to answer your question about the new board Lets start with
Doug Daws has 40plus yr in the mining industry been on many co. boards knows a thing or two about gov. dept and highly experience in how to engage the local community. knows how to run a mining co.
LLoyd jones Land Manager at Croesus Mining NL responsible for Native Title Land Access
Senior Regional Officer at Kimberley Development Commission . Derby WA. Delivering socio economic programs to the Kimberley. Working with diverse Aboriginal Corporations to establish sustainable job creation and employment opportunities in an area where the population is predominantly traditional.
Tenement Consultant at L F Jones & Co and WTS
MMG Century Limited Mining & Metals industry January 2003 ? Present (8 years 2 months) Community and Stakeholder Relations Staff of eight responsible for the delivery of the spirit and intent of the agreement to the four Native Title Groups and Indigenous people of the Lower Gulf and broader Stakeholder engagement
David Ryan 20plus yrs in the mining game at management level
so i think the 3 of them know a thing or two about native tile and how to get a project up and running
look i am sorry to hear that simon noon, barry bolton and stuart hall lost their positions but it's clear to me they were not getting the job done.
to say the past board was making progress with the TO's you are dreaming,they were being stone walled!
to start the process again YES PLEASE!
what environmentalist groups are you talking about??
to say ,"I thought the previous board had weathered a pretty big enviromental storm" yes they did but they are still going to the doctors to get the pineapples removed.
i hope this answers your question about the new board, knowing a thing or two about native title and aboriginal politics superseds everything else for the time being.