The Australian Football League (AFL) national draft was held recently at the Gold Coast Convention Centre, with the next generation of AFL stars from across the country all gathering together.
Rio Tinto employee, Daniel Repacholi, goes off to London to represent Australia at his third Olympic Games.
The Footy Means Business partnership between Rio Tinto and the AFL is an innovative leadership development programme that links young Indigenous men with employment and education opportunities.
In 2011 Rio Tinto finalised participation agreements with five indigenous groups across the Pilbara region, securing the current and future operations of Rio Tinto's iron ore business while ensuring the full engagement of the region's traditional owners.
In 2001, Argyle committed to renew its relationship with local Aboriginal communities and began a comprehensive process of engagement with Traditional Owners, leading to a new agreement.
Rio Tinto entered a new era in sustainable development in the Northern Territory when Rio Tinto Alcan and Yolngu Traditional Owners signed the Gove Traditional Owners Agreement.
Rio Tinto has committed more than $2.5 million over three years in Aboriginal education in Western Australia.
Rio Tinto is a leading partner in the Aurora Project, which provides training and professional development to employees working at native title representative bodies.