Rio Tinto Executives Quit Over Juukan Gorge Site Blast

Australian mining giant Rio Tinto has announced the departure of two executives today after shareholders, traditional owners and indigenous leaders expressed their outrage over the destruction of the Juukan rockshelters back in May 2020. The company announced in a statement that J-S Jacques will step down as the group’s executive director and CEO, but he…

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EXCLUSIVE: After years of inactions, elder abuse a “priority” says Government.

Elder abuse law reform is a priority for the WA State Government, says a spokesperson, despite three years of inaction on the issue. A state Government spokesperson has responded to the Use and Abuse report aired on WAMN News’s current affairs segment Western Perspective on 23 August. Use and Abuse highlighted the epidemic of financial…

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Former Trump adviser pleads not guilty to border wall donations fraud charge

By Helene Fung Steve Bannon, the 66-year-old former adviser to US President Donald Trump, pleaded not guilty to charges alleging he defrauded donors in a scheme to help build Mr Trump’s US-Medico border wall, one of Mr Trump’s key election promises. Mr Bannon and three more people facing allegations of defrauding hundreds of donors through…

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EXCLUSIVE: MUA WA Seeks ACTU Support To Save Fremantle Port

With more than half of our viewers in support of maintaining Fremantle Port, the Government’s plans to proceed with the outer harbour have been labelled as unnecessary and expensive. Fremantle Mayor, Brad Pettitt said it’s been fascinating to see that there is so much strong support for it in the community. “The outer harbour will…

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