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Shire of Wiluna

Category: Organisation
Sub Category:Local Government
State/Country:Western Australia, Australia
Summary Information:
The Shire of Wiluna covers an area of approximately 184,000 square kilometres which is dominated by mining and pastoral interests. The town of Wiluna is the Shire's main centre and is located 966 kilometres north-east of Perth. The vision statement for the Shire is to be 'a united community, proud of its appearance, environmentally conscious, friendly and financially sustainable' (Shire of Wiluna, 'Vision Statement'). The Shire encompases several mining villages and aboriginal communities.

Related Entries

  • James on behalf of the Martu People v Western Australia [2002] FCA 1208 (27 September 2002) - Respondent
  • Wiluna 'Women's leadership through participating in family wellbeing program' Shared Responsibility Agreement (SRA)
  • Wiluna 'Facilities for families at the local pool' Shared Responsibility Agreement (SRA) - Signatory
  • Wiluna Regional Partnership Agreement (RPA) - Partner
  • WF (Deceased) on behalf of the Wiluna People v State of Western Australia [2013] FCA 755
  • FMG-Nyiyaparli Land Access Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) WI2016/003
  • Initial Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) Tjiwarl and Nickel West Comprehensive Agreement
  • Birriliburu Sandalwood Indigenous land Use Agreement (ILUA)
  • Keith Narrier & Ors v State of Western Australia AND Edwin John Beaman & Ors v State of Western Australia [2016] FCA 1519
  • Karlka Nyiyaparli Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC v State of Western Australia [2021] FCA 9
  • People
  • Wiluna Indigenous Community

  • References

    Case Law
    Commonwealth of Australia (2002) James on behalf of the Martu People v State of Western Australia [2002] FCA 1208


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