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Aboriginal heritage laws and The Voice: Rowan Dean was right

20 July 2023

4:30 AM

20 July 2023

4:30 AM

If you want to know what practical difference The Voice to Parliament is going to have, then you only have to look across to Western Australia and the recently introduced Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Laws. Rather than addressing social disadvantage in remote Aboriginal communities, many feel this is turning into an escalation of money and power.

As this news report indicates, the plan to plant 5,500 shrubs and trees was cancelled when the newly formed Whadjuk Aboriginal Corporation demanded $2.5

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