Paramedic Elle Cooper sacked after speaking out about culture of sexism and harassment at Rio Tinto mines

Main Image: Former Rio Tinto employee Elyse Cooper has blown the whistle on the sexual harassment and bullying women still face on WA mine sites - with the mining giant admitting it has had to discipline an employee on the back of her revelations. Credit: The West Australian


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