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.theguardian - 29 days ago

‘Cutting our culture up’: outrage after WA decides not to prosecute over alleged destruction of sacred site

Granite from a sacred site in the East Kimberley was allegedly quarried and exported to China without traditional owners’ permissionTraditional owners say they are outraged by the Western Australian government’s decision not to prosecute a mining company for allegedly destroying a sacred site in the Kimberley and exporting granite from the site to China.The Garnkiny and Jawaren site near Halls Creek in the East Kimberley was allegedly damaged in 2019 by mining company Kimberley Granite Holding, which has a mining exploration licence over an area of Springvale Station where the sacred sites are located. Continue reading...


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