Leadership

“I’m hoping I can be a leader for women.”

The Indigenous single-mum working inside one of Australia’s largest underground gold mines.

By Olivana Smith-Lathouris

Leadership

The Indigenous single-mum working inside one of Australia’s largest underground gold mines.

By Olivana Smith-Lathouris

It’s not every day you get to interview someone a kilometre underground but for Indigenous woman and single mother of two Chantelle Hamilton, this is daily life.

Chantelle works full-time in an underground gold mine in Orange in rural New South Wales as part of the service crew maintaining equipment and machinery.

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