What does the recognition of the Kabi Kabi people as Sunshine Coast native title holders mean?

The federal court ruling grants traditional owners a number of rights over 365,345 hectares of land in south-east Queensland

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On Monday, the federal court found the Kabi Kabi people are and always have been the traditional owners of what is now the Sunshine Coast and formally recognised them as native title holders.

It is a groundbreaking determination in a number of ways, covering about 365,345 hectares of land and water. But it is just the first of three stages of a larger claim, including an area around Caboolture.

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Law (Australia) | The Guardian