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WA Land and Sea Council rejects criticism

south west_land_councilBy National Indigenous Times West Australian reporter Gerry Georgatos

The South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council (SWALSC) has declared it will continue to argue for the rights of Noongars in Western Australia despite claims from critics, including other Noongar representatives, the SWALSC has sold out to the State Government.

 

SWALSC Regional Team Leader Gail...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 21 June 2012 14:22

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Kwementyaye Briscoe could have been saved, court told

terry briscoe_death_inquiryGrieving grandmothers attend Coroner's hearing and break down when video shows the last moments of their grandson's life

The treatment of an Aboriginal man who died while in police custody in Alice Springs was inadequate, an inquest has heard.

 

The inquest into the death of Kwementyaye (Terence) Briscoe, 27, who died on January 5 while in police custody...

 

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