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Central Land Council calls for return of land entry permits

david rossThe Central Land Council (CLC) has called on the Northern Territory and Federal governments to bring back mandatory permits to enter remote Aboriginal communities.

Under the Federal Government's Intervention in the Northern Territory, entering an Aboriginal community no longer requires a permit. The CLC said the decision had left the door open for scammers to target remote areas.

The council said it...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 06 September 2012 14:01

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Yindjibarndi await court result to regain control

michael woodleyBy National Indigenous Times West Australian reporter Gerry Georgatos

The Yindjibarndi people have lodged a Federal Court action against Fortescue Mining which if successful will force the miner to negotiate with the Yindjibarndi Corporation on a proposed mining project.

 

Chief Executive Officer of the Yindjibarndi Corporation, Michael Woodley said the court action sought...

 

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