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            Land Rights News Northern Edition April 2019

            Apr 17, 2019

            Australia's longest-running Aboriginal newspaper, telling stories from remote Aboriginal lands from across the Northern Territory.

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            Marion Scrymgour new NLC CEO

            Mar 19, 2019

            ?Tiwi woman Marion Scrymgour has today been announced as the new CEO of the Northern Land Council, the first woman to hold the CEO position at any Northern Territory land council.

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            Compensation awarded in Timber Creek in Australian first

            Apr 17, 2019

            Twenty years after the native title holders of Timber Creek – five estate groups of the Ngarliwurru and Nungali peoples – filed their original native title claim, the High Court of Australia has awarded them compensation for the loss of native title rights over parts of the land within the town area.

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            NLC welcomes new Treaty Commissioner

            Feb 18, 2019

            The Northern Land Council welcomes the appointment of Professor Michael Dodson AM to the role of Northern Territory Treaty Commissioner.

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            Timber Creek Rangers trained in sawfish monitoring

            Dec 19, 2018

            NLC’s Timber Creek rangers and CSIRO have established a sawfish monitoring program on the Victoria River to record population estimates.

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            1970s Aboriginal children’s art offers window into history

            Jan 23, 2019

            A project to reunite children’s drawings from the 1970s with their original Yolngu artists is now underway involving Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre in Yirrkala and the National Museum of Australia.

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