Environmental concerns at Fortescue's embattled WA mine

By (a)manda Parkinson
Updated June 24 2024 - 3:40pm, first published 3:35pm
Traditional owners want $500m in compensation from Fortescue for economic and cultural losses. (Will Russell/AAP PHOTOS)
Traditional owners want $500m in compensation from Fortescue for economic and cultural losses. (Will Russell/AAP PHOTOS)

Traditional owners are calling on the West Australian government to impose stronger environmental protections at Fortescue's Solomon mine in the Pilbara region.

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