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Smallwood calls for detailed review of Pearson’s programs

aunty grace_PHDOne of Australia's leading Indigenous academics, Professor Gracelyn Smallwood has called for a full, open and detailed review of government funded programs controlled by organisations involving Noel Pearson after revealing the Families Responsibilities Commission, largely funded by the Queensland State Government, cost more than $4.5 million in 2011 alone including payment of an annual salary of $405,000 to...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 01 June 2012 10:04

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Big crowd braves chilly Canberra to mark Sorry Day

sorry day_marchBy National Indigenous Times ACT reporter Geoff Bagnall

It was a cold, windy and overcast day. The temperature gauge barely crept past 8 degrees Celsius but still the Commonwealth Avenue Bridge in Canberra swarmed with more than 500 people last Friday to mark Sorry Day.

 

Indigenous and non-Indigenous, babes in prams and pre-schoolers right through to retirees and workers taking...

 

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