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Paul Cleary

Document: Staff Publication

Cleary, P. Mine-Field: The Dark Side of Australia’s Resources Rush, Black Inc. Publishing, Collingwood, 244pp.

Document: Staff Publication

Cleary, P. 'A very rugged type', ANU Reporter, Summer.

Document: Staff Publication

Cleary, P. The Men Who Came out of the Ground: A Gripping Account of Australia's First Commando Campaign: Timor 1942, Hachette Australia, Sydney, xviii+382pp.

Document: Staff Publication

Cleary, P. Too Much Luck: The Mining Boom and Australia's Future, Black Inc., Collingwood, 160pp.

Document: CAEPR Seminar

The struggle by many of the Yindjibarndi people based in Roebourne, WA for what they consider to be a fair settlement for the mining of iron ore on their claimed land exposes some critical weaknesses in Federal native title law, in state heritage laws, and in the overall governance of resource extraction in this country.

Document: CAEPR Seminar

Abstract: The so-called resources super-cycle is delivering considerable revenue to Indigenous landowners and this is likely to continue in coming decades. The value of production on Indigenous land in the Pilbara, Groote Eylandt, and Roxby Downs, to name just a few places, has increased many times over and this should continue under expansion plans now being put in place.

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