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FMG mining licence brouhaha

FORTESCUE Metals Group has applied for a mining licence over lands near the rock shelters Rio Tinto destroyed in the Juukan Gorge even though the Traditional Owners feel they are culturally sensitive.

The Sacred Snake pool in the Juukan Gorge.

The Sacred Snake pool in the Juukan Gorge.

The Puutu Kunti Kurrama and Pinikuru peoples told the Joint Standing Committee on Northern Australia's inquiry into the destruction of the 46,000 year old Juukan rock shelters that it had agreed a moratorium...

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