Indigenous cultural fishing inquiry gets to pointy end

MW
Updated August 22 2022 - 4:38pm, first published 12:30pm
In September 2015 the Aboriginal Cultural Fishing Rights Group held a two-day rally in Bingie against them being prosecuted for carrying out the practices of their ancestors. Photo: file
In September 2015 the Aboriginal Cultural Fishing Rights Group held a two-day rally in Bingie against them being prosecuted for carrying out the practices of their ancestors. Photo: file

A parliamentary inquiry into why South Coast Indigenous communities continue to be prosecuted for cultural fishing got to the pointy end on Friday, August 19.

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Marion Williams

Journalist

Moved to this beautiful part of the world in December 2019. Too many years as a writer, researcher and journalist to count. Now covering the southern end of Eurobodalla, Bodalla to Tilba, plus Bermagui. Contact me at marion.williams@austcommunitymedia.com.au if you have a story you think our readers would like.

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