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Linda Crombie, Brenda Shields, Sharon Lucas, Hadyn Bromley and Arthur Ah Chee for and on behalf of the native title claimants in Wangkangurru/Yarluyandi

Category: People
Sub Category:Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander | Native Title Claimants (registered) | Party to an Indigenous Land Use Agreement
Location:South Australia, Australia
Summary Information:
- Linda Crombie, Brenda Shields, Sharon Lucas, Hadyn Bromley and Arthur Ah Chee are party to some Indigenous land use agreements for an on behalf of the native title claimants in Wangkangurru/Yarluyandi (SAD6016/98).

Brenda Shields, Sharon Lucas, Hadyn Bromley and Arthur Ah Chee are party to the Wangkangurru/Yarluyandi Petroleum Conjunctive Indigenous Land Use Agreement (SI2011/023). The agreement was registered with the National Native Tribunal on 2 March 2012.

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Agreement
  • Witjira National Park Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) - Signatory
  • Eringa, Eringa No 2, Wangkangurru/Yarluyandi and Irrwanyere Mt Dare Native Title Claim Groups v The State of South Australia [2008] FCA 1370 - Native Title Applicants
  • Wangkangurru/Yarluyandi Petroleum Conjunctive Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) - Signatory
  • Irrwanyere Stevenson Pastoral Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) - Signatory
  • Irrwanyere Macumba Pastoral Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) - Signatory
  • Wangkangurru/Yarluyandi People and Ergon Energy Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) - Signatory

  • References

    General Reference
    National Native Title Tribunal (NNTT) (18 September 2012) Extract from Register of Indigenous Land Use Agreements - Irrwanyere Stevenson Pastoral ILUA
    Resource
    National Native Title Tribunal Claimant application summary - The Wangkangurru/Yarluyandi Native Title Claim

    Glossary

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (Australia) | Party to an Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) (Australia) | Native Title Claimants (registered) (Australia)

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