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      1. Latest

        Regionalisation Strategy: 'Building the Bush'

        Jan 31, 2020

        The NLC's Regionalisation Strategy – ‘Building the Bush’ will help build NLC’s regional capacity to more quickly achieve operational objectives and key organisational goals. These will underpin our future as a sustainable organisation with the ability to meet challenges further into the 21st century whilst embedding our standing as a major grassroots Aboriginal organisation.

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        Meet the NLC's new Full Council

        Dec 18, 2019

        Australia's longest-running Aboriginal newspaper, telling stories from remote Aboriginal lands from across the Northern Territory.

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        Legune Station Native Title holders reach first community development milestone

        Dec 09, 2019

        Native Title holders have been working with the NLC's Community Planning and Development (CP&D) Program to complete an upgrade of their outstation at Marralum on Legune Station.

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        The NLC members back stability and renewal

        Dec 04, 2019

        Delegates to the 121st Full Council meeting of the NLC have voted to return Samuel Bush-Blanasi as Chairman of the NLC, with Calvin Deveraux being elected as Deputy Chair.

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        The NLC reinforces that any examination of Yuendumu shooting be independent and transparent

        Nov 12, 2019

        The Chairman and Members of the NLC extend their deepest sympathies to the family of Kumanjayi Walker at this difficult time.

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        Connecting school students to learn on country

        Oct 11, 2019

        A three-day Learning on Country forum took place in Darwin in September, involving more than 80 school principals, teachers, rangers and ranger coordinators, Learning on Country coordinators and Indigenous cultural advisors.

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