Whyalla


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Whyalla

(waɪˈælə)
n
(Placename) a port in S South Australia, on Spencer Gulf: iron and steel and shipbuilding industries. Pop: 21 271 (2001)
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As part of its public consultation process, the City of Whyalla is holding an information session on the proposed airport project.
The Kenyan-born couple own six Australian properties, snapping up three rundown houses in the South Australian steelworks city of Whyalla northwest of Adelaide in 2005 for $50,750 (Sh3.8M), $64,000(Sh4.8M) and $65,000 (Sh4.8M).
The first utility scale solar plant in Whyalla, South Australia, is one of the many projects using Jinergy PERC solar modules.
This is the first in a series of deliveries from Liberty's sister plant at Whyalla, South Australia and will enable the Newport mill to begin ramping up production of hot rolled coil, as the Welsh site waits for the installation of its own liquid steel and slab making facilities.
"From Wisconsin to Whyalla" Lukas Award-winning book by Amy Goldstein, NF '05, about decline of middle class resonates in New Zealand
This paper describes two intergenerational learning programs with a health promotion focus conducted by Occupational Therapy students in a men's shed in Whyalla, South Australia (SA).
Speaking ahead of tomorrow's formal handover event at the iconic Whyalla integrated plant in South Australia, Gupta said: "This is a historic moment.
"The acquisition of this highcalibre business and its skilled workforce gives us the basis to upgrade the liquid steel production facilities we're buying at Whyalla, South Australia and our plate mills at Dalzell and Clydebridge in Scotland to make high-value-added API grade plates that can be rolled at Hartlepool to supply pipeline projects worldwide.
Although power has been restored to 90 per cent of the state after the statewide blackout, caused by severe storms, industrial areas north and west of the state capital Adelaide and the steel city of Whyalla are still without power.
The study is also evaluating construction of a concentrate treatment plant at the port of Whyalla on the Spencer Gulf, about 200 km south of the Carrapateena project site.
The banks were concerned that a possible closure of the mill in Whyalla, a town in South Australia state largely dependent on the steelworks, would hurt the local economy through hundreds of job cuts and in turn lead to defaults on loans to consumers, the people said.
It was two years later that the couple decided to embark on a new life in Whyalla, South Australia.