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Ranger uranium mine operates within the bounds of the dual World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park. Ranger was established through a no-consent lease on the… Read More »Rehabilitating Mirarr Land: Mining to end at Ranger?
Wanem samting kamap bihain long maining emi klia. Ol gutpla na nogutpla samting wantaim yumi save lukim. Long Western Australia nau mipla lukim displa bikpela… Read More »Moni, Meining na independens blong ol papa graun stap klostu