City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder

Category: Organisation
Sub Category:Local Government
State/Country:Western Australia, Australia
Kalgoorlie-Boulder is about 550km east of Perth.
Summary Information:
The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder is the local government entity for an city of just over 30,000 people in the Western Australian goldfields (City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder c2005). The Council includes a Reconciliation Committee, established on 22 June 2000. Its role is to develop policy and stategic plans relating to Indigenous issues, to work with various actors in order to develop a strategic approach to meeting the needs of Indigenous people and to periodically review its constitution (City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder 2007).

Related Entries

  • Framework Agreement between the Mulga Mallee Regional Council, the Department of Indigenous Affairs and the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder - Signatory
  • Dignity, Respect and Fulfilment: An Agreement for Working Together in Kalgoorlie-Boulder - Signatory
  • Graham on behalf of the Ngadju People (Ngadju Part B) v State of Western Australia [2017] FCA 795 - Respondent
  • K.D. (deceased) on behalf of the Mirning People v State of Western Australia (No 4) [2017] FCA 1225 (24 October 2017) - Respondent
  • Minning on behalf of the Untiri Pulka Claim Group v State of Western Australia [2020] FCA 1051
  • Organisation
  • City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder Youth Council
  • Mirning Green Energy Limited
  • Case Law
  • Graham on behalf of the Ngadju People v State of Western Australia [2014] FCA 1247 - Respondent