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Elder questions the relevance of NSW Aboriginal Land Council

toomelah-house-trashed-fxt61137By National Indigenous Times reporter Geoff Bagnall

A member of the Toomelah delegation to Canberra took a swipe at the NSW Aboriginal Land Council questioning its relevance to representing the interests of communities in the State.

Aunty Madeline McGrady said Toomelah did not want to be forever reliant on the State Government or the NSW Land Council but she...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 30 August 2012 13:50

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Plea for support of Homelands falls on deaf ears in Canberra

rosalie kunoth_monks_and_granddaughter_ameliaIndigenous Affairs Minister Jenny Macklin has snubbed a delegation of Northern Territory Elders who travelled to Canberra last week to plead for support for their Homelands.

The delegation comprising Rosalie, Kunoth-Monks and her granddaughter Amelia from Alyawarra, David Daniels from Urapunga and Richard Downs from Ampiliwatja were in...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 30 August 2012 13:44

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