Rio, Traditional Owners celebrate diamond venture
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Western Australia's Kimberley region was the scene of a historic celebration as the Traditional Owners of the site of Rio Tinto's Argyle diamond mine officially opened the $2.2 billion underground operation.
Rio decided in 2005 to turn the Argyle mine into a block cave underground operation, which will extend its life to 2020.
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