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Traditional Owners critical of $28.8million federal funding for Beetaloo Basin research
Traditional Owners from the Beetaloo Basin have criticised the federal government after it confirmed a probe into whether millio...
David Prestipino 21 Feb 2024
High Court backs Traditional Owners over mine project
Native title holders in the Northern Territory have won a High Court appeal preserving their rights over a development for a maj...
Neve Brissenden 7 Feb 2024
Lowitja O'Donoghue, champion of Aboriginal rights, passes away at 91
Warning: This report contains the name and image of someone who had died.Indigenous rights advocate Lowitja O'Donoghue, who lobb...
Steven Deare 4 Feb 2024
Tributes flow after death of Indigenous pioneer of the Pilbara
Warning: this article contains a link to an earlier report which features the name and image of a person who has since died.A hi...
David Prestipino 1 Feb 2024
First Nations get a bite at lucrative commercial fisheries
Fresh opportunities are on the line for Traditional Owners and Indigenous businesses keen for a bite of Australia's lucrative $3...
David Prestipino 30 Jan 2024
Environmental rule changes also on horizon for critical minerals sector

Impending environmental regulatory changes in the oil and gas industry look set to extend to producers of critical minerals to help them combat a sharp decline in demand and value....

David Prestipino Jan 29, 2024
Native Title expert queries Victorian Opposition claims on cultural heritage laws

Criticism of the Victorian Opposition’s withdrawal the state’s Treaty process has continued, with a native title legal expert labelling Nationals leader Peter Walsh’s commentary on...

Dechlan Brennan Jan 23, 2024
Traditional Owners open path for Goldfields lithium, nickel project

Native title holders in Western Australia's south-east have cleared the path for further exploration at highly-prospective properties in the Lake Johnstone and Fraser Range area in...

David Prestipino Jan 17, 2024
Sustainability underpins WA's plan to boost Indigenous enterprise

Western Australia will take its time handing direct control of more than 20 million hectares of land to remote Indigenous communities to ensure the plan delivers sustainable econom...

David Prestipino Jan 17, 2024
$5.8b Santos gas project gets green light as Aboriginal heritage claims dismissed

The Federal Court has dismissed First Nations cultural heritage claims in relation to the $5.8 billion gas project by Santos off the Northern Territory coast. Federal Court Justic...

David Prestipino Jan 15, 2024
Prominent Native Title body confirms 'malicious' cyber attack

One of Western Australia's most prominent Native Title bodies covering the Pilbara and Geraldton regions has denied covering up a "malicious criminal attack" that resulted in a ser...

David Prestipino Jan 12, 2024
WA's 20 million-hectare plan to boost home ownership in remote Indigenous communities

Western Australia is planning to offer eight per cent of its land for Traditional Owners to control as the push to open up remote Aboriginal communities to individual home ownershi...

David Prestipino Jan 11, 2024
WA miner exports maiden shipment amid cultural heritage controversy

The first shipment of mineral sands from a controversial mine site in Western Australia's Kimberley region has landed in China as the project faces increasing scrutiny over its env...

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