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Federal Election 2016: where did the parties and independents stand on Indigenous rangers?
Indigenous rangers launch Working for Our Country report in Parliament
The Guardian: Indigenous rangers call for expansion of 'world-leading' jobs scheme

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Uunguu Rangers find thriving coral hotspots

The North Kimberley’s Uunguu Rangers are combining science and traditional knowledge to monitor and look after their saltwater country, with a recent survey recording coral hotspots rivalling Ningaloo Reef and the Rowley Shoals.

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New report highlights need for more Indigenous rangers to save our Outback

According to a new report by Country Needs People alliance member, Pew Charitable Trusts, our Outback needs people living on and managing it to keep it healthy, and more Indigenous rangers and Indigenous Protected Areas are key to making that happen. 

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Spinifex Rangers: Keeping the Great Victoria Desert buffel grass-free

Buffel grass, an invasive weed spreading across Central Australia, is one of the worst threats to biodiversity in the Outback, but the work of the Spinifex Rangers is demonstrating how intensive management can stop its spread. 

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Environmental benefits report launched in Parliament

Rangers and representatives from Indigenous organisations around Australia met with the Indigenous Affairs Minister and other politicians in Parliament House to launch a landmark report into the environmental benefits of Indigenous rangers and Indigenous Protected Areas on 30 March.

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