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Minister in second clash with Indigenous Land and Sea board

SMH |  22 February 2021  |  News

The board of the powerful Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation appointed a new chief executive late last year in the face of strong opposition from the Minister for Indigenous Australians Ken Wyatt.

The revelation follows the exposure by The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age of deep dysfunction inside the board of the corporation, one of the country’s most significant Indigenous statutory organisations which manages hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of assets including Ayers Rock Resorts.

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