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Frank Archibald, the soldier, ignored by his country is finally honoured in New Guinea

ANZAC digger_burialBy Leesha McKenny, Sydney Morning Herald

Before he volunteered to fight in the New Guinea campaign in 1942, Private Frank Richard Archibald needed "dog tags" to walk into an Armidale shop.

 

They weren't soldier's tags, although he had served in Egypt, Tobruk, Greece and Crete but the label given to the Aborigines Welfare Board certification that said he was allowed to...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 28 April 2012 10:31

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Murray River nations demand sovereignty

fred hooperA group of 21 Aboriginal nations in the northern Murray Darling Basin have demanded all water licences be revoked and the rivers' water be dealt with from a base of Aboriginal sovereignty, dominion and ultimate title.

The Northern Murray Darling Basin Aboriginal Nations (NBAN) has called on all State and Federal governments involved in the rivers system to allocate 100 per cent of all environmental flows in...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 28 April 2012 10:29

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