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First Nations call for increased water ownership of Murray-Darling river system

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First Nations groups say it is a national disgrace that almost no water in Australia’s largest river system is owned by Aboriginal people and are calling on the Federal Government to deliver on a 2018 commitment to help traditional owners buy water.

Brendan Kennedy, a Tati Tati man from Victoria and a traditional owner, says governments must act urgently to help First Nations people access water…



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