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Elder halts wind farm project

shane mortimerBy National Indigenous Times Editor Stephen Hagan

Canberra's Ngambri Elder, Shane Mortimer is facing alone the might of Australia's new alternative power industry, wind farms. Last week he took Goldwind Australia Pty Ltd to the NSW Supreme Court because "they just ignored any Native Title right because either it was convenient for them or their numerous lawyers advising them just do not get...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 13 September 2012 14:36

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Austen Tayshus calls for an Andre Agassi intervention on Palm Island

spring festival_palm_islandBy National Indigenous Times reporter Rhonda Hagan

Legendary Australian comedian Austen Tayshus, a guest entertainer at Palm Island Spring Festival held over the weekend, has called for an Andre Agassi style intervention to address the alarming disadvantage he observed during his time on the north Queensland island.

 

"I really loved the people, especially...

 

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