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Here are today’s main developments:
The Western Australian government is trying to find another company to conduct independent monitoring of damage to rock art at Murujuga on the Burrup peninsula, after parting ways with the company originally contracted to do the work just 14 months ago.
The Australian reported that Puliyapang Pty Ltd, which was awarded the $7.2m contract in February 2020, had its contract terminated in April due to a breach of contract.
The Murujuga Rock Art Strategy and Monitoring Program will deliver a world-leading scientifically rigorous approach to monitoring, analysis and managing the rock art and the department expects the studies will commence in line with the timeframe of the previous contract.
The department is working through a procurement process for a new contract for the monitoring program and that is expected to be finalised soon.
Read the original article at The Guardian