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Ngarluma Yindjibarndi Foundation is aiming to create more work opportunities after taking over management of the historic town of Cossack.

Diverse opportunities for indigenous businesses

Three multi-million dollar contracts announced last month by Rio Tinto have highlighted the diversity and complexity among indigenous contractors in Western Australia.

Rio has contracted three Aboriginal businesses to provide cleaning, grounds maintenance and associated services across its expansive Pilbara operations.

Two are long-running Aboriginal businesses – Roebourne-based Brida and Dunsborough-based Pindari, while the third is the little-known Pilbara Aboriginal Investments.

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Employees

41st-Indigenous Construction Resource Group168
48th↑Primero Group120
49th↓Central Earthmoving120
52nd↑Karridale GroupNFP
53rd↓Kiewit Australia100
76 contractors ranked by total staff in WA

1st-Carey Mining180
2nd↓Indigenous Construction Resource Group168
3rd↑Eastern Guruma135
4th-Pindari110
5th↓Kimberley Regional Service Providers100
35 indigenous contractors ranked by total staff in WA

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