Improved Relations between Local Government Councils and Local Aboriginal Land Councils Crucial for Progress

30th September 2019 By Katherine Everest Aboriginal community members and organisations across Central West NSW have called for an increase in consultation between local government councils, and Aboriginal organisations and community members living and operating within their council regions, after a considerable lack of consultative efforts by councils was found across the region. The hope…

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Aboriginal Community Members and Groups Call for Greater Consultation from Local Government Councils in Central West NSW

30th September 2020 By Katherine Everest According to NSW State Government Office for Local Government, in 2017 the number of elected councillors who identified as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander decreased from 27 councillors in 2012 to 24 councillors in 2017, despite an increase in Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander candidate numbers from 103 to…

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What Could Growing Chinese Investment In Australian Universities Mean For Our Higher Education?

18th March 2019 By Katherine Everest China’s position within Australia’s domestic policy is currently a hot topic. One that has far reaching implications for the future of our society. One implication of China’s growing influence in the region is the potential effect it could have on Australia’s higher education system. As China continues to play…

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