My question is to the Minister for Resources. Last year traditional owners on the Tiwi Islands won a landmark case in the Federal Court. The victory guaranteed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders the right to be consulted about offshore oil and gas projects which impact their homes and culture. However, in a meeting this week, Tiwi Islanders expressed to me the fear that the government will water down the required consultation process. In this year of the Voice, will the minister rule out the watering down of these consultation requirements?