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Native Title


Native Title = Native title is the recognition by Australian law that the Aboriginal and Indigenous people who were the Traditional Owners of an area prior to 1788 have ongoing rights and interests in land, seas and waters that derive from their traditional laws and customs

Byron Bay’s Bundjalung people celebrate long-awaited land and sea native title determination – ABC
Always was, always will be – Echo.net

Recommended Viewing
Judgement Day – Four Corners – Liz Jackson reports on the impact of this historic judgement, the reaction it inspired and the inside story of the negotiations to create the law that would pave the way for Native Title. We hear from the power brokers who forced the nation to confront its history, and their critics. Related: The Drum

Native title in Australia


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