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Legitimate representatives of First People to meet at National Summit of Traditional Owners

p1Three well known leaders of the First People's rights struggle, Tauto Sansbury, Geoff Clark and Michael Mansell have come together to call for a National Summit of Traditional Owners.

They have declared the Prime Ministerial Indigenous Advisory Council led by Bandjalung man Warren Mundine is not only an embarrassment to First Peoples but it was an insult to suggest itself as an advisory body representative of the First...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 October 2014 18:08

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Coniston massacre land returned to Traditional Owners

The site of Australia's last recorded massacre of Aboriginal people has been returned to its Traditional Owners.

Indigenous Affairs Minister, Senator Nigel Scullion travelled to Yurrkuru 274 kilometres north west of Alice Springs to present Native Title deeds to Traditional Owners.

p10-conistonIt was at this site in 1928 up to 100 Aboriginal people were killed near the Coniston cattle station in reprisal for...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 October 2014 18:06

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