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“Outrageous” Scullion ignores justice targets

P1 Nova PerisThree prominent and respected organisations involved in health and justice have joined with Senator Nova Peris in a blistering attack on the Federal Government's Indigenous Affairs Minister, Senator Nigel Scullion for refusing to add jail rates, suicide and self-harm as Closing The Gap targets.

Senator Peris, the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation, the National Aboriginal...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 November 2014 07:27

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3000 school kids kick off Corroboree Festival

P3 Corroboree Sydney Gurung ParadeThe centre of Sydney was awash with red as nearly 3,000 school children marched down Macquarie Street carrying paper waratahs in celebration of Indigenous Culture.

"Gurung" means child the language of the Gadigal People and the Gurung Parade involved children from across New South Wales in the first of 200 events planned for the Sydney Corroboree...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 November 2014 07:26

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"Outrageous" Scullion ignores justice targets



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