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On 9 December 2010, the Native Title rights of the Waanyi People were recognised for the land and waters covering an area of 17,000 square kilometres north of Mount Isa in Queensland.  Shortly after this, the Waanyi PBC was established to represent the Waanyi People in respect of any matters relating to their Native Title rights and interests.

In 2016, ReGen and the Waanyi PBC teamed up to form the Waanyi ReGen Joint Venture (WRJV).  The WRJV provides a dedicated Traditional Owner closure solution with the primary purpose of completing rehabilitation works at Century Mine. 


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The Nyungga Black team specialises in Indigenous engagement, governance and leadership, providing a business-focused approach to enhancing business outcomes and success.

Nyunggai Warren Mundine from Nyungga Black is a key component of ReGen’s Traditional Owner Joint Venture framework.  He brings a wealth of experience to any joint venture setup by assisting with establishment and governance, and facilitating discussions with key stakeholders using his wide range of business and political contacts.


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Karlayura Enterprises is a 100% owned and managed Aboriginal business, with shareholders from the Nyiyaparli and Banyjima people. In 2014 ReGen and Karlayura Enterprises formed the Karlayura ReGen joint venture (KRJV), combining proven experience in mining, civil and landform construction, progressive rehabilitation and mine closure with a commitment to enabling economic, social and community development solutions for the Traditional Owners of the Nyiyaparli lands in the Pilbara.


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The Centre for Mined Land Rehabilitation (CMLR) consists of a collaborative and multi-disciplinary group of research, teaching and support staff, and postgraduate students.  CMLR is dedicated to delivering excellence in environmental research, education and awareness to the national and international minerals industry, relevant government departments, non-government organisations and local communities.  CMLR is widely recognised as a source of quality research at the cutting edge of issues in mining environmental management and sustainability, across the full spectrum of resource commodities.