Ngarrindjeri Regional Authority, South Australian government begin work on groundbreaking Aboriginal treaty

Peri Strathearn
By Peri Strathearn
Updated December 20 2016 - 4:55am, first published December 16 2016 - 4:28am
We are Ngarrindjeri: About 50 people gather at Murray Bridge Town Hall for a public meeting on Friday, led by Ngarrindjeri Regional Authority chair Eunice Aston, centre. Photo: Peri Strathearn.

Work has begun on a treaty between the Ngarrindjeri people and the South Australian government – the first of its kind in Australian history.

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Peri Strathearn

Peri Strathearn

Senior journalist, The Murray Valley Standard

Alter ego of uke player Barney Rebel. E-cyclist, Leafs fan, Uniting churchgoer, consumer of baked goods, dad of two girls.

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