These videos from the Groundbreaker Trail highlight some of the key initiatives of the last 50 years. They cover the four topics being explored by the Schools programme - mining, technology, resources and innovation.
If you are a teacher, the 'Mine of the Future' video is relevant to the learning outcomes of the Year 4 - 6 Lesson plans, while 'Extraordinary Growth, Extraordinary Times' is particularly suitable for students in Year 10 - 12.
Rio Tinto has joined the national push for constitutional recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples by formally signing on to the Recognise campaign. Hear from some of our employees.
Mine of the Future
Every new Mine of the Future™ technology begins with the question: 'What new idea can we bring to mining to make it safer, more productive, or more sustainable?'
Performing today, delivering for tomorrow
Rio Tinto is a long-term business, meeting real human needs, today and tomorrow.
Iron Ore -'Mine to port'
Over the past year our iron ore business has achieved some major milestones thanks to the contributions of our most important asset, our people.
Hamersley 66 motion picture
Extract from the Hamersley '66 motion picture. Discover more about our 50 years of iron ore in Western Australia.
Illustration by Future Shelter. Hand drawn by Western Australian artist Jane King.