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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Jangga agreement paves way for future

The Jangga People and three north Queensland regional councils have signed an Indigenous land use agreement (ILUA) that protects Aboriginal cultural heritage and sets out how councils will provide services and develop infrastructure in the agreement area.

The ILUA, which was registered by the National Native Title Tribunal on 11 February, is over about 20,700sq km of land surrounding Mt Coolon and clarifies how native title rights and interests will coexist with local government interests.

(adapted from media release National Native Title Tribunal)

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Last updated: 26 July 2010
 
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