Hammond’s new take

THE Note suspects former Argyle Diamonds managing director Brendon Hammond could find himself challenging the status quo on Premier Geoff Gallop’s Sustainability Roundtable. In his old job, Mr Hammond was a pin-up boy for sus-tainability, particularly with the work Argyle did to promote Indigenous and regional employment in the Kimberley. But now he has taken the job of deputy chairman at aspiring uranium miner OmegaCorp, putting him at odds with the Premier’s staunch anti-nuke stance. For Mr Hammond, it’s a return to an old industry, as he has 12 years’ experience at Rio Tinto’s Rossing uranium mine in Namibia.

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