Land Rights

The Guardian • Land Rights

Children playing with turtles Tiputini River, Ecuador. Issue #2101

Australian companies exploit Ecuador’s Indigenous Lands

By 2022 Australian companies produced 40 per cent of the world’s metal resources, including South America’s. Between 2016 and 2017 Ecuador opened up a third...

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Issue #1977

Green ban lifted on Sydney heritage site

Despite a four-year campaign, Willow Grove and St George’s Terrace will be removed in accordance with the NSW state government’s plan to build the new Powerhouse Museum on the land.

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Issue #2038

DINGO

As the Albanese government pours billions of dollars of taxpayers’ money into fuelling the war in Ukraine it is offering the fossil fuel miners $500...

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Burrup Rock art Issue #2056

Burrup desecration

Could the destruction of priceless 40,000-year-old art work in the great land of Australia ever happen today? The deliberately planned Juukun cave explosion of 2020...

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Issue #2010

DINGO

On 3rd June 1992 the High Court of Australia recognised that a group of Torres Strait Islanders, led by Eddie Mabo, held ownership of Mer...

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Invasion Day Melbourne. Woman holding a CPA Issue #2101

Sorry Day

Sunday 26 May 2024 marks seven years since the Uluru Statement from the Heart was issued by First Nations Peoples “from all points of the...

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Issue #2039

Invasion Day rallies demand “Treaty before Voice”

As many as 100,000 people took to the streets with rallies and marches in every state and territory on Invasion Day, 26th January. Protestors held...

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Issue #2042

Talking About Land Rights

To sustain life people have to produce food, clothing, shelter and other necessities. The process of production takes place within the interaction between human society...

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First Nations man with didgeridoo. Issue #2079

“A shared future of justice”

STOLEN GENERATIONS The laws resulting in Aboriginal children being removed from their families traumatised many generations. The children were not only isolated from their families...

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Issue #2040

DINGO

“Exhausted,” “struggling to cope,” “let down,” “dangerous,” and “overwhelmed” is how nurses have described working conditions at the prestigious St Vincent’s Private Hospital in Darlinghurst...

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Issue #2091

Save our Songlines

Mardudhunera woman, Federal Court victor and former Chair of the Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation, Raelene Cooper, has released her submission to the Federal government’s Offshore Petroleum...

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Burrup rock art. Issue #2050

“No empathy, no morals”

The following is a statement from Murujuga traditional custodians responding to the announcement today (25th April) that Perdaman will begin the immediate removal of sacred...

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Stop fracking rally. Issue #2063

Mega-fracker now on site

Water is life. But right now, Tamboran Resources is on the fast track to frack the Northern Territory, and water is at risk of being...

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CPA supports a Issue #2073

I’ve seen so much history

I was just 17 when the ’67 referendum gave us the right to exist and to be counted in the place we’d always called home....

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Map of Timber Creek and the military base in the Northern Territory. Issue #2091

Timber Creek Propaganda

Timber Creek is little more than a pit stop in the Northern Territory. It is in the spotlight because it is next to Bradshaw, a...

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