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NSW Land Council still wary over Land Rights

P5 Craig CromelinThe New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council has declared it will remain on a "war footing" to resist any further attempts by the New South Wales Government to introduce legislation which would eliminate any component of Aboriginal Land Rights in the State.

The State's peak Aboriginal Land Council has welcomed the decision by the State Government to back away from introducing legislation to...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 November 2014 07:45

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Healing SA's history of the black mist

P8 maralinga handoverWith his hand on his heart, Keith Peters laments the haunting legacy of the black mist and "hurting history" Maralinga has endured.

For thousands of years, his ancestors hunted there among the red desert dunes of the South Australian outback.

In the 1950s, the Aboriginal population was forced off their land into missions to make way for British nuclear...

 

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