Miners rethink Aboriginal agreements

MINERS are rethinking the agreements they have with Traditional Owners of the land they are working on as the dust settles from the blasts that destroyed 46,000 year old rock shelters in the Juukan Gorge.

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Miners are rethinking the agreements they have struck with Traditional Owners.

Rio Tinto, the company that conducted the blast on its Brockman mine in the Western Australian Pilbara, that destroyed the archeologically and culturally significant rock shelters, is rethinking at