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The Federal Court of Australia today recognised the Combined Gunggandji People’s Native Title rights and interests over approximately 7,528 hectares of land at Yarrabah in Far North Queensland. The determination is the result of claims first lodged by the Gurubana Gunggandji and Les Murgha and Vincent Schrieber (Gungandji People) in 1994 and 1995 respectively.

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Lake Condah, in Victoria's south-west, will be officially handed back to an Aboriginal group on Sunday.

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30 Mar, 2007

"It's important for people all over Australia and in particularly the southern states to show we still have our relationships to the land have survived the last 200 years and survived in such a unique cultural shape that you can't determine against it.

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8 Mar, 2018

After eleven years of struggle, the Gunditjmara people have today been recognised as the native title holders for far South West Victoria following an agreement between the State, the Gunditjmara people and 99 other parties.

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2 Apr, 2007

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner Tom Calma, today congratulated the Gunditjmara people of western Victoria for securing recognition of their native title rights and interests.

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17 Jul, 2006

"That country was given to them from elders beforehand and we was specifically told to look after that country because of all the sites that surround Timber, some of those sites are so important to us that we have to look after it," he said

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23 Oct, 2010

GIPPSLAND'S Gunaikurnai Aboriginal people have been granted native title over land stretching from Warragul to the Snowy River - more than a decade after their claim was launched.

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8 Mar, 2018

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