By National Indigenous Times reporter Gerry Georgatos
The National Native Title Tribunal (NNTT) President, Graeme Neate and the Tribunal’s Registrar, Stephanie Fryer-Smith have launched an external inquiry into a former State Manager after reports published in the National Indigenous Times revealed allegations of various improprieties in reference to undeclared interests by its employee to the Tribunal. High Court of Australia officers have arrived in Western Australia as part of this inquiry and have been interviewing people – with only the notice of a few hours.
More to come
REVELATIONS NEXT WEEK
Last year the National Indigenous Times put two whistleblowers on the record regarding FMG’s Native Title meddling, Mr Kerry Savas and Mr Bruce Woodley.
Next week the NIT will run with an exclusive report from another whistleblower “who will corroborate the claims by Mr Savas and Mr Woodley.” The NIT has flagged that its new source is high-level, and that their “allegations are even more serious than those raised by Mr Savas and Mr Woodley.”
Well done Gerry Georgatos - again!