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Indigenous groups mount fresh legal challenge to coal mine

Indigenous landholders will mount a fresh Federal Court challenge to the development in Queensland's Galilee Basin of Australia's largest coal mine. Representatives for the Wangan and Jagalingou (people have lodged an appeal against a Native Title ... Canberra Times, 5 hours ago
Indigenous groups mount fresh challenge to mine Sydney Morning Herald, 4 hours ago
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Bernardi warns a 'divisive' Indigenous referendum 'doomed to fail'

A small but powerful conservative strand within the Federal Government is actively speaking out against a referendum to recognise Indigenous Australians in the constitution. Prime Minister Tony Abbott has committed to hold the referendum vote and ...
 ABC Online1 week ago WA elders concerned government may 'forget' rights on referendum anniversary  Northern Territory Government1 day ago Bernardi wants no campaign for referendum  World News Australia1 week ago
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Indigenous farm leaders not behind kidnappings in southern Mexico, police say

The head of Mexico's Federal Police said Friday that leaders of nearby indigenous farming communities who were involved in the May 9 armed seizure of the southern town of Chilapa were not directly involved in the kidnappings of a group of local ...
 Fox News Latino6 days ago

Queensland Parliament endorses Joanna Lindgren as senator

Joanna Lindgren, the great-niece of the the first federal indigenous parliamentarian Neville Bonner is Qld's new senator. The Queensland Parliament has signed off on the state's new senator, Joanna Lindgren, paving her way to follow in her ...
 Inverell Times1 week ago Parliament endorses Lindgren as Senator  NEWS.com.au1 week ago Parliament endorses Senator Lindgren  Sydney Morning Herald6 days ago
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Program fosters indigenous success stories

Justice Minister Michael Keenan and Australian Federal Police Commissioner Andrew Colvin have launched an International Missing Children's Day campaign in Sydney this morning. If you have any information on any of the cases in this gallery and to ...
 Nine MSN1 week ago

Protest rally against power companies

KOKRAJHAR, May 1 - The Federation of Indigenous and Tribal People for Public Resistance to High Voltage Transmission Lines and for Safeguarding Human Life, Environment, Social-Economic and Land Rights staged a mass protest rally at Titaguri here on Thursday ...
 The Assam Tribune3 weeks ago

Qld govt wants to keep communities open

Queensland Treasurer Curtis Pitt is committed to keeping indigenous communities viable despite federal funding cuts. Mr Pitt met the indigenous leaders on Palm Island on Thursday to discuss their needs and ways to make up for funding cuts in the ...
 9News.com.au14 hours ago Qld govt backs indigenous communities (AAP)  Yahoo! News Australia20 hours ago

Edible oil sector: FBR urged to investigate tax evasion

May 28, 2015 The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) needs to investigate tax evasion by edible oil sector involved in production of ghee/cooking oil from edible oil both imported, locally produced after extraction from imported oil seeds and ...
 Business Recorder20 hours ago Automobile sector: FBR reviewing structure of duties, taxes  Business Recorder1 day ago

Hopis seek federal help to stop katsina auctions

Hopi Chairman Herman Honanie on Wednesday called for the Justice Department and more Hopi Chairman Herman Honanie on Wednesday called for the Justice Department and other federal agencies to take whatever actions they can to block planned auctions ...
 AZCentral.com19 hours ago

Park plan for CSIRO site

BAYSIDE Council has moved to protect a large parcel of land in Highett from development. The 9.28ha parcel of Federal Government-owned land, bordered by Graham Rd and Middleton St, is expected to be sold for development by the end of the year. At ...
 Herald Sun17 hours ago
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