The ILC assists Indigenous people with the acquisition and management of land so they can achieve economic, environmental, social and cultural benefits.

Indigenous Land Corporation welcomes new era

28 Nov 2018

Indigenous Land Corporation welcomes new era

Mr Eddie Fry, Chairperson of the Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC), today welcomed the Senate’s passage of legislation to assure, and extend, the corporation’s operations to benefit Indigenous Australians.

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Traditional Indigenous fire management burns pathway to healthier country

27 Jun 2018

Traditional Indigenous fire management burns pathway to healthier country

This week has marked an important milestone in the expansion of traditional Indigenous fire management in the Northern Territory as the Tiwi Island rangers, the first group to receive operational funds from the $34 million Savanna Fire Management (SFM) Program, conduct early season burning practices to create healthier country.

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ILC welcomes Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Land and Sea Future Fund

13 Feb 2018

ILC welcomes Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Land and Sea Future Fund

ILC Chairperson, Mr Eddie Fry, has welcomed the Australian Government’s commitment to legislating significant reforms to the corporation’s legislation, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Act 2005.

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Appointment of first Indigenous woman to Deputy CEO position at ILC

12 Dec 2017

Appointment of first Indigenous woman to Deputy CEO position at ILC

The Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC) Board is proud to announce the appointment of Tricia Button as its new deputy chief executive officer – the first Indigenous woman in the organisation to hold the prestigious leadership position.

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Unlocking Indigenous pastoral potential

21 Nov 2017

Unlocking Indigenous pastoral potential

Business management, best pastoral practice, managing mental health, and creating a robust peer support network across Australia were key themes of the Indigenous Cattleman’s Workshop held in Port Augusta November 21-23.

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