Aboriginals left behind by Australia's mining boom
Port Hedland may be one of the richest places in Australia, but for some of its original inhabitants, life is a struggle.The town has grown rich as an iron ore port, but there is a drastic shortage of social housing. The FT's Jamie Smyth talks to some Aboriginals whose lives haven't benefited from the money flowing into Western Australia.
Filmed by Jamie Smyth, edited by Tom Griggs
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