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OPPORTUNITY: Meagan Hartley (left) and Kylianne Turton quit their jobs in the resources industry to open small businesses. Photo: Hart Me Photography

Pilbara plans for growth beyond mines

Two Karratha businesswomen believe cheaper commercial rents are vital to ensuring the sustainable growth of small businesses as part of a plan to diversify the Pilbara’s economy.

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