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Community Planning and Development Newsletter

Dec 4, 2020

Subject: Community Planning & Development

Aboriginal groups continue to work with the NLC’s Community Planning and Development (CP&D) team to drive their own development. Through the CP&D Program Aboriginal groups use their land use agreement income to do projects that bring lasting community benefit.

Traditional owners try tech to keep ancient language alive

Jul 8, 2020

Subject: Community Planning & Development

Malak Malak traditional owners have funded the development of a language app containing over 300 words and phrases. The Malak Malak Vocab Builder is now available on the Google Play and App store.

NLC’s Community Planning and Development Program - an overview

Dec 18, 2019

Subject: Community Planning & Development

Watch this video to learn more about the NLC's Community Planning and Development Program.

Community Planning and Development Newsletter

Dec 12, 2019

Subject: Community Planning & Development

Aboriginal groups continue to work with the NLC’s Community Planning and Development (CP&D) team to drive their own development. Through the CP&D Program Aboriginal groups use their land use agreement income to do projects that bring lasting community benefit.

Legune Station Native Title holders reach first community development milestone

Dec 9, 2019

Subject: Community Planning & Development

Native Title holders have been working with the NLC's Community Planning and Development (CP&D) Program to complete an upgrade of their outstation at Marralum on Legune Station.

Community Planning and Development Newsletter

Jun 12, 2019

Subject: Community Planning & Development

The NLC Community Planning and Development (CP&D) Program started in 2016. It works with Aboriginal land-owning groups and supports them to use their money from land use agreements, such as royalties or lease money, to drive their own development and secure benefits from their land, waters and seas.

Upgrades to Marralum outstation: Building a strong future for native title holders

Aug 30, 2018

Subject: Community Planning & Development

Native title holders are driving upgrades to Marralum outstation near the Western Australian border using funds generated from a major prawn farm project.