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On this #WorldPhotographyDay we pay respect to this incredible image taken by Elaine Syron of our Land Rights legends marching through the streets of Sydney. Do you have a story to tell about this moment in history? #WorldPhotographyDay2019 ... See MoreSee Less

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Wonderful celebrations last night for the 40th Anniversary of the Northern and North Western NSWALC Regions. The #LandRights Network has so much to be proud of.

Please enjoy this selection of photographs from the dinner at Tamworth and feel free to post a few photographs of your own if you attended.
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Community members turned out in their droves for the divestment today of Trelawney Station from the Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation to the Tamworth Local Aboriginal Land Council (TLALC).

TLALC and its Board led the process with the ILSC, supported by its members, the broader community, NSWALC and many other local organisations.

It’s a great asset and TLALC already runs vocational programs and cultural activities, well worth checking out.

Here’s a selection of images from the Official Divestment of Trelawney, feel free to tag, and many thanks to NSWALC staff on the ground for your deadly images!
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Some days it’s all about community and the power of teamwork.

The strength of a common goal was all too evident at Trelawney station near Tamworth today, for the station’s official divestment to Tamworth Local Aboriginal Land Council, from the Indigenous land and Sea Corporation.

Tamworth LALC members and Board, a team from NSWALC, the ILSC and numerous other groups have worked for years to finalise the handover to TLALC.

NSWALC Deputy Chair and Councillor for the Northern Region Charles Lynch was clearly delighted with the outcome.

He’s speaking with Wes Fernando.
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Wonderful news for Tamworth LALC, with today’s divestment of Trelawney Station from the Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation.

The Tamworth LALC Board, CEO Fiona Snape, NSWALC, the ILSC, government agencies and community groups have worked together for many years to finalise the handover.

NSWALC Chair Anne Dennis has congratulated the LALC for its leadership and persistence.

The Chair is speaking at the divestment ceremony with NSWALC’s Northern Zone Director Wes Fernando. Official Divestment of Trelawney #Trelawney #Tamworth
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