big picture stories
We are asking you to get involved and share your stories of how you fit into the Big Picture.
We want to hear from you how any of the Big Picture businesses has helped and supported your work or personal lives. We will endeavour to respond to and post as many stories as possible, but not all stories will be published.
Lloyds North have given me the opportunity of career success working in Tasmania which has allowed me to live in my state of choice.Read More
Shane Dunstan has worked at the Rosebery mine for 23 year. He is a third-generation worker at the mine, and would be proud if his children were to follow in this family tradition.Read More
As a fifth generation West Coast mining family, Linda carries on the mining tradition.Read More
“The best things about my job are the relationships you develop with the people you work with, as well as working for a company that doesn’t treat safety as a priority, but as a value.”Read More
Christine met her husband, Peter Winskill, at the mine. Peter is a fifth-generation miner and their son Mathew currently works there as a Simba Operator.Read More
What I like about my job is that I work on different projects all around the state with great people. Working in Tasmania means I get to stay near my family, and my partner is happy that I can avoid the fly-in fly-out type of work.Read More