Clock is ticking for landmark title claim

June 13, 2018

Lawyers challenging Australia’s biggest Native Title settlement say the passing of time has become a “live issue” as the National Native Title Tribunal prepares to hand down a decision on the controversial $1.3 billion deal […]

KLC says ‘start again’ with Heritage Act

May 30, 2018

The Kimberley Land Council in Western Australia’s north has called for a complete overhaul of the state’s Aboriginal Heritage Act as a government review of the legislation begins in the region. KLC acting chief executive […]

26-year wait pays off for Robe River

May 2, 2018

The Robe River Kuruma community in Western Australia’s Pilbara is celebrating its second Native Title determination after a federal court hearing at Pannawonica Hill in Robe River last week. It follows the community’s first Native […]

Multiple bids for SA salt lake fall over

March 21, 2018

Three Aboriginal groups have failed in competing claims over Australia’s second biggest salt lake, the 250km Lake Torrens in central South Australia. The Full Court of the Federal Court this month dismissed separate appeals by […]

‘Administrative chaos’ risks sacred site

February 21, 2018

An ancient valley in a region of Australia found to hold secrets of Aboriginal occupation dating back to the Ice Age is at risk of being destroyed by a rail line planned by billionaire Andrew […]

Native Title win may set new precedent

December 20, 2017

Traditional owners of the Mount Jowlaenga area in Western Australia’s Kimberley have won a landmark court battle with miner Sheffield Resources over one of the biggest mineral sands deposits to be discovered in three decades. […]

It’s back to the Native Title drawing board

November 1, 2017

It’s ‘groundhog day’ as Australia’s biggest Native Title settlement is placed back before the National Native Title Tribunal, this time by Western Australia’s new Labor government. The NNTT is accepting objections to the controversial $1.3 […]

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