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Arrernte People

Category: People
Sub Category:Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander | Native Title Holders (Native Title Act)
Place:Alice Springs
State/Country:Northern Territory, Australia
Alternative Names:
  • Aranda People
  • Arrente People
  • Subject Matter:Cultural Heritage | Customary Law | Environmental Heritage | Native Title
    Summary Information:
    AIATSIS Thesaurus language code and map grid reference: (C8) (NT SG53-02)

    For more information, refer to the AIATSIS Thesauri (see reference below).

    Includes:
    (i) Western Arrernte people: AIATSIS Thesaurus language code and map grid reference (C8) (NT SF53-13)
    (ii) Southern Arrernte people: AIATSIS Thesaurus language code and map grid reference (C8) (NT SF53-14)

    Related Entries

    Agreement
  • Larapinta Land Release
  • Mining Agreement Between Thor Mining and Eastern Arrernte Native Title Holders - Signatory
  • Lynch on behalf of the members of the Alherramp/Rrweltyapet, Ilewerr, Mamp/Arrwek, Tywerl, Arrangkey, Anentyerr/Anenkerr and Ntyerlkem/Urapentye Estate Groups v Northern Territory of Australia [2013] FCA 636
  • Katakarinja on behalf of Imperlknge, Urlatherrke, Parerrule, Yaperlpe, Urlampe, Lwekerreye and Ilewerr landholding groups and those persons with rights and interests in the area of land and waters known as Kwerlerrethe v Northern Territory of Australia [2016] FCA 685
  • Organisation
  • Lhere Artepe Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC - Aboriginal Representative Party
  • Alherramp Ilewerr Mamp Arrangkey Tywerl Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC
  • People
  • Urapuntja Indigenous Community
  • David Doolan & others on behalf of the Andado, Pmere Ulperre, New Crown and Therreyererte Family Groups
  • Case Law
  • Hayes v Northern Territory [2000] FCA 671 (23 May 2000)

  • Glossary

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (Australia) | Native Title Holders (Native Title Act 1993 (Cth)) (Australia)

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