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Gurri Muji’s symbolic journey in support of Kevin Rudd

gurri muji_and_charlieBy National Indigenous Times reporter Geoff Bagnall

A canoe crossed Lake Burley-Griffin in Canberra in support of Kevin Rudd the day the Federal Labor Caucus voted to retain Julia Gillard as Prime Minister.

 

Gurri Muji, of the Djunghutti people on the mid north coast of New South Wales, made the symbolic journey across Canberra's man-made waterway in support of the...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 03 March 2012 09:29

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Prisoners in their own homes

duncansBy National Indigenous Times Editor Stephen Hagan

Matriarch of the Duncan family of Toowoomba, Mrs Zela Duncan said her family wasn't looking for pity; they just wanted justice.

 

"They now feel like prisoners in their own homes," Mrs Duncan said after members of her family were given wholly suspended jail terms, some as long as four years, for defending the death of her son Peter "Bo"

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 03 March 2012 09:27

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