The proposed go-kart track that has divided the community in Bathurst | 7.30

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Rio Tinto’s destruction of ancient caves at Juukan Gorge in Western Australia last year sent shockwaves across the nation and put cultural heritage laws under intense scrutiny. Now, a proposed go-kart track on one of the country’s most famous, and sacred, mountain is shaping up as a test case for when and how such laws should be used.

Ella Archibald-Binge reports.

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