Sydney-based Puliyapang, the company awarded $7 million to monitor industrial emissions on 47,000-year-old rock art in Western Australia’s north has been dismissed for breach of contract.

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The Australian 10 June 2021 (subscription required) ‘Priceless’ Burrup Peninsula rock art at risk as monitoring halted by disputes
Efforts to protect the world’s largest collection of ancient rock art on the Burrup Peninsula are in disarray.

WA Today 10 June 2021: WA cuts loose Burrup rock art monitors for breaching $7 million contract
A company awarded $7 million to monitor industrial emissions on 47,000-year-old rock art in Western Australia’s north has been dismissed for breach of contract.