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Ryan angered by Gillard Government’s tardiness

stephen ryanThe Chairman of the New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council has delivered a stinging attack on the Federal Government for failing for the fourth year in succession to deliver its report on progress in the Closing the Gap strategy on time.

Mr Stephen Ryan said the Gillard government's failure to meet its own imposed deadlines on such an important initiative was disappointing.

In mid 2008, then Prime...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 February 2012 23:01

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Croc safari plan draws mixed reaction

crocodile mick_pitmanA proposal to revive the safari hunting of saltwater crocodiles in the Northern Territory has received a mixed reaction.

The Federal Government knocked back a plan to reintroduce crocodile safaris three years ago but Environment Minister, Tony Burke is now considering a policy change because of the benefits it could bring to Aboriginal people.

"They've already got the right to...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 February 2012 23:00

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