Entries by Wangan Jagalingou

CORRECTION: QLD Resources Council Lies re Carmichael Court Decision

MEDIA STATEMENT  19 August 2016    CORRECTION: QLD RESOURCES COUNCIL LIES RE CARMICHAEL COURT CHALLENGE Senior Traditional Owner and spokesperson for the Wangan and Jagalingou (W&J) family council, Mr Adrian Burragubba, today criticised the head of the Queensland Resources Council for blatantly lying about Mr Burragubba’s legal representation, and questioning of W&J’s independence, to suit […]

Adani court decision: Traditional Owners say fight to stop QLD’s Carmichael mine continues

MEDIA RELEASE  19 August 2016  |   Court decision: Traditional Owners say govt acted shamefully, fight to stop Adani’s Carmichael mine continues Defence of rights and country still has a long way to run Senior Traditional Owner and spokesperson for the Wangan and Jagalingou (W&J) traditional owners family council, Mr Adrian Burragubba, says he is […]

Q&A Correction: To the ‘Minister for Adani’ — Matthew Canavan — “No Still Means No”

On ABC’s Q&A last night, National Party Senator, Matthew Canavan – the ‘Minister for Adani’ – made a vague reference to “native title” groups’ near unanimous support for the proposed Carmichael mine. He complained that the media doesn’t cover such supposed ‘good news’, as though his Government’s interests are not constantly boosted in the press. […]

Media release // Traditional Owners take legal action on Adani’s Carmichael leases; release letter from QLD Mines Minister Lynham saying no intention to issue leases until Federal Court challenge resolved

MEDIA RELEASE  13 APRIL 2016  |   Traditional Owners take legal action on Adani’s Carmichael leases; release letter from QLD Mines Minister Lynham saying no intention to issue leases until Federal Court challenge resolved Wangan and Jagalingou (W&J) representatives today filed an interlocutory application in the Federal Court of Australia challenging the leases that have been […]

MEDIA RELEASE // QLD Mines Minister Lynham’s Adani mine approval shows gutless and morally bankrupt approach of Government to Traditional Owners’ rights

MEDIA RELEASE  3 APRIL 2016 QLD Mines Minister Lynham’s Adani mine approval shows gutless and morally bankrupt approach of Government to Traditional Owners’ rights Minister prefers Adani’s misleading and inflated jobs figures to respect for the law and human rights, say Wangan and Jagalingou people The Wangan and Jagalingou (W&J) people today responded to the […]

Authorisation meeting of the Wangan and Jagalingou People on the 19th March 2016 in Brisbane

From the Authorisation meeting of the Wangan and Jagalingou People on the 19th March 2016 in Brisbane Resolution #9 – Adani Carmichael Project The chairperson read out the following resolution: “This meeting notes that a proposed ILUA with Adani for its Carmichael Project has been rejected at claim group meetings on two prior occasions, the […]

‘Three strikes you’re out’ – Traditional Owners reject Adani Carmichael mine for a third time

‘Three strikes you’re out’ – Traditional Owners reject Adani Carmichael mine for a third time QLD Mines Minister Anthony Lynham must now step up and rule out issuing of mining leases In a landmark moment of self-determination and a major blow to the Adani Carmichael coal mine, the Wangan and Jagalingou (W&J) people, traditional owners […]

W & J PEOPLE AUTHORISATION MEETING: THE FACTS

W & J PEOPLE AUTHORISATION MEETING: THE FACTS This statement corrects the record in relation to a false and misleading media report in The Australian newspaper of 12 March 2016 by Michael McKenna on a forthcoming Authorisation meeting of the Wangan and Jagalingou People: An Authorisation meeting relating to current dealings with Adani on the […]