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      Public information sheet from the NT Aboriginal Land Councils

      This is an open message to traditional Aboriginal owners, remote community members and the public about the Coronavirus pandemic from the four Land Councils in the NT. We are working hard to make sure we can still provide services out bush and keep our staff and community safe and well.

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      Meet the NLC's new Full Council

      Australia's longest-running Aboriginal newspaper, telling stories from remote Aboriginal lands from across the Northern Territory. In this edition: a wrap-up of the huge ranger forum, meet the NLC's newly-elected Full Council and NLC's Community Planning and Development Development Program turns three.

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      No camping at Cox Peninsula over Easter

      The NLC would like to inform the public that the Humpty Doo Police and the Wagait Shire Council are advising all non-residents of Wagait Beach and Belyuen communities to stay away from the Cox Peninsula area over Easter.

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      NLC's Chairman shares a message about Coronavirus

      A message for all you mob in the NLC area from the Chairman, Samuel Bush-Blanasi. "Stay on country, look after your family and look after yourself."

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      Public information sheet on disbursements and funerals

      The NLC is advising people to postpone funerals to a later date if possible. In addition, no disbursements ("royalty" payments) will be made over the next six weeks.

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      New travel restrictions for communities in the NLC area

      The Commonwealth government announced that from midnight, 26 March, anyone wanting to enter ‘designated areas’ in the NT will need to self-isolate for 14 days before they can enter.

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