Saturday, November 9, 2019
Indigenous People Marching With Flag

‘Securing native title gives people authority’ – the Kimberley set to be 93.5% determined

For the first time, Western Australia’s Kimberley region will see multiple native title claims determined on country within three days. By the end of the...

Pilbara native title group buckles under financial and governance issues

A WA native title body corporate has been put into special administration by the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations, Selwyn Button. In February, Yinhawangka Aboriginal Corporation...

‘Many sticks bundled together are hard to break’

The Thiin-Mah Warriyangka Tharrkari Jiwarli people have had their native title status formally recognised by the Federal Court. Submitted in 2016, the combined claim covers...

Traditional Owners celebrate Pine Creek native title win

After a 20-year wait, Traditional Owners of the town of Pine Creek in the Northern Territory have finally been recognised as native title holders...

Goolarabooloo fail in native title appeal

The Goolarabooloo people who opposed Woodside Petroleum’s now-abandoned $45 billion plan for a gas hub at James Price Point near Broome in Western Australia...

20-years in the making, the Gascoyne’s Malgana people celebrate native title

The Malgana people have been granted native title over about 28,800 square kilometres of land and waters around the World Heritage listed Shark Bay...

Mirrar people secure native title success

A decade long struggle by the Mirrar people in the Northern Territory for ownership and control of their land in the World Heritage listed...

Victorian TOs welcome state’s biggest ever native title settlement

Taungurung Traditional Owners in Victoria have secured the biggest native title settlement in the state’s history in a deal worth nearly $34 million. They are...

Tanami native title determination one of the quickest yet

The Lappi Lappi and Ngulupi peoples’ native title over 6,072 square kilometres of land and waters in the western Tanami Desert in Western Australia...

Green light for $1.3 billion Noongar native title settlement

A landmark $1.3 billion native title settlement with Western Australia’s Noongar people — the biggest in Australian history — was today given the green...

After 20-years, native title granted to WA’s Nyiyaparli people

The Nyiyaparli people in Western Australia’s north have been granted native title over 40,000 square kilometres of traditional country that includes the town of...
Victoria's Treaty Advancement Commissioner Jill Gallagher addresses a community forum at the Wauthaurong Aboriginal Community Co-op in Geelong.

Key land rights organisation celebrates 40th birthday Kimberley-style

In 1978 Aboriginal people faced off against a convoy of police and miners to protect their sacred land at Nookanbah in Western Australia’s far...