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Rio Tinto plans on destroying another 124 Indigenous sites

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Earlier this year, the mining company Rio Tinto destroyed Juukan gorge, a 46,000 year old heritage-listed site. After apologising, Rio Tinto has still kept plans to destroy a further 124 Indigenous sites.

Reporter Anneliese Farrer spoke to Jamie Lowe, CEO of the National Native Title Council, to see how this can happen and what the public do to elevate Traditional Owners voices.

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Jamie Lowe, CEO of the National Native Title Council

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Anneliese Farrer

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