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Sandfire outs itself over DeGrussa artefact disturbance

SANDFIRE Resources has self-reported interference with Aboriginal artefacts at its DeGrussa copper-gold mine 900km northeast of Perth, Western Australia.

The concentrator at the DeGrussa copper-gold mine.

The concentrator at the DeGrussa copper-gold mine.

The disturbance happened while the Monty satellite mine was being built. The low-density artefact scatter was unregistered. An internal review of historical activities at the site confirmed "unregistered,...

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