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Barnett’s legacy: the Kimberley’s homeless increase in mine-rich WA

homeless kidsHorror figures reveal one in 10 people, largely Indigenous

and including women and children, are forced to live rough

"I wonder some day how Barnett will explain to his grandchildren that when he was Premier of Australia's wealthiest State, when he presided over a mining boom, the Aboriginal peoples of the Kimberley had the world's worst homeless rate and the highest suicide rates in Australia,"

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 07 June 2012 10:13

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SA Premier backs reconciliation

peter buckskin_co_chair_of_reconciliation_SA_with_margaret_williams_&_aaron_jakitis_trainee_chefs_with_the_intercontinental_who_cooked_up_a_storm!by Mark Waters

Reconciliation SA launched Reconciliation Week 2012 to a full house of nearly 400 participants with its annual...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 07 June 2012 10:07

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