South Australia's new native title legislation: certainty for whom?

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    Indigenous South Australians are 'hurt and angry following the passage of the
    Validation and Confirmation Bill [Native Title - South Australia - Amendment Bill 1999] which extinguished some native title rights in some parts of the state', said Parry Agius (Manager of South Australia's Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement's Native Title Unit) in a recent media release. The Congress of Native Title Management Committees have passed no confidence motions in Premier John Olsen and his Liberal government (with particular reference to John Meier, Graham Gunn and Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Dorothy Kotz) as well as expressing
    their anger at the actions and words of Independent member Peter Lewis and
    Terry Cameron of the recently formed SA First Party.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)46-46
    Number of pages1
    JournalAlternative Law Journal
    Issue number1
    Publication statusPublished - Feb 2001


    • Native title rights
    • Crown land
    • Aboriginal community


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