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Woodley: Room for peace

michael woodleyYindjibarndi Aboriginal Corporation (YAC) CEO Michael Woodley said peace with Fortescue Metals Groups is possible – he said peace is only a "fair deal away". He has been able to secure a "fair deal" with an Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) with Rio Tinto for his people.

Mr Woodley is prepared to negotiate with Fortescue despite the whistleblower claims by lawyer Kerry Savas of Fortescue...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 November 2012 14:49

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Jinibara win Native Title claim

jinibara people_win_native_titleThe Jinibara people have won Native Title rights to more than 700 square kilometres of land in southeast Queensland in an historic court judgment.

Sitting in Woodford, north of Brisbane, the Federal Court approved a consent determination giving the Jinibara non-exclusive rights to the land.

The site stretches from the Blackall, Conondale and D'Aguilar ranges...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 November 2012 14:47

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