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Maintain the rage and fight for justice over our stolen wages, says Moncrieff

phil moncrieffBy National Indigenous Times West Australian reporter Gerry Georgatos

Yamatji singer/songwriter, rights activist and Stolen Wages campaigner Phil Moncrieff has not given up in the fight for justice for the victims of the Stolen Wages in Western Australia.

 

The West Australian government said in March the living victims and not any of the families will be eligible to apply for up...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 19 July 2012 16:17

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Jida Gulpilil welcomes call for crocodile safaris

mick pittman_with_croc_headBy National Indigenous Times reporter Geoff Bagnall

Ramingining could thrive and become economically independent once more if the Federal Environment Minister, Tony Burke approves a new crocodile management plan for limited crocodile safaris in the Northern Territory.

 

Jida Gulpilil believes Aboriginal control of hunting on their own lands has great...

 

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