This week at Casey

  • 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 …

  • 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 …

  • Lagey lugging the load

    11 May 2007

    Late last week saw a small group of Brian, Lagey, and Bill, under the watchful eye of Denis (SL), head up to the Wilkins Runway. With regular air flights between Australia and Antarctica due to commence next summer, there is …

  • 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 …

  • Crane and expeditioners working at Casey fuel farm

    15 December 2006

    Brought to you by Alex, Gary and Ty. Another busy week at Casey Station as the Aurora Australis finally leaves Hobart for the beginning of Voyage 2. Summering scientists, due …

  • Friday drinks at Casey station

    8 December 2006

    Brought to you by Nikki R and Jason H Last Friday the weather was mild enough to have our Friday drinks on the helipad outside the Red Shed.Tricky set up an oasis setting using 44 gallon drums, complete with artificial …

  • Global Express on the Tarmac ready for flight.

    1 December 2006

    Brought to you by Nicole and Marty Global Express flyby goes off without a hitch Rewrite the history books, write some emails and send some postcards.... Sunday the 26th of November 2006 was the first time, EVER, the AAD has …

  • CASA plane landing at Casey

    23 November 2006

    CASA's arrive, icy samples are analysed and processed, more support for Wilkins and false fire alarms.

  • Expeditioner digging outside the new field store at Casey station

    17 November 2006

    Brought to you by your friendly BoM staff, Scott, Bill & John With the establishment of a new field store adjacent to the works building, Mel has been busy moving field equipment over from the old sheds. The new store …

  • Expeditioners standing beside quad bikes

    10 November 2006

    Now that the new arrivals are settled in, the summer programs are in full swing. When the weather allows, the divers and their support crew have been out drilling numerous holes …

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