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Date: 13 December 2016
Australia is the only Commonwealth country that does not have a treaty with its Indigenous peoples and interestingly, the states are leading the charge, the ABC's editor of Indigenous affairs says.
Stan Grant said there was still a "big debate" around the question of Indigenous recognition in the constitution but several states have begun working on treaties with their Indigenous communities.
By: Calla Wahlquist
Date: November 14th 2016
Source: The Guardian
Chairman of Glen Innes branch of Aboriginal Land Council says it’s ironic for a non-Indigenous person to describe any claim to land as ‘opportunistic’
The NSW Aboriginal Land Council has criticised the mayor of Glen Innes in the north of the state for describing a land claim application as “opportunistic”.
By: Clayton Utz
Date: September 29th 2016
The draft Land Administration Amendment Bill 2016 will not be introduced to the WA Parliament during this term of government. But proposals for reforms to WA Crown land tenure are likely to be revived following the upcoming State election.
The constitution was passed by the Imperial (British) Parliament and given royal assent by Queen Victoria.
Family Law Act
Volume 1 of 2. Contains Chapters 1–26 (Rr. 1.01–26.31)
Volume 2 of 2. Contains Schedules 1–6, Dictionary and the Notes.