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QSNTS staff are back for another year! Our offices are open from 8:30am to 5pm, Monday to Friday. #HappyNewYear #Its2017
Happy New Year! We look forward to seeing you all when we open on 3 January. #its2017 https://t.co/I1fEzkYz45
QSNTS will be closed from 11am on 16 Dec 2016 & between 20 Dec 2016 to 3 Jan 2017. We wish you a safe break and a… https://t.co/43f6AqI4oh
Authorisation meeting of Mandandanji People to take place on 7 May 2016, more info for attendees here: https://t.co/9L6IDTFIo1
Congratulations to the Birriah People in North Qld, now recognised as Native Title Holders by the Fed Court of Aust https://t.co/z7pN69zM8N
Congratulations to Indigenous leader Pat Dodson, Labor's new WA Senator - https://t.co/z9oD8Ep3vD #indigenous #nativetitle #auspol
Positive article about how native title has benefited the Kokotha People in South Australia - https://t.co/dWDqAF2EAq #nativetitle
RT @AshOMoore: 3 million hectare native title claim to take in 6 local council areas in outback Queensland. @abcwestqld @ABCRural https://t…
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RT @ANUcass: What's the future of native title anthropology? Experts will discuss at joint #ANU & @QSNTS conference starting tmr https://t.…
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Have you seen the new QSNTS website? Learn about native title, QSNTS, and latest news and updates - https://t.co/PJA6QoL7MY
QSNTS offices will be closed for the holiday season from 12pm today until 8:30am on 4 January 2016. Happy holidays, see you next year!
QSNTS celebrates 10 years with big changes - read the December 2015 QSNTS Message Tree newsletter here: https://t.co/7mznYJayMj
Congratulations to the Mithaka People, now recognised Native Title Holders over 33,820km2 in south-west Queensland! https://t.co/tApOsZN008
QSNTS is hiring! We are now seeking a talented Legal Officer to join our expert legal team. More information here: http://t.co/OBVvx4wSmF
QSNTS deplores racism in any form, and practices and promotes respect for all people.
Recent jeering at Sydney Swans' Adam Goodes is disrespectful to him as an Australian, an Adnyamathanha man and a champion of his game.
Was great to see a big turnout at the recent Budjiti People consent determination on 23 June 2015 - congratulations! http://t.co/jFsLx0ey5C
Some great snaps from the Boonthamurra People's native title consent determination on 25 June 2015 - congratulations! http://t.co/zLl9IX1HKV
The Aust Stockman's Hall of Fame has unveiled a new exhibit featuring #Indigenous stockmen + women http://t.co/69ZljSlGeC @abcwestqld
MMG and Mount Isa City Council were among many stakeholders which recently gathered with Traditional Owners to canvas new partnership opportunities and celebrate the opening of new office facilities serving as headquarters for Native Title Holders throughout the Mount Isa region.
AS the Federal Court handed down the Darumbal People Native Title Consent determination yesterday, the weight of the decision was clear in Nyoka Hatfield's face.
A 19-year battle for one of Central Queensland's traditional owners is a step closer to resolution, after the Federal Court of Australia granted Native Title to the Darumbal People at a ceremony in Rockhampton.