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For some, the chasm between what Land Councils should and should not do is just increasing

Opinion Bevan_mailmanNative Title holders are claiming some federally funded Land Councils are treating them like children and doing nothing to help them get their claims up. And with land claims left unresolved, it opens the way for State governments and mining companies to give notice of intent to move and build stockpiles and rail lines on sacred land.

As Vince Lockyer, 68, from Port Hedland puts it...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 02 September 2014 19:11

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YWCA Canberra’s Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan

community ywca_agnes_sheaYWCA Canberra launched its Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) at a lunchtime event at the Mura Lanyon Youth and Community Centre last Wednesday.

The launch was a celebration of the work YWCA Canberra has contributed as a champion for reconciliation in the Canberra community. It was attended by Ngunnawal Elder Aunty Agnes Shea, local school principals, representatives...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 August 2014 17:44

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