NEW SOUTH WALES: Voting on August 6 is about more than just exercising your rights and responsibilities, writes GEOFF SCOTT. It’s also about protecting institutions and assets for future generations of Aboriginal people.
NEW SOUTH WALES: The NSW Electoral Commission (NSWEC) has compiled a special ‘Candidates and Scrutineers Guide’. It’s available from the NSWEC website at www.elections.nsw.gov.au/ Follow the link at the bottom of the web page to the 2011 NSW Aboriginal Land Council Election.
NEW SOUTH WALES: There may be many reasons why you consider opting for a postal vote in the August 6 elections. In NSWALC elections, one of the most common is that you live more than eight kilometres from a polling place.
NATIONAL, May 10, 2011: THE CEO of the NSW Aboriginal Land Council has urged Aboriginal people in NSW to ‘get on a roll’ before the end of the month, to ensure a place voting in the NSWALC elections in August.