Article – Aboriginals Mustering Forces

5 July 2014
Brad Thompson
The West Australian
Overseas and Australian entities are lining up to invest in under-performing Aboriginal-controlled cattle stations in the Kimberley, according to the man behind an ambitious plan to run them as a vast co-operative.
Interest in the project went up a notch this week when mining billionaire Gina Rinehart took a 50% share in two privately-owned stations on the Fitzroy River surrounded by Aboriginal properties.
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Courtesy of the West Australian

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