GALLERY: Dieri Aboriginal Corporation native title claim

The Dieri people were recognised by the Australian Court Consent Determination for their Native Title Rights at the Ceremony for the Determination of the Dieri No 2 Native Title Claim on Wednesday, February 26 in Port Augusta. 

The ceremony was held at the Cooinda  Club, and was attended by Dieri Elders, Dieri Aboriginal people, Dieri Aboriginal Corporation director Frank Warren, minister for Aboriginal affairs and reconciliation Ian Hunter, well-known Australian  barrister/solicitor Stephen Kenny and many other guests. 

See the full story in the Transcontinental's March 5th edition. 

The ceremony for the determination of the Dieri No 2 native title claim.

The ceremony for the determination of the Dieri No 2 native title claim.

Many guests travelled for the ceremony.

Many guests travelled for the ceremony.

Justice Richard White.

Justice Richard White.

Lawyer Stephen Kenny spoke.

Lawyer Stephen Kenny spoke.

Dieri Aboriginal Corporation director Frank Warren made a speech.

Dieri Aboriginal Corporation director Frank Warren made a speech.

Minister for Aboriginal affairs and reconciliation Ian Hunter said a few words.

Minister for Aboriginal affairs and reconciliation Ian Hunter said a few words.

Frank Warren and Ian Hunter.

Frank Warren and Ian Hunter.

Native title claimers with minister Ian Hunter, Justice Richard White, Stephen Kenny and Frank Warren.

Native title claimers with minister Ian Hunter, Justice Richard White, Stephen Kenny and Frank Warren.