This week at Casey

  • HydroponicsL Cherry Tomato plants

    4 May 2007

    This week's news from Casey is brought to you by the Casey plumbers, Dave and Paul. With the days noticeably starting to shorten, the expeditioners here at Casey are beginning to think about preparations for mid-winter festivities, and who to …

  • Casey dawn service 2007

    27 April 2007

    Brought to you by the Casey Sparkies, Matt and Brad Anzac Day dominated proceedings this week, culminating in several activities. The day started very early for a keen few who enjoyed each other's company at "Splinters" and listened to a …

  • Pancake ice forms around the wharf

    30 March 2007

    Brought to you by Denis R, Ian P and Frank H This week saw many changes at Casey. During the early part of the week most on station have been watching the sea-ice developing at a steadily increasing rate, clearly …

  • Bulldozer pushing snow

    18 May 2007

    This week's edition of Icy News is brought to you by the Dieso's, Jeremy and Largy. Yet again the Wilkins runway has had a big impact on our week with Nick, Ty & Mark traveling up to the runway to …

  • Casey Sunrise

    25 May 2007

    Another week passes and another beautiful sunrise here at Casey. Casey sunrisePhoto: Bill M   One of the few positives we can take out of the fact that it is almost always overcast here is that when the sun does …

  • Expeditioner checking the fire alarm panel at Casey station

    6 July 2007

    Brought to you by the Station Leader. Tradies With the winter season well and truly here, Casey hasn't seen much of the sun for a while and combined with lots of overcast skies, wind and plenty of dull, dull weather, …

  • Expeditioner about to throw a dart

    8 June 2007

    This week's news is brought to you by the Casey Comms team of Ian and Brent. Another week has flown by at Casey though, up till now, without the assistance of the not uncommon high winds. On Friday afternoon Casey …

  • Clouds over Casey

    1 June 2007

    By Chris W & Gary M The weather here at Casey this past week can best be described as unpredictable. We had a record high temperature of plus 4.3 degrees, and then the clouds drew over and the winds blew …

  • Male and female skiing

    23 March 2007

    Brought to you by Justin W – BoM Senior Observer It's been another interesting week here at Casey with the general hubbub of folks busily attempting to finish projects and packing mixed with a tinge of regret at the fact …

  • Expeditioners collecting soil samples in the snow.

    16 March 2007

    Since the weather here at Casey turned all cold and wintery on us, indoor activities have become more popular than outdoor ones.However, this did not stop an intrepid group, led by Kate M and Andrew T, from making the trip …

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