BHP Billiton

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Concerns raised over Olympic Dam expansion

Indigenous people power challenges mining might

'Alternative report' questions environmental, human rights record of world's biggest mining company

World's biggest mining company under fire

Protest planned at BHP Billiton AGM

Gas plant pipedream a nightmare

21 injured, 61 arrested in Ogies protest

BHP investigated for anti-graft violations

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