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Tent Embassy stalwarts join “Breakfast at Barnett’s” to deliver a message

tent embassy_residentsNyoongar Tent Embassy staked the Aboriginal flag outside the home of Western Australia's Premier Colin Barnett as they demanded to hand him documents they said proved Nyoongars had never ceded sovereignty to the State.

A non-Indigenous protester also scaled the front fence and locked himself on to the gate of the Premier's home.

Every Friday morning there is a peaceful protest...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 23 August 2012 12:03

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Wind farming is invalid, claims Ngambri leader

shane mortimerBy National Indigenous Times Editor Stephen Hagan

Respected Ngambri Elder and Chairman of Ag-arts Residency Kenmore Limited, Shane Mortimer from Goulbourn in southern New South Wales has called on Indigenous leaders around the nation to challenge any proposal to have a wind farm on their country.

 

"Our 500,000 plus strong Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island community - go now and...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 23 August 2012 12:00

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