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Victorian Co-op plans introduction of Aboriginality certificate

margaret gardiner_gary_murrayBy National Indigenous Times ACT reporter Geoff Bagnall

An Aboriginal Co-op in Victoria is planning to issue certificates of Aboriginality with a five year expiry date in an effort to combat fraudulent claims.

 

The Dandenong and District Aborigines Co-operative (DDAC), wants to issue the certificates to people who want to apply for Aboriginal housing...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 29 March 2012 08:08

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“Angry vote” belts Labor

sam watsonBy National Indigenous Times Editor Stephen Hagan

There were mixed reactions from Queensland Indigenous leaders to the bloodbath defeat of Labor (ALP) by the Liberal National Party (LNP) in Saturday's Queensland State election when they were reduced to a mere seven seats. The new look Queensland Parliament is expected to have 78 seats to the LNP, seven to the ALP, two for the Katter Australia Party (KAP) and...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 29 March 2012 08:06

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