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mining aboriginal lands - sbs radio

mining aboriginal lands - sbs radio

Some Aboriginal people asserted their right to work and live on their land. In 1852 when asked to show their licenses, a group of Aboriginal diggers at Forest Creek replied to the mounted police that the gold and the land were theirs by right so why should they pay …

old habits die hard: indigenous land rights and mining in

old habits die hard: indigenous land rights and mining in

Mar 01, 2001 · Land has a fundamental social and economic importance to indigenous societies, one that can be disrupted and substantially transformed by mining operations. As the Mirrar have pointed out, the development of mines in the area brings increased presence and pressure by non-Aboriginal cultural practices, institutions, and economic values, entrenching the dominance of non-Aboriginal interests

making mining agreements - central land council

making mining agreements - central land council

Mining on Aboriginal land contributes more than 80 per cent of the Northern Territory’s total mineral value, making Aboriginal land a significant source of income for the Territory. In 2020 approximately one third of Aboriginal land was subject to existing exploration licences, …

a mining company blew up a 46,000-year-old aboriginal site

a mining company blew up a 46,000-year-old aboriginal site

Sep 11, 2020 · Richard Wainwright/AP Mining giant Rio Tinto is parting ways with its chief executive as it tries to quell public anger over the company's destruction of a 46,000-year-old sacred Aboriginal site in

mining industry opposes new laws for aboriginal heritage

mining industry opposes new laws for aboriginal heritage

Aug 12, 2020 · A divide is forming about the way to fix Aboriginal heritage protection in Western Australia, with mining companies saying they can be trusted to …

australia is destroying aboriginal heritage sites for

australia is destroying aboriginal heritage sites for

Jun 03, 2020 · In May, the Yindjibarndi Aboriginal Corporation which represents Aboriginal communities, won exclusive native title rights to land which is mined by Fortescue Metals Group. With legal possession of their land, the Aboriginal communities can now seek compensation for economic and spiritual damage inflicted by the mining corporation – a move that shows legal recognition of Aboriginal claims over …

mining on aboriginal land under the aboriginal land rights

mining on aboriginal land under the aboriginal land rights

Mining on Aboriginal land under the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act in the Northern Territory is subject to additional laws. These laws give traditional Aboriginal owners the right to refuse access to their land and the right to refuse consent to exploration activities on their land. The laws apply at the start of the mining process

australian mining companies are destroying sacred

australian mining companies are destroying sacred

Nov 07, 2020 · In the last 10 years, mining companies have been given legal permission to damage 463 sites. You might be wondering how these mining giants have been able to get Government approval to destroy such sites. It all comes down to section 18 of Western Australia’s Aboriginal Heritage Act which essentially legalizes the destruction of these sites. Rio Tinto applied for and was granted section 18 …

mining on aboriginal freehold land

mining on aboriginal freehold land

Oct 09, 2020 · To mine on Aboriginal freehold land, you must first apply for an exploration licence or permit over that land. Read more on exploration on Aboriginal freehold land. If a commercially viable discovery is made under your exploration licence or permit, you can then apply to mine for petroleum or minerals. See the application processes below

mining industry and the aboriginal culture - global road

mining industry and the aboriginal culture - global road

Jun 01, 2020 · The aboriginal communities have been struggling for generations for land ownership and rights to their cultural lands since the very first settlers from England landed on Australia’s shores. The most recent clash comes after the mining giant Rio Tinto detonated explosives near a culturally significant site dating back more than 46 000 years

bhp reports damage to aboriginal heritage site near

bhp reports damage to aboriginal heritage site near

Feb 23, 2021 · Mining giant BHP are investigating damage to a culturally significant Aboriginal site in Western Australia's iron ore-rich Pilbara region

rio tinto: miner apologizes for blowing up 46,000-year-old

rio tinto: miner apologizes for blowing up 46,000-year-old

Jun 01, 2020 · Mining giant Rio Tinto has apologized after blowing up a 46,000-year-old sacred indigenous site with dynamite to expand an Australian iron ore mine

australia to be sued over mining project's 'unmerciful

australia to be sued over mining project's 'unmerciful

Aug 04, 2019 · Australia to be sued over mining project's 'unmerciful' destruction of Indigenous land This article is more than 1 year old Galarrwuy Yunupingu taking legal action for loss of native title as well

its raining motorcars: mining and the destruction of

its raining motorcars: mining and the destruction of

May 20, 2021 · The Borroloola land claim was one of the first heard in 1977 under the then newly minted act. Over the remainder of their ancestral lands—areas they have never been able to regain ownership of because of legal barriers—they hold exclusive and non-exclusive native title rights through determinations made under the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth). None of this land ownership has empowered them to halt …

mining, minerals and petroleum rights - austrade

mining, minerals and petroleum rights - austrade

The land tenure on Groote Eylandt is Aboriginal freehold, held by a land trust under the terms of the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976 (ALRA). The Anindilyakwa Land Council (ALC) is the statutory representative body for the traditional owners, as required by the ALRA

aboriginal australians lose land rights to coal mine

aboriginal australians lose land rights to coal mine

Sep 02, 2019 · Aboriginal Australians Lose Land Rights to Coal Mine. Read Later. Print. With no public announcement whatsoever, the Queensland government in Australia has done away with a native title of over 1,385 hectares of Wangan and Jagalingou country for the controversial new Adani coal mine. The very first seven-inch single I bought when I was 12 years old was Iron Maiden’s ‘Run to the Hills,’ which …

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