7 Sept 2021

Aboriginal prisoners helping answer WA’s skills shortage

The call for desperately needed skills in booming industries such as mining and civil construction is being answered from the most unlikely of places.

Twelve Aboriginal prisoners are seeking to join the industry, having completed a 14-week training course that equips soon-to-be-released Indigenous men from minimum security jails around WA with the skills they need to enter the workforce.

31 Jan 2021

Trailblazing indigenous business leader reaches milestone

Carey Mining was one of the first private Aboriginal contractors to be established in Australia and it's still going strong

27 Jan 2021

Carey Group - Celebrating 25 Years of Elevating Aboriginal Business

Carey Mining was established in 1995 with a goal: to elevate and empower Aboriginal Australians within the resource sector. Twenty-five years later, this ethos is still burning strong within the company and its founder, Daniel Tucker. Growing up in a society that had little-to-no expectation for him or his people, Daniel’s road to success was far from easy. It is a testament to the strong values instilled in Carey by Daniel that has led to the company being at the forefront of Indigenous enterprise and opportunity today

11 Oct 2020

Aboriginal contractor Carey Mining inks deal with AngloGold Ashanti for Sunrise Dam project near Laverton

One of the world’s biggest gold producers is toasting a landmark deal that will see an Aboriginal-owned mining contractor taking charge at one of its satellite pits at its Sunrise Dam project near Laverton.

11 Oct 2020

Golden Deal delights Indigenous business

One of the world's biggest gold producers is toasting a landmark deal that will see an Aboriginal owned mining contractor taking charge at one of its satellite pits at its Sunrise Dam project near Laverton

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