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Scullion may lead way for national Custody Notification Service

P8 Nigel ScullionThe Federal Indigenous Affairs Minister, Senator Nigel Scullion has agreed to investigate whether a national Custody Notification Services can be introduced in response to increasing concerns surrounding the death of a 22 year old Yamatji woman in the police cells at Port Hedland in Western Australia.

Ms Dhu was arrested and placed in the police cells to "pay off" outstanding parking fines...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 October 2014 07:46

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Kimberley Land Council members vote to oppose Heritage Act changes

P7 kimberley protestThe West Australian State Government is on a collision course with the Kimberley Land Council (KLC) which has voted unanimously to ignore any of the propose changes to the State's Heritage Act.

The State Government's proposed changes have been universally condemned by First Peoples and Land Councils throughout the State and it appears likely now the Government faces significant...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 October 2014 07:44

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