WA’s ex-Aboriginal affairs minister Ben Wyatt on joining Rio Tinto board | ABC News

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    WA’s former Aboriginal affairs minister is appointed to Rio Tinto’s board as a non-executive director as the mining giant moves to recover from the fallout over the Juukan Gorge disaster. Ben Wyatt said his role will focus on building relationships with the local community rather than on mining operations.

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    Rio Tinto Group, RIO (ASX), is an Anglo-Australian multinational and the world’s second largest metals and mining corporation, behind BHP, producing iron ore, copper, diamonds, gold and uranium.

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