Article – COAG puts focus on land rights to get Territory moving on jobs

11 October 2014 Sid Maher The Australian NORTHERN Territory indigenous land rights legislation will be reviewed in Tony Abbott’s northern Australia white paper after a meeting of state and national leaders was […]

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Article – WA Aboriginal communities propose joint venture to secure stake in fish farm project

11 October 2014 Sean Murphy ABC News Three Aboriginal communities in the far north of Western Australia are hoping to become major players in a new aquaculture industry, but may face competition […]

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Article – APPEA report urges labour market reform

18 August 2014 Amos Aikman The Australian GREATER numbers of fly-in fly-out workers and easier access to global labour markets will be crucial aids to capturing up to $180 billion worth of […]

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Article – Rio Tinto-funded training centre to help Aboriginal miners, Gumatj Corporation says

2 August 2014 James Dunlevie ABC News A new Rio Tinto-funded training centre aimed at supporting the creation of a mining venture operated by Aboriginal people in Arnhem Land has been announced. […]

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Article – NT nuclear waste dump could 'close the gap' for Aboriginal people: Bob Hawke

3 August 2014 ABC News The storage of nuclear waste in the Northern Territory would help “close the gap” for Aboriginal people, creating financial opportunities, former Prime Minister Bob Hawke says. And […]

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Article – Martu people welcome uranium development at Kintyre mine in East Pilbara

29 July 2014 Ebonnie Spriggs and Lucie Bell ABC News Representatives of traditional owners in the East Pilbara have welcomed environmental approval for a proposed uranium mine and condemned a bid by […]

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Article – Lessons from the Kimberley on developing Northern Australia

31 July 2014 Jessica McLean The Conversation “We are very happy to have got this far. We have had our disagreements but we have managed to work through them and now we […]

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Book Release – Beyond the North-South Culture Wars

21 July 2014 A new book, Beyond the North–South Culture Wars: Reconciling Northern Australia’s Recent Past With Its Future by Allan Dale, explores the conflicts which exist between northern and southern Australia. […]

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Article – Broadband spreads wider in NT

4 July 2014 Neda Vanovac The Australian THE time for message sticks is over, says the mayor of a remote Northern Territory Aboriginal community now plugged into the wider community via a […]

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Article – Tourism Slides from Rocks to a Hard Place

5 July 2014 Amos Aikman The Australian SOME of Australia’s best natural assets are going to waste, with tourism numbers dwindling across the Northern Territory amid concern high costs, tired infrastructure and […]

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