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The Guardian: Indigenous rangers call for expansion of 'world-leading' jobs scheme

From The Guardian, Helen Davidson, 7 May 2015.

Representatives of 15 regions across Australia urge government to ‘commit to approaches we know can work and which value traditional owners’ strengths’


The Australian: Positives in the remote desert

From The Australian, Fred Chaney, 23 March 2015.

It is unfortunate that the current debate about the closure of remote Aboriginal communities has focused more on the cost of the communities than on their potential. There are some good news stories and there is a risk that, at a time of major administrative re­organisation and policy change, we will lose the good along with the bad.


ABC: Traditional owners, scientists and cat gizzards key to protecting 4.2 million hectares under Kiwirrkurra Indigenous Protected Area agreement

From ABC News, Kate Wild, Updated 8 Jan 2015.

Rachel Paltridge is bent over the innards of a feral cat under the midday sun of the Great Sandy Desert in Western Australia.

Peering around her shoulders are Josephine Nangala and Nolia Napangarti, Pintubi traditional owners who caught the cat and have kept its stomach in the freezer so Ms Paltridge can study what it has been eating.


ABC Rural: Indigenous Protected Area status granted to the Kiwirrkurra community in the remote Central Desert

From ABC Rural, Lucie Bell, Updated 12 Sep 2014.

More than four million hectares of land in remote Western Australia has been declared as the country's 61st Indigenous Protected Area (IPA) this week.

The agreement, between the Kiwirrkurra community in the Gibson Desert and the Federal Government, will provide funding for the ongoing care of country, using both traditional and modern methods.