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120 of world’s Indigenous leaders converge on Yarrabah for Elders gathering to coincide with rare solar eclipse

gurubuna elder-bob_pattersonGurubuna Elder Bob Patterson said he was honoured to share his land and his stories with more than 120 Indigenous leaders who have converged on a Yarrabah beach to mark a rare event – a solar eclipse.

The total solar eclipse was due to occur at first light on Wednesday of this week and was expected to plunge Cairns into darkness. It was also expected to be visible as a...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 November 2012 23:05

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Scott declares mining move “bold”

geoff scottThe true economic independence of Aboriginal people in New South Wales is another step closer to reality following the announcement the New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council has progressed further with its Petroleum Special Prospecting Authority Applications or PSPAs, Chief Executive Officer, Geoff Scott said

Mr Scott described the decision to move into mining by the Land Council as "bold".

"It was...

 

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