- Northern StarMay 24 01:18 PM
Maroochy River Rowing Club Head Coach Donna Muller, with President Russell Muller with are closing down the club until a dispute with the Indigenous community is sorted.
- BigPond NewsMay 14 10:22 PM
Nigel Scullion says there will be no change to the Aboriginal Land Rights Act in this term of government.
- The Province - BC - VictoriaMay 27 01:38 PM
Courts have provided clarity on First Nation land rights Ravina Bains of the Fraser Institute in her recent opinion piece declared that “everyone deserves clarity on aboriginal title.” But surely we have...
- The Nation - Thailand's English newsMay 01 10:03 AM
Paiboon wants policy for fake land deeds
- AsiaOneApr 30 10:59 PM
An official at the Nakhon Ratchasima Agricultural Land Reform Office (ALRO) has been transferred over an allegation she engaged in the illegitimate issuance of land- rights documents. Porntawee Sutantirat, a surveyor, was ordered to immediately leave her post and report to the Agricultural Land Reform Office in Bangkok. Porntawee yesterday said she would pass on her tasks in Nakhon Ratchasima to...
- The Nation - Thailand's English newsApr 30 10:03 AM
AN OFFICIAL at the Nakhon Ratchasima Agricultural Land Reform Office (ALRO) has been transferred over an allegation she engaged in the illegitimate issuance of land-rights documents.
- The Brantford ExpositorMay 24 04:13 PM
A Six Nations woman who spoke out about native land rights and the protection of the environment has died.
- The Nation - Thailand's English newsMay 13 10:13 AM
THE CENTRE for National Anti-Corruption (CNAC) will propose the cancellation of land distribution in Nakhon Ratchasima's Lam Takhong settlement area after a group of civil servants reportedly applied for land there.
- The Business Times SingaporeMay 11 01:04 AM
[JAKARTA] A palm oil industry body has ordered a unit of one of the world's major producers to stop buying or developing new plantations in Indonesia, in a dispute seen as a test case on expansion by agribusiness firms versus local land rights.
- Winnipeg Free PressMay 07 03:02 PM
A question over land rights and Manitoba Hydro's Bipole III transmission line got sidetracked in the Manitoba legislature today. Midland PC MLA Blaine Pedersen was attacking Hydro's process of land acquisition for the 1,384 kilometre line when he accused the Crown corporation of land
- related to "land rights"