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Bill Beament (left), David Flanagan and Raleigh Finlayson are passionate advocates for the WA School of Mines. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Mining for local talent

The WA School of Mines should include new disciplines and postgraduate degrees to insulate it from the cyclical resources economy, and help it become a global leader in its field, according to three former students who are now industry leaders.

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