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Euahlayi People take on Australia in court

Michael-Anderson-at-old-APHMichael Anderson leads his Nation onto the international stage by refusing to pay rates to Brewarrina Shire Council

The Euahlayi Peoples of western New South Wales have challenged the Commonwealth of Australia's right to claim sovereignty of their Country by refusing to pay rates being charged by the Brewarrina Shire Council and taking action in the...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 23 March 2014 15:05

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Walpo laments “huge disappointment” with decision to reject mine plan for Cape York

dereck-walpoQueensland's State Government should reconsider shelving plans for a Cape York mine, Aurukun Mayor, Dereck Walpo said because keeping the mining plans on track could have helped cut Indigenous welfare dependency.

Deputy Premier Jeff Seeney announced last week proposals by two firms to open a bauxite mine at Aurukun on the western cape had been rejected.

The plans were shelved over concerns not...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 23 March 2014 15:00

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