Aboriginal cultural fishing inquiry recommends surveillance stops

MW
Updated November 8 2022 - 4:41pm, first published November 7 2022 - 12:19pm
NSW Aboriginal Fishing Rights Group spokesman Wally Stewart of Narooma in 2017. File picture
NSW Aboriginal Fishing Rights Group spokesman Wally Stewart of Narooma in 2017. File picture

The NSW Parliamentary inquiry into Aboriginal cultural fishing has recommended to the NSW government that it reviews and withdraws any penalty notices that were issued to First Nations people on the South Coast who were practising cultural fishing.

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Marion Williams

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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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