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Fears WA’s push for anti-association laws aim to target Aboriginal peoples

anti association_bill_protestBy National Indigenous Times West Australian reporter Gerry Georgatos

Australia-wide Aboriginal organisations, communities and rights advocates are more than just apprehensive about the consolidated push by State and Territory governments for the introduction of Criminal Association Control Bills better known as anti-association laws. In Western Australia, it appears...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 May 2012 12:33

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Odette’s PhD is a first for USQ

odette best_first_PHd_at_universityAfter six years buried in books, Odette Best has finally achieved her goal and it is about more than just a tasselled hat.

Ms Best has become the first Indigenous person to graduate from the University of Southern Queensland with a Doctorate in Nursing.

She said her study into the experiences of Aboriginal nurses since the 1950s had been a long and...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 May 2012 12:31

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