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Electrical Technician wanted!
We need an Electrical Technician now!
Update from Dinghy and Dave
Chief Operating Officer Dinghy Pattinson and Chief Executive Dave Gawn talk about what's happening.
Details of a community meeting Thursday 8 August
29 July 2019: Update
Work underway to remove the 30m barrier and dewatering infrastructure
Drivers wanted - 2 x part-time positions (casual)
The Pike River Recovery Agency is looking for two positive, cooperative and flexible individuals who are able to work independently and exercise sound judgement and appropriate initiative. The part-time Driver roles are based at the Pike River Mine site
Note put back at 170m barrier
Dinghy and Bryan today attached a new copy of the 2011 note by New Zealand Mines Rescue and Australian colleagues to the barrier at 170m in the Pike River Mine drift. The team hasn't been able to find the original.
Drift from 30m - 170m examined, nothing found
The Pike River Mine drift has been forensically examined between the 30m barrier and 170m seal, and nothing of interest has been found, Agency and Police say.
What's been happening since re-entry
Video update with Chief Executive Dave Gawn and Chief Operating Officer Dinghy Pattinson.
Photos from re-entry day
Some photos taken on Tuesday 21 May 2019.
What happens next?
Chief Executive Dave Gawn and Chief Operating Officer Dinghy Pattinson discuss what the Agency is hoping to achieve now a team has re-entered the Pike River Mine drift.