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Central Land Council to appeal NT Supreme Court water decision
The Central Land Council will appeal a decision by the NT Supreme Court to dismiss a legal challenge to a controversial water li...
Dechlan Brennan 28 Feb 2024
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
Traditional land management techniques centre stage at major fire forum
Traditional Owners from northern Australia have been using fire to care for country for thousands of years. But it's only been i...
Rudi Maxwell 20 Feb 2024
Human rights case launched to protect sacred Doongmabulla Springs
First Nations rights advocate, Adrian Burragubba has launched new litigation aimed at preventing the destruction of the Doongmab...
Giovanni Torre 17 Feb 2024
Traditional Owners alliance backs historic marine protection plan
The South Coast Marine Park Alliance has welcomed the release for public consultation of the South Coast Marine Park draft manag...
Giovanni Torre 16 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 major lead and zinc mine. Traditional Owners from the...

Neve Brissenden Feb 7, 2024
Anangu rangers use AI to sound out toadlet croaked in mystery

Aboriginal rangers are working with scientists to search for a tiny toadlet, which ecologists think might be Australia's newest frog species.  Anangu rangers from the Anangu Pitja...

Rudi Maxwell Jan 4, 2024
Locals rally to boost flood recovery efforts in Wujal Wujal

Almost $20,000 has been raised for Wujal Wujal flood recovery efforts by cultural heritage body Jabalbina.Jabalbina, the registered Cultural Heritage Body for Eastern Kuku Yalanji...

Giovanni Torre Jan 3, 2024
First Nations rangers use fire to care for Country in Victoria

Native wildflowers are growing where there was once only dead grass. Thanks to the work of an Aboriginal ranger group, parts of one of Australia's biggest cities are once again flo...

Eelemarni Close-Brown Dec 27, 2023
Cultural burns help to protect country from bushfires

With bushfires raging across some parts of the nation, Aboriginal land management techniques are showing how to reduce the severity of the damage. While nature doesn't recognise s...

Rudi Maxwell Dec 27, 2023
Yalgiri returns, with a little help from their friends

A small marsupial reintroduced to South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula after being locally-extinct for more than 100 years is now thriving in its new home in Dhilba Guuranda-Innes Nat...

Giovanni Torre Dec 20, 2023
NT chief minister set to resign over shares, Middle Arm hub

Northern Territory Chief Minister Natasha Fyles is expected to resign on Tuesday as pressure mounts on her following revelations she held undisclosed shares in a manganese mine. T...

David Prestipino Dec 19, 2023
Our desert home is changing fast, and we need support from Australians to save it

Few Australians know the Country that I call home. My Country is a place of spinifex, mulga trees, red sand and open skies.   It’s a place that my family has lived for more gener...

Samantha Murray Dec 11, 2023
Northern Land Council commends proposed nature repair law and revised 'Water Trigger'

The Northern Land Council (NLC) has commended the Senate's approval of the Nature Repair Market Bill. Roughly half of the Northern Territory's land and 85 per cent of its coastlin...

Joseph Guenzler Dec 7, 2023
Arnhem Land Traditional Owners petition Federal Parliament to protect the Roper River

Traditional Owners from across the Northern Territory travelled to Canberra on Tuesday to ask for protection of the Roper River from threats posed by new water intensive industries...

Giovanni Torre Nov 29, 2023
Murray-Darling Basin plan to remain afloat under deal

The Albanese government and the Greens announced a deal this week to ensure a multi-billion dollar plan for the Murray-Darling Basin doesn't sink. The $13 billion Murray-Darling B...

Bureaucracy bungle delays World Heritage nomination for Burrup Peninsula

The Burrup Peninsula's possible status as a World Heritage site has been delayed by 12 months after the federal government's submission was deemed invalid.  The region in WA's Pil...

David Prestipino Nov 27, 2023
Kimberley Mineral Sands CEO to depart as Traditional Owners raise land clearing claims

Kimberley Mineral Sands has confirmed their chief executive has been made redundant as Traditional Owners continue to raise concerns about alleged land clearing at one of the minin...

Giovanni Torre Nov 24, 2023
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