Posted: February 20th, 2013
Filed under: Alternative Settlement, AusAID, Australia-Africa Partnerships Facility, Badimia, Beverley Ladyman, Iron Ore Holdings, Kuruma Marthudunera, Lake Moore, Montezuma, Ngarlawangga, NNTT, Nyiyaparli, YMAC News
The latest issue of YMAC News is now available for download.
It is full of stories about some of the accomplishments in our regions over the last few months. Agreements have been made between the Ngarlawangga people and Montezuma Mining Company Ltd, and the Kurama and Marthudunera people and Iron Ore Holdings Ltd, that are both notable for different reasons.
You can read about the Geraldton native title groups coming together to work towards an Alternative Settlement, and a meeting between Pilbara indigenous women and African women in mining.
We have several new members of our Yamatji Regional Committee and the Board of Directors, and we profile one of them, Beverley Ladyman.
The Badimia people won a battle in the National Native Title Tribunal to help protect one of their most sacred sites, and the Nyiyaparli people have discovered a site that was occupied 41,000 year ago while out on a heritage survey for a mining company.
We also answer one of our most frequently asked question, ‘Why does native title take so long?’
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We hope you enjoy this issue of YMAC News.