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The Wik case

The Wik case

issues and implications

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Published by Butterworths, Michie in Sydney, Charlottesville, Va .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia.
    • Subjects:
    • Native title (Australia),
    • Land tenure -- Law and legislation -- Australia.,
    • Pasture, Right of -- Australia.,
    • Wik-Munkan (Australian people) -- Claims.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementedited by Graham Hiley.
      ContributionsHiley, Graham.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKU716.7 .W55 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 296 p. ;
      Number of Pages296
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL760704M
      ISBN 100409313874
      LC Control Number97157530

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      Venn, Tyron J. (). Potential markets for logs and sawn timber from Darwin stringybark forests of Cape York : J. Suh, D. B. Smorfitt, S. R. Harrison and J. L. Herbohn, Marketing of farm-grown timber in tropical North Queensland: conference proceedings, 18 June Marketing of Farm-Grown Timber in Tropical North Queensland, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia But she also noted that Wik and Wik Way elders “fought and died” for recognition of land rights through Mabo, the Wik case and the Aboriginal Land Act, and warned that Glencore was in for a ://


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The Wik case: Issues and implications [Hiley, Graham] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Wik case: Issues and implications   The Wik C'ase: Lss~res arid Implicatiorls is a commentary on Wik, as well as containing the complete text of the High Court's decision. The decision is reprinted in the book exactly as it appears in the Australian Law Reports with the pages numbered as in those reports, and as such is a conveniently packaged copy of the   Book Review - The Wik Case: Issues and Implications.

Graham Hiley (ed) Butterworths, Sydney ISBN 0 4. Reviewed by Garth Nettheim. This book comprises the full text of Wik Peoples v State of Queensland & Ors (() ALRnow reported in () CLR 1). The text is The Wik case book by a sixty-two page collection of   Wik: Coexistence, pastoral leases, mining, nati vetitle and the ten point plan In The Wik Peoples v The State of Queensland & Ors; The Thayorre People v The State of Queensland & Ors [] HCA 40 ('Wik'), the High Court held that native title rights could   The Wik case: Issues and implications by Hiley, Graham at - ISBN - ISBN - Butterworths - - Softcover   The Wik Case is reproduced in this book as it appeared in () ALR (Wik Peoples v State of Queensland and Others (B8 of ), Thayorre People v state of Queensland and Others (B9 of )).Commentary on various aspects and perspectives of the Wik Case are provided by a number of contributors, all except one, were involved in the   The Wik Decision and After Page 1 1.

INTRODUCTION On 23 December The Wik case book majority in the High Court held that Queensland pastoral leases under consideration in the Wik case did not confer exclusive possession upon the lessees.

1 The Court ruled   A powerful insight into the High Court decision to grant co-existence rights to the Wik Peoples of Cape York, and the dramatic political and cultural fallout that followed.

Wik vs Wik people and the Thayorre People claim to be the holders of native title over certain parts of Qld, including the Holroyd River Holding and the Mitchellton Pastoral Leases.

In andpastoral leases had been granted by the Crown to non-Aboriginal lessees over Mitchellton Pastoral Leases under The Land Act (Cth) - inthe ‘A tectonic shift in justice’: how the Wik people fought the law and won More than two decades after the historic granting of native title, a documentary looks back at the battle and the backlash COVID Resources.

Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus Some Wik and Wik-way people live in Aurukun, perhaps `Mungkan side' Wik people reside in Pormpuraaw (Edward River), and smaller numbers are located in centres such as Merapah station, Coen, and Napranum, near Weipa.

There are also Wik individuals living in other settlements and towns throughout far north WIK VS QUEENSLAND is a detailed and engaging account of the lead-up and aftermath of the historic High Court decision in It is primarily presented through a series of interviews with notable Aboriginal leaders of the time, including Noel Pearson, Marcia Langton AM, Senator Pat Dodson, Frankie Deemal and Peter :// 'Wik v Queensland', directed by Dean Gibson, goes to the heart of Australia's problem in coming to terms with its First People, for, no sooner than the Highest judges in the land have comprehensively brought the Mabo Case over the water to mainland Australia and established that Terra Nullius was always a fiction than the conservative forces of Get this from a library.

Mabo, Wik & native title. [Peter Butt; Robert D Eagleson] -- Second edition annotated at B B/M2; third edition includes chapters on the High Court's decision in the Wik case in December and on the government's response to the Wik decision - the ten The Wik case: issues and implications / edited by Graham Hiley Butterworths Sydney Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be :// This case was taken to court by Torres Strait Islander plaintiff Eddie Mabo.

This ruling led to the passing of Native Title Act under the Howard Government in the mid 90's. The Wik Decision was Wik Inangan Kan-Kanam is a translation of the New Testament into the Wik­ Mungkan language. This translation was prepared by several Wik­ Mungkan speakers and writers in partnership with members of the Wycliffe Bible Translators living at ://   Book review Wik, Mining and Aborigines.

by Paul Kauffman. Allen and Unwin, pp RRP $ Reviewed by David Ritter. Australia now has an institutional history of negotiations between mining and petroleum interests and indigenous people for the use of their traditional Native Title Act, ) and court rulings (Wik and Mabo) AIATSIS, Native Title Research Unit.

AnTAR, Native Title and Land Rights. Federal Court of Australia. Native Title Infobase. Database with indexed articles, books and book chapters related to Native Title. Some available online. Human Rights Commission. Native Title Reports. Annual.

Read this book on Questia. This work traces the debate generated by the High Court's Wik decision. It shows how the Australian government's original native title legislation needed to change to benefit the major interest :// //the-wik-debate-its-impact-on-aborigines-pastoralists.

A book is a medium for recording information in the form of writing or images, typically composed of many pages (made of papyrus, parchment, vellum, or paper) bound together and protected by a cover. The technical term for this physical arrangement is codex (plural, codices).In the history of hand-held physical supports for extended written compositions or records, the codex replaces its The Senate and Wik.

Parliament resumes sitting this week, so the government's Wik bill, the point plan to undermine and destroy native title rights, will shortly again be before the Senate. The Senate's expected insistence on amending the bill is being talked up by the government as the trigger for a double dissolution ://