2 edition of Aborigines and mining royalties in the Northern Territory found in the catalog.
Aborigines and mining royalties in the Northern Territory
Jon C. Altman
by Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, Sold and distributed in North and South America by Humanities Press in Canberra, Atlantic Highlands, N.J
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 159-164.
|Series||AIAS new series ;, no. 45|
|LC Classifications||GN667.N6 A43 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 164 p. :|
|Number of Pages||164|
|LC Control Number||84127713|
Altman, J. (). Aborigines and mining royalties in the Northern ra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies. Google Scholar. In the Northern Territory there are now no laws which discriminate against aborigines; they are equal at law with all other Northern Territory residents though some special benefits have been retained to them such as special rights to reserved lands, including royalties arising from those lands and the right everywhere to take natural game and.
The number of people with a rare genetic disease is growing throughout Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory and advocates are concerned changes to . The Government announced an intention to allow the Yirrkala people to receive a small royalty from the bauxite mining on their country, allow a weak form of Aboriginal leasehold over some reserve areas in the Northern Territory and to acquire some pastoral lease land in the Northern Territory, such as at Daguragu (Wattie Creek) for Aboriginal.
The original natives of Australia descended from groups that existed that country for the years ago. At the time of initial European settlement over years ago, over languages were spoken by the Aborigines. It is estimated today languages still exist and remain in use. Ab years ago, a volcanic eruption from Indonesia spread around the world including the. BLACKFELLA BOSS: A Study of a Northern Territory Cattle Station1 and a subsequent agreement on mining royalties, has given some sections of the Aboriginal population considerable No responsibility4 and little training in mechanical work, book work or planning was available. On the contrary, Stevens () found that such skills were most.
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Get this from a library. Aborigines and mining royalties in the Northern Territory. [Jon C Altman] -- Reviews history of Mining Ordinances since ; mining on Groote Eylandt, Gove Peninsula; working of the Aborigines Benefit Trust Fund; passing of Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act.
Aborigines and mining royalties in the Northern Territory / J.C. Altman Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies ; Sold and distributed in North and South America by Humanities Press Canberra: Atlantic Highlands, N.J Australian/Harvard Citation.
Altman. Aborigines, Australian -- Northern Territory -- Mines and mining. Nhulunbuy / Gove (East Arnhem Land NT SD) Groote Eylandt (NT Gulf Islands SD, SD) Aborigines and mining royalties in the Northern Territory / J.C. Altman. Making agreements on Aboriginal land: Mining and development.
Mining on Aboriginal land contributes more than a billion dollars a year to the Northern Territory economy and accounts for 80 percent of the Territory’s income derived from mining. Get this Aborigines and mining royalties in the Northern Territory book a library.
Wik, mining, and Aborigines. [Paul Kauffman] -- "Australia's mining industry is an important part of the economy. It contributes more than $36 billion to Australia's export earnings - more than 60 per cent of our commodity exports."--BOOK JACKET.
Firstly, the Northern Territory Mining (Gove Peninsula Nabalco Agreement) Ordinance of (Gove Agreement) provides for regular reviews of royalties paid by the operators.
The next review is due in. Aborigines and mining royalties in the Northern Territory / J.C. Altman; An evaluation of the Northern Territory of Australia draft Mineral Royalty Bill / D.C.L. Nellor [et at.] Green paper on mining royalty policy for the Northern Territory, February / Department of Mines and.
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to mining royalties may not be as clear-cut as under the Northern Territory Land Rights Act, but the Cape York Land Council and other key negotiating groups have been astutely stitching together some deals which see mining companies now working closely with Aborigines, and governments resisting the pace of negotiation and change.
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formalised the pa ying of mining royalties to In digenous land own ers, to the newly formed Lan d Councils, and to th e Northern T erritory community more broadly.
Even as an early career academic I was involved in providing public policy advice especially from when I was appointed as an early career academic to chair a review of the Aboriginals Benefit Trust Account after recommending such a review on a book Aborigines and Mining Royalties in.
In the Federal Government issued the commonly known as `Aboriginal country Rights act ′, which concerned the Northern Territory. In the 80's the resistance increased within the state government and in particular in the mining companies in relation to the demands of the Aborigines.
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