Due to the unexpected passing of one of our two remaining Name Claimants, the Strategic Plan consultations scheduled in December 2020 was postponed. We apologise for any inconvenience caused by this and we pass on our sincere condolences to the Lander and Stuart families at this sad time.
Member consultation sessions for the Strategic Plan have been rescheduled as follows:
Sunday 10 January 2021
10am to 12pm
6pm to 8pm
Thyme on Argent, 220 Argent St, Broken Hill NSW
Tuesday 12 January 2021
10am to 12pm
4pm to 6pm
Marree Hotel, Railway Terrace S, Marree SA
Thursday 14 January 2021
10am to 12pm
2pm to 4pm
Standpipe Hotel, 3/5 Daw St, Port Augusta West SA
Saturday 16 January 2021
11am to 1pm
Comfort Inn Regal Park, 44 Barton Terrace East, North Adelaide,
Please note, participation in these sessions is voluntary and no travel assistance will be provided.
To register your interest in these sessions please phone the DAC office on (08) 8641 0092 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are unable to attend the Strategic Plan consultation sessions, you can provide feedback via our online survey here: GIVE YOUR FEEDBACK NOW https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DieriStrategicPlan
AS PER THE POLICY GUIDELINES FOR APPLYING 14 DAYS PRIOR TO 30th JUNE 2021;
THIS NOTICE IS TO ADVISE ALL MEMBERS OF THE DIERI ABORIGINAL CORPORATION RNTBC, THE FINAL DATE FOR ACCEPTING ANY POLICY APPLICATIONS FOR PROCESSING.
CONTACT DETAILS REMAIN THE SAME AS BELOW;
APPLY ONLINE: www.dieri.org.au
ADMIN TELEPHONE: (08) 8641 0092
ADMIN FAX: (08) 8641 1002
Chief Executive Officer
The Dieri Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC
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Even before the passing of the Native Title Act, the Dieri People were active in protecting their land...
Under the guidance of Edward Lander, Christopher Dodd, Shane Kemp and other Dieri People set up the North East Aboriginal Lands Corporation Inc to liasi with Santos who was carrying out petroleum exploration work over Dieri land without consulting Dieri People. As a result of setting up this corporation, they were able to negotiate an agreement with Santos that saw Dieri People for the first time being able to carry out heritage inspections prior to petroleum exploration work being undertaken.
The Dieri Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC is the registered native title body corporation representing the Dieri People who are and always have been the traditional owners of the Dieri land.