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Jandamarra’s granddaughter speaks out for Women’s Country

margaret deeganThe Native Title process is being called into question with a public stoush in the West Kimberley that for far too long has languished and been kept out of the light of day.

There is a divide between the Bunaba and Nyikina peoples in terms of native title claims and connection to Country, particularly over historical Women's Country.

A point of contention is whether the great warrior...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 15 February 2013 12:11

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Family frees dying brother

bropho in_chainsThe beleaguered Perth Nyungah family of the Brophos has had to deal with one tragedy after another since they were tossed out of their homes by State Government's 2003 closure of their Swan Valley Nyungah community – many of the residents finished homeless and some have sadly died on the streets. The suburban Lockridge community site, soon to be turned into a park called "Reconciliation Park" by the...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 07 February 2013 13:07

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