SA Government decides not to go ahead with Aboriginal treaties

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19 Jun, 2018

The South Australian Government has scrapped a process to negotiate treaties with the state's Aboriginal nations.

It comes on the same day the Northern Territory pledged to work towards a treaty with its Indigenous peoples.

Premier Steven Marshall said his government was instead in the process of developing a "state-wide plan with a series defined outcomes for Aboriginal people across areas including education, child protection, health and jobs".

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19 Jun, 2018