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Pearson: My 4 steps to winning over Tony Abbott on the Constitution

abbot pearson_on_beachStep 1: I'll take Tony on an intimate walk along a pristine Cape York sandy beach

Step 2: I'll tell Tony riotous stories about the greenie who got lost in the Cape

Step 3: I'll teach Tony a Bruce Lee kung fu move to scare off his opponents

Step 4: I'll tell Tony "Dreamtime" stories over a fine cabernet sauvignon blanc whilst navigating one of our more sedate "Wild...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 16 February 2012 17:02

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Suicide horror

marion scrymgourSuicide rates among Aboriginal girls have jumped to unprecedented levels in the Northern Territory since the Northern Territory Intervention was introduced five years ago.

The Northern Territory's Children's Commissioner, Dr Howard Bath, said girls now account for 40 per cent of all suicides of children in the Territory under the age of 17.

It is understood suicide rates among girls were...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 16 February 2012 15:37

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