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So, turns out in 2015 Rio Tinto even made a documentary WITH the PKKP traditional owners about the archeological discoveries in Juukan Gorge. Whilst Rio Tinto has apologised for destroying the 46,000 year old site it defies belief they did not know how important the sites were.

CORONAVIRUS ▶️ As the U.S. gradually reopens after many weeks of strict lockdown, hotels are about to start welcoming visitors again. Their owners need to figure out a way to provide traditional hospitality services with health and safety in mind.

@witstowear  Yes it is an interesting defence isn't it. I suppose you've seen the response from the traditional owners to that claim?

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Fittingly, this vigil took place on land (today known as Musgrave Park) that has been a traditional meeting place for the Jagera and Turrbal nations, and Traditional Owners across South-East Queensland for tens of thousands of years.

Fracking isn’t the way out of the coronavirus crisis or the climate crisis. Traditional Owners in the Northern Territory have been standing up against fracking for years #qanda 

“Basketball Australia would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which we live, learn, love, work & play. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. We acknowledge the importance of National Reconciliation Week...

Plenty of successful designers, stylists and business owners have thriving careers without a traditional fashion education. @LaQuanSmith  is one of them.

Explosives destroyed two ancient rock shelters, where artefacts discovered included 4,000-year-old plaited human hair with genetic links to the present day traditional owners, the Puutu Kunti Kurrama and Pinikura people.

Rio Tinto apologises to traditional owners after blasting 46,000-year-old Aboriginal site

Mining giant @RioTinto  has apologised to traditional owners in WA after destroying an ancient Indigenous site dating back 46,000 years. #7NEWS 

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Rio Tinto apologises to traditional owners after blasting 46,000-year-old Aboriginal site

Minister for Indigenous Australians Ken Wyatt confirms he was approached last week by representatives of the traditional owners trying to prevent the destruction of 46,000 year old sites of cultural significant by Rio Tinto in the Pilbara

BREAKING: Adani has ensured Wangan & Traditional Owners'>Jagalingou Traditional Owners have no legal right to remain on country. It's disgraceful. Always was, always will be Aboriginal land ✊

Traditional Owners in the Northern Territory are concerned that mining FIFO workers are not being tested for COVID-19 when they enter the Territory as they're considered an 'essential service'. They want this to change.

Owners say the property was saved by the traditional Indigenous technique of cultural burning conducted on their land three years ago #AustralianFires 

Uluru today was closed to climbers permanently by the Northern Territory Parks & Wildlife, respecting the wishes of the rock's traditional owners. Anangu are the traditional owners of Uluru-Kata Tjuta, and have formally owned the land since the early 1980s

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Fracking companies want to silence Traditional Owners and Remote Aboriginal communities who say no fracking on their land. But they’re powerful and they’re standing up to protect country. Share this video now ?

This is putrid. Morrison secretly approved a uranium mine against the wish of Traditional Owners. It will produce 36M tonnes of radioactive waste & damage precious groundwater for hundreds of years. We stand with the Tjiwarl Traditional Owners fighting this mine in court.

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Whether you're mourning, rallying or even commemorating this significant day, it is important to acknowledge traditional owners and their lands on which you are currently meeting. #AlwaysWillBe 

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