‘Whatever they give us is never going to be enough’: the toll of Native Title determination

Image courtesy Nunga Wangga

After a decade-long fight, the Narunnga people have been recognised as the Native Title holders of the Yorke Peninsula.

The Federal Court ruling also meant the community received compensation for the unlawful loss of their connection to Country.

But what does this really mean in terms of land rights and the cost to community? Wire contributor and Nunga Wangga host Vida Sumner speaks with senior Narungga Elder John Buckskin to find out more.  

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