins NAIDOC Week celebrations

    Alcoa employees across Australia proudly celebrated the history and culture of Australia’s traditional owners, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, at NAIDOC Week events this week.

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  • 02 November 2020

    Free local support services help COVID recovery

    Free, localised support services to help in the recovery from COVID-19 have begun to be delivered in the South-West and Peel regions of Western Australia across communities where Alcoa operates its bauxite mines and alumina refineries.

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  • 29 October 2020

    Alcoa employees raise $4million for charity over 40 years!

    Alcoa of Australia’s employee charity PEACH (Personnel Employed at Alcoa Charity Help) recently celebrated a significant milestone, having donated a total of $4 million over the charity’s 40-year history. Founded in 1979, PEACH was inspired by a small group of enthusiastic Pinjarra refinery employees keen to help those in need...

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  • 20 October 2020

    Alcoa on track with volunteer support

    Alcoa’s long-term and ongoing support of the volunteer networks that maintain WA’s premier walking track and cycling trail – the Bibbulmun Track and Munda Biddi Trail – was sheeted home to a group of Alcoa employees who recently completed a guided walk hosted by the Bibbulmun Track Foundation. Alcoa employees,...

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  • 18 October 2020

    Alcoa champions future female engineers

    Alcoa of Australia is continuing its long-running support for aspiring female engineers with applications now open for the Alcoa Bev Corless Women in Engineering Scholarships.

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