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Melbourne — An Australian Aboriginal group has said it is encouraged by the increased engagement taken by miner South32 over a new mine in Western Australia, but remains cautious about whether the miner will do more than the legal minimum.

CEO Graham Kerr said the miner has increased its interactions with the Noongar people over the development of its Hotham bauxite mine, which will produce the aluminium raw material at one of Western Australia’s largest mining projects not for iron ore...

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