LALC

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LALCLocal Aboriginal Land Council (Australia)
LALCLatin America Logistics Center (Washington, DC)
LALCLos Angeles Leather Coalition (California)
LALCLive at Luther College (Dave Matthews band album)
LALCLocal Air Logistic Coordinator
LALCLanguage Arts Learning Center (various locations)
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These include Josh himself, who like almost everyone else is unfavorably disposed towards Jay; Johnny, the Furnace Creek Mine boss; and Tommy, corrupt head of the local Aboriginal Land Council. Most importantly there is Maureen, the town mayor and matriarch.
* Talk to your school's Aboriginal liaison officer or any other Aboriginal staff members around, to the parents of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, to the local Aboriginal Land Council, to the local university's Aboriginal student support centre.
In 1983, the Gandangara Local Aboriginal Land Council and the Tharawal Local Aboriginal Land Council were established under the Aboriginal Land Rights Act (New South Wales) 1983.
Reunited under the leadership and support base of the Maitland Aboriginal community and key organisations such as the Local Aboriginal Land Council, it now attracted positive media coverage and, like Bourke, had strong local government support.
A cultural officer at Sydney's Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council, Alan Madden, said Kidman and Luhrmann ought to have known better after filming their sweeping romantic epic on location in the Australian outback.
Munro represents Sydney's Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council, known as Metro, which has been coordinating Olympic protests on behalf of the 118 local Aboriginal land councils across the state of New South Wales.
Exactly 15 years after Wiimpatja (Paakantji for `Aboriginal people') blockaded the entrance to the Mootwingee Historic Site for the week of the Broken Hill centenary celebrations, a ceremony was held at Mutawintji to celebrate the passing of the Mutawintji (Mootwingee) National Park land title to the Aboriginal owners, to be held on their behalf by the Mutawintji Local Aboriginal Land Council. The New South Wales government has negotiated a 30-year lease and appointed a board of management which will have a majority of Aboriginal owners and also representatives of Mutawintji LALC, National Parks and Wildlife Service, conservation groups, local government and neighbours.
Such a momentous occasion required public recognition of the Museum's efforts and their collaboration with La Perouse Local Aboriginal Land Council and the Koori staff at NSW Parks and Wildlife.