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Bandjalang celebrate their Native Title recognition after 17 year wait

Daniel-Wilson-and-Bill-DrewAfter a 17 year long battle the Bandjalang People have celebrated the recognition of their Native Title rights over a number of national parks and State forests in northern New South Wales.

The Federal Court convened a special hearing in the coastal town of Evans Head at which a judgment was delivered by Justice Jane Jagot.

The determination made by the Federal Court...

 

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