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WA Government abolishes new ACH laws

WESTERN Australia’s highly controversial Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Act was officially overturned by the government yesterday, just weeks after coming into effect.

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 Hundreds of WA farmers gather at Parliament House after ACH act is scrapped. Image: Jenna Santos

Hundreds of WA farmers gather at Parliament House after ACH act is scrapped. Image: Jenna Santos

Key Points:  The WA government has overturned the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Act 2021 The Original 1972 act will be restored with some "simple and effective amendments"  The exemptions, which...

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