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1 Australia's oil industry faces new indigenous heritage test
2 Juukan Gorge destruction still possible under new heritage legislation, Aboriginal leaders say
3 Australia lodges world heritage submission for 50,000-year-old Burrup Peninsula rock art
4 World's largest collection of ancient rock art at Murujuga National Park re-opens
5 Australia’s oil industry faces a discord due to submerged heritage
6 Australian Submerged Heritage, Another Challenge For Oil Industry
7 Explainer: why the rock art of Murujuga deserves World Heritage status
8 Factbox: Australian resource projects in focus after sacred site destruction
9 Submerged 7000-Year-Old Australian Site Found | Science
10 First recreation site developed within Western Australia's Murujuga National Park
11 Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation to receive millions in cultural and commercial funding
12 Murujuga's tourism dream for the Pilbara
13 Mining company Rio Tinto apologises for destruction of 46,000-year-old Aboriginal site
14 Clues to Australia's Past Spotted Underwater
15 Rio Tinto expected to destroy 124 more Aboriginal sites, inquiry told
16 Deal agreed for Burrup fertilizer plant
17 'Noted': Feds take two years to craft curt response on protecting 47,000-year-old rock art
18 Burrup Peninsula – Planeta.com
19 Recognising ancient culture sees land added to Murujuga National Park
20 We found an ancient Aboriginal site preserved under the ocean: Here's what we saw
21 The Murujuga Mermaid: how rock art in WA sheds light on historic encounters of Australian exploration
22 Plans progress for massive Burrup urea plant
23 New discovery may hinder Woodside pipeline
24 World Heritage listing of Burrup Peninsula rock art edges closer
25 Where art meets industry: protecting the spectacular rock art of the Burrup Peninsula
26 Rock art precinct closer to protection
27 The cultural beauty of Murujuga
28 Fertiliser plant is not damaging Burrup Peninsula rock art, EPA says
29 Murujuga's engravings under threat from industrial fumes
30 Ancient underwater Aboriginal heritage sites discovered by archaeologists
31 Rock art shows early contact with US whalers on Australia's remote northwest coast
32 Three UWA projects receive $3.1 million in national research funding
33 Archaeologists look below the ocean surface in Dampier Archipelago for signs of ancient culture
34 Murujuga World Heritage nomination in spotlight
35 Mining industry opposes new laws for Aboriginal heritage sites despite Juukan Gorge failures
36 Singing the Stones: can industry and ancient rock art coexist on the Burrup Peninsula?
37 The world's largest rock art collection could be destroyed within this century
38 Agreement prompts potential World Heritage listing for Burrup Peninsula ancient Aboriginal site
39 Burrup Peninsula players ponder move in push for World Heritage status
40 New mural welcomes Perth visitors to Whadjuk Noongar Country
41 Oil falls after Saudi cuts prices, China slows imports
42 Indigenous owners 'left out' of rock art site's world heritage listing talks
43 Two new chemical plants under consideration near WA's Burrup rock art
44 New strategies developed to protect Pilbara rock art
45 Can industry and ancient rock art coexist on the Burrup Peninsula?
46 India aims for half of state-run fuel stations to be solar-powered in five years
47 Why scientific monitoring of the effects of industry on our priceless WA rock art is inadequate
48 The A-Z of protecting the Pilbara’s world class rock art
49 Aboriginal artefacts found off WA coast | The Star | Newcastle, NSW
50 Rio Tinto donates 6,000 litres of sanitising products to remote communities
51 New agreement to preserve, protect and study WA rock art
52 Myanmar, Kuwait ambassadors pay visit to the Pilbara
53 Grain grower becomes 'oyster pioneer' in Pilbara experiment
54 Evidence of 9,000-year-old stone houses found on Australian island
55 World's largest collection of rock art at risk, Australian senators told
56 Archaeologists find underwater sites belonging to Aboriginal Australians
57 No agreement on defending WA 'masterpiece of human creative genius'
58 Holiday in WA
59 Australia's most polluting project begins approvals 'by stealth'
60 Australia's first-ever ancient underwater Aboriginal archaeological site undercovered
61 Plan for Pilbara unveiled as part of WA Recovery Plan
62 WA accused of undermining Burrup peninsula's world heritage listing
63 Juukan Gorge won't be the last priceless record of human history to be legally destroyed by mining
64 American whalers recorded voyages in Australian rock art, study reveals
65 New DC comic book superhero Thylacine is an Indigenous Australian from the Pilbara
66 Reconciliation Australia ends partnership with Rio Tinto over destroyed heritage site
67 Ancient outdoor art gallery a step closer to World Heritage listing
68 WA seeks experts to manage ancient rock art
69 Broad horizons an antidote
70 Rare Aboriginal Artefacts Dating 7,000 Years Ago Discovered In Australia
71 Rockstars of our rare red land
72 Push for Burrup site to get UNESCO heritage status
73 Summit to canvass world heritage for Burrup’s beauty
74 Evidence Aborigines built stone houses 9,000 years ago | Daily Sabah
75 Rock carvings made by American whalers discovered on north Australian coast
76 Ancient Aboriginal sites discovered underwater
77 Western Australia's Recovery Plan includes major infrastructure boom
78 State's Government Architect term concludes
79 UNESCO World Heritage Listing of Aboriginal cultural landscape
80 Burrup Peninsula rock art at heart of tourism drive
81 Australia's 'most significant site' kept off UNESCO's World Heritage list
82 Desert heritage in the spotlight in Karratha 6-10 August | University News
83 Pilbara tourism surges despite WA's coronavirus border shutdown
84 Australia’s Chemical Plants Are Threatening the World’s Oldest Trove of Rock Art
85 Rock art vandalism, including graffiti, imitation carvings, devastates WA Aboriginal elders
86 Beef bait lures replace kangaroo in program that respects Indigenous culture
87 Success and Leadership SNAPSHOT with Chris Salisbury
88 Ancient and modern: Burrup rock art
89 Pollution destroying heritage-listed art
90 Pollution puts ancient Burrup rock art ‘at risk’
91 FIFO workforce ruled out for new Pilbara urea plant
92 Growing tropical oysters in the Pilbara
93 Jo McDonald
94 Woodside confirms WA LNG future at truck hub opening | News
95 CSIRO errors put 30,000-year-old indigenous rock art at risk
96 Western Australia chemical plants threaten 40,000-year-old rock art
97 All King’s men in the frame for Pilbara ship art
98 Australia's top 7 Aboriginal rock art sites
99 Tim Winton joins push for World Heritage listing of ancient rock art on WA's Dampier Archipelago
100 Is a 46,000-Year-Old Site Less Sacred Than Profits?