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Territory Elders revolt

mick dodson,_archie_roachBy National Indigenous times ACT reporter Geoff Bagnall

Traditional Owners in Arnhem Land have threatened to revolt by not engaging in any land lease negotiations with the Federal Government or give their approval for any mining exploration licences if the Federal Government does not scrap its Stronger Futures laws.

 

The laws which continue the Howard...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 May 2012 12:42

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Langton, Mundine, Gordon join the call to review jobs training

langton, gordon_&_mundineThree Aboriginal leaders Marcia Langton, Warren Mundine and Sue Gordon have criticised the Federal Government's jobs policy and backed calls by mining magnate Andrew Forrest for training programs that are tied to "real jobs with an employer".

The Fortescue Metals Group chairman claimed in a speech at the National Press Club last week that his Australian Employment Covenant...

 

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