Lauren Moss says she believes site of battle over land rights in Darwin is sufficiently protected under planning laws

The Northern Territory minister for culture has followed the much-criticised footsteps of her predecessor and rejected a recommendation to heritage list a tract of Aboriginal land near Darwin.

Lauren Moss confirmed on Sunday she had made the ruling on the Kulaluk lease because she believed current planning legislation provided enough protection for the 300ha of land.

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