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TI-TREE STATION LAND CLAIM. Report no. 24. Report by the Aboriginal Land Commissioner, Mr Justice Maurice, to the Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and to the Administrator of the Northern Territory. epub ebook

by Michael Maurice

TI-TREE STATION LAND CLAIM. Report no. 24. Report by the Aboriginal Land Commissioner, Mr Justice Maurice, to the Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and to the Administrator of the Northern Territory. epub ebook

Author: Michael Maurice
ISBN: 0644051256
ISBN13: 978-0644051255
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The Northern Territory Minister for Aboriginal Affairs is a Minister of the Crown in the Government of the Northern Territory. The minister administers their portfolio through the Department of the Chief Minister. The Minister is responsible for Aboriginal affairs policy and coordination and the Office of Aboriginal Affairs. The current minister is Michael Gunner (Labor). He was sworn in on 12 September 2016 following the Labor victory at the 2016 election.

In December 1976 the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act was passed with historic bipartisan support. It was the first legislation that allowed for Aboriginal people to claim land title if traditional association could be proven

In December 1976 the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act was passed with historic bipartisan support. It was the first legislation that allowed for Aboriginal people to claim land title if traditional association could be proven. Four land councils were established under the Act: the Central Land Council, responsible for the southern half of the Northern Territory.

Her Aboriginal elders in Sydney have been assessing the overgrown bush and extremely dry kindling for some time, warning that a huge fire is coming: "They compared it to a kid with unkempt hair, saying it needs nurturing. But local authorities have forbidden them from cultural burning when they've asked for permission. Where cultural burning is used.

1 THE LAND CLAIM PROCESS 5. The Commissioner’s primary function is to inquire into traditional land claim applications made pursuant to s 50(1)(a) of the Act and to report his findings and recommendations as to the granting of title to claimed land to the Minister and to th. . The Commissioner’s primary function is to inquire into traditional land claim applications made pursuant to s 50(1)(a) of the Act and to report his findings and recommendations as to the granting of title to claimed land to the Minister and to the Administrator of the Northern Territory. 6. The Act commenced on 26 January 1977. A total of 249 land claim applications have since been made. As a result of amendments to the Act made in 1997 and 2006 (notably s 50(2A) and s 67A(6)(a)) no new application has been made since 4 June 1997.

Justice Woodward was appointed as Aboriginal Land Rights Commissioner in February 1973 to inquire into appropriate ways to recognise Aboriginal land rights in the Northern Territory

Justice Woodward was appointed as Aboriginal Land Rights Commissioner in February 1973 to inquire into appropriate ways to recognise Aboriginal land rights in the Northern Territory  . That all Aboriginal reserve lands should be returned to the Aboriginal inhabitants. That Aboriginal Australians had claim to other vacant crown land if they could prove traditional ties with the land. That Aboriginal land and Aboriginal sacred sites were to be protected.

The Northern Territory Police is the police body that has legal jurisdiction over the Northern Territory of Australia. This police service has 1302 gazetted police positions (as at 31 July 2011) made up of 55 senior sergeants, 200 sergeants, 741 constables, 159 auxiliaries, and 84 Aboriginal community police officers. The rest of the positions are members of commissioned rank and 10 inoperative positions (as of 31 July 2011). It also has a civilian staff of 297 across 48 stations.

The Aboriginal Land Rights Commission, also known as the Woodward Royal Commission, existed 1973 to 1974 with the purpose to inquire into appropriate ways to recognise Aboriginal land rights in the Northern Territory of Australia. The Commission was chaired by Justice Edward Woodward, who was appointed to the role by Gough Whitlam.

The Aboriginal Land Rights Commission, also known as the Woodward Royal Commission, existed 1973 to 1974 with the purpose to inquire into appropriate ways to recognise Aboriginal land rights in the Northern Territory. The Aboriginal Land Rights Commission produced two reports. The first report was issued July 1973 and recommended the Australian Government to assist Aboriginal Australians to set up land councils. In August 1973, the Second Whitlam Ministry accepted the findings of the first report and authorised the Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, then Gordon Bryant, to convene the two proposed Aboriginal Land Councils

The right to claim land was introduced in 1983 when the Aboriginal Land . Comparison to Native Title & the Northern Territory Land Rights Act 1976

The right to claim land was introduced in 1983 when the Aboriginal Land Rights Act 1983 became law in NSW. The ALRA recognises the traditional ownership and occupation of the land by Aboriginal peoples and the importance of their connection to land. The purposes of the ALRA are set out in section 3: To provide land rights for Aboriginal persons in New South Wales. To provide for representative Aboriginal Land Councils in New South Wales. To vest land in those Councils. Comparison to Native Title & the Northern Territory Land Rights Act 1976. Land rights legislation in NSW and Native Title legislation are different.

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