Rio Tinto issues apology after destroying Aboriginal heritage site

Rio Tinto has apologized after destroying a 46,000-year-old Aboriginal heritage site in Western Australia to expand its Brockman 4 iron ore mine. The site, in Juukan Gorge, featured ancient rock shelters that contained artifacts indicating tens of thousands of years of continuous human occupation.

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Metso introduces new crushing and screening plant concepts

Metso is introducing two new solutions for the crushing and screening plants in mining: the flexible FIT stations and the smart Foresight stations. The two unique, cost-efficient and productive solutions will provide significant resource and time savings for mines.

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BHP promotes Basto as president of Minerals Australia

BHP has appointed Edgar Basto as president of Minerals Australia, effective 1 July 2020. He will be responsible for BHP’s iron ore and nickel operations in Western Australia, metallurgical and energy coal in Queensland and New South Wales, and copper in South Australia.

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