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02 September 2014

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SNAICC calls for overhaul of foster care system

SNAICC calls for overhaul of foster care system

  The number of Indigenous children in care in South Australia has tripled in the past decade and this was a national trend,...

Scullion snubs anti-family violence group

Scullion snubs anti-family violence group

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women "are being murdered by their estranged or current partners" and the service set up to ...

Murray family meet with Attorney-General

Murray family meet with Attorney-General

The New South Wales Attorney-General, Brad Hazzard has agreed to review a submission from the sisters of Eddie Murray to launch a ...

Gathering remembers Coniston massacre

Gathering remembers Coniston massacre

In the lead-up to the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landing a conference in Sydney has marked the anniversary of a more recen...

Another Stolen Generation - Return Brendah to her grandmother

Another Stolen Generation - Return Brendah to her grandmother

When will Australians stand up and say "stop taking the children"? Australia is in a grip of a new Stolen Generations with the num...

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Mundine to fight Belarusian KO king

Mundine to fight Belarusian KO king

Anthony Mundine will attempt to reignite his boxing career with a bout against unbeaten Belarusian knockout master Sergey Rabchenko. Mundine will battle Rabchenko, who has recorded 18 of his 25 victories by KO, for the WBC silver light middleweight title on November 12 at Melbourne's Hisense Arena. Mundine is 39 and was knocked down five times in his most recent fight, a unanimous points loss to Joshua Clottey. Promoter Brian Amatruda suggested at last week's announcement another defeat would force Mundine to hang up the gloves but the outspoken former NRL star is not contemplating such a result. Mundine... Read more

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