Martu’s Ernie Ifould calls for Royal Commission
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A former member and adviser to the Western Desert Puntukurnuparna Aboriginal Corporation which is at the centre of revelations involving a mining agreement with the Martu People of Western Australia has joined the call for a Royal Commission into Native Title agreement and claimed millions of dollars which should have been paid to the Martu People was siphoned off to pay people and organisations not...
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