​MRM enjoys a close relationship with the local community of the Gulf region as well as stakeholders across the Northern Territory. Our relationship is built on the basis of open communication and transparency.

The people who are important to our operations include:

  • Staff, contractors and their families
  • The Traditional Owners of the land on which we operate
  • The four language groups of the region
  • Residents of the Gulf Region
  • Suppliers
  • The Northern Territory and Australian Governments and related agencies
  • Non-government organisations
  • The Northern Territory business community
  • Other Territorians.

There are many ways we communicate with each other. Some are formal processes required by legislation or regulation while others are informal.

 Local Engagement

Our Community Relations team visits Borroloola on an almost daily basis and regularly visits other communities in the region .

Traditional Owners

We value the counsel Traditional Owners bring on issues of cultural heritage management. We are in regular contact with TOs to seek their advice.

Local Boards and Committees

MRM representatives have a seat at the table on a number of boards and committees, including Roper Gulf Regional Council Local Authority and the Borroloola Interagency Group.

            
Community events

MRM supports numnerous local events through sponsorships donations and attendance. We value the opportunities this gives us to interact with local people nand answer questions about our operatons.

Site tours

We host numerous site tours each year for people who have an interest in our operations. These include:

  • Monthly site tours for local people on the 22nd of each month. Local people who would like to join a site tour can book a place by phoning 1800 211 573.
  • High school and university student visits
  • Special interest groups
  • Visiting government officials and dignitaries.

Supplier forums

Our contractors and suppliers are integral to our operations at MRM. We host an annual supplier forum in Darwin as well as our Charity Golf Days, which attract around 300 participants each year.

MRM website

Our website is full of information about our operations, our environment and our community, as well as our latest career opportunities and publications, including all our fact sheets.

MRM Community App

Stay in touch with everything happening at MRM through our award-winning community app, which is available for free download for both Apple and Android devices. It includes an emergency call button, important safety information, a village map, links to websites and a host of other features. To download the app, search for MRM community in iTunes, Google Play or the Amazon Appstore.