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27 October 2008
BHP Billiton hosted an analysts' tour of operations in Western Australia and SouthAustralia.
BHP today released its economic contribution figures for the 2021 financial year.
BHP and the Banjima Native Title Aboriginal Corporation (BNTAC), the prescribed body corporate for the Banjima People, have commenced a joint investigation to understand the cause of the rock fall and ensure any lessons are identified. BHP has also agreed to suspend all nearby mining activity.
BHP’s Local Buying Program has reached more than A$500 million in approved spend since its launch in 2012. In that time, the program has worked with over 1,450 local businesses, on over 36,000 work packages, with an average payment period of just 13 days.