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Melbourne — Australia’s Fortescue Metals Group (FMG) has apologised to an Aborigine group for clearing land on a heritage site while flouting a government condition for representatives of the community to be present when the damage took place.

It is the week’s second such incident, despite pressure on Australian iron ore miners to show they have improved practices to manage important sites after Rio Tinto destroyed two sacred rock shelters for a mine expansion in May 2020...

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