WIRANGU NATIVE TITLE AUTHORISATION MEETINGSouth Australian Native Title Services Ltd (SANTS) invites all Wirangu native title claimants (the proposed native title claim group) as described below to attend a meeting to authorise a new native title determination application as depicted in the map at the time and location below;Under the traditional laws and customs of the Wirangu People, the Wirangu Native Title claimants are those living Aboriginal people who identify as, and are recognised by other Wirangu Native Title claimants as Wirangu, because:a) He or she is biologically descended from one or more of the following Wirangu apical ancestors:
b) He or she has been adopted by the biological descendants of the above people in accordance with Wirangu traditional laws and customs and who are recognised by the claim group.The meeting will be held on:Date: 24th August 2018Venue: Port Lincoln Aboriginal Community Council Inc. (30 Ravendale Rd, Port Lincoln SA 5606)Time: 9:00am – 4.00pmThis meeting is being held in conjunction with the Wirangu no. 2 native title claim update.The purpose of the meeting is to:1.Authorise the filing of a native title claim on behalf of the proposed native title claim group over the land and waters marked in the map below.2.Authorise the applicants to make the proposed application and deal with all matters arising in relation to them under the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth).3.Make decisions about directing and supervising the applicants in the performance of their duties.4.Authorise the native title rights and interests to be claimed under the proposed application. All members of the proposed native title claim group are invited to contact SANTS on 1800 010 360 to register their attendance at the authorisation meeting. Some limited assistance including accommodation and transport will be available for the meeting and lunch and refreshments will be available during the day.
SANTS acknowledges that the land on which our office is based is the traditional lands for the Kaurna people and we respect their spiritual and cultural relationship with their country.