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Does mining really employ more Indigenous people than any other industry?

Matt Canavan says mining employs Indigenous people at a greater rate than any other industry. Is he correct?

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Tips and Murmurs: Rio in line for a gong … Bob Woodward rules on Trump … Abbott’s passport

Rio Tinto is up for an award (yes, that Rio Tinto), Bob Woodward says Trump is unfit (yes, that Bob Woodward), and Tony Abbott won't be posting any holiday snaps anytime soon.

Former Rio Tinto chief executive Jean-Sebastien Jacques (Image: AAP/Dan Himbrechts)

Dear Josh, hate to break this to you but there’s been a few dud Aussie CEOs…

Josh Frydenberg reckons Rio Tinto just needs an Aussie in charge. But there’s no reason to think Australians have a premium on good corporate governance.

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Blame it on Rio: giant miner opens up in Africa, to the delight of China

China's next step in dispensing of its over-reliance on Australia is a massive Simandou iron ore deposit in West Africa, courtesy of Rio Tinto.

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Australia’s winemaggedon is upon us (and other stories you might have missed)

The future of Australian wine is shiraz (if we don't do something about climate change). Plus other stories you may have missed this week.

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Rio Tinto rethink: it’s time for the miner to cut colonial baggage, pay more

Rio Tinto could do worse than relocating its global headquarters to Australia if it wants to repair its rocky image.

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The Labors of Albanese

Good morning, early birds. In the wake of the Victorian branch stacking scandal, Labor's national executive is reportedly considering an audit of the entire state membership, and The Australian reports that multiple background Liberal National Party figures are on the payroll of Clive Palmer. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

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BHP to pull a Rio Tinto

Good morning, early birds. BHP is preparing to destroy between 40 and 86 historic Aboriginal sites, and the OECD forecasts that Australia will effectively lead the developed world out of the global recession. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

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NTEU abandons ‘union-backed wage cuts’

Good morning, early birds. The National Tertiary Education Union has largely abandoned its proposed National Jobs Protection Framework, and Scott Morrison will reportedly bring ACTU secretary Sally McManus on board a group of business representatives to discuss workplace relations reform. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

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Mining companies try to handle the heat from Australia’s bushfires

Splashing cash around mightn't be enough to shift public perception after a summer of devastating bushfires.

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