« Since the start of the negotiations, there have been 16 separate company meetings. It is clear that the company does not intend to negotiate in good faith, but simply uses delaying tactics to avoid one day reaching a fair agreement, » he said. One of Dawson`s main features is the development of cultural heritage agreements for Dawson North and South. These agreements have put in place a framework for cooperation to minimize the impact on areas covered by dawson North, Central and South`s Aboriginal Title or Cultural Heritage Guidelines. At Dawson North and Central, we have established an agreement for the study and management of cultural heritage, in consultation with the Gangulu, the traditional owners of the development area and the cultural heritage managers of the region. In November, the Fair Work Commission rejected a CFMEU application for « Good Faith Bargaining » injunctions against Anglo American. . . .