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Baby Masaly didn’t deserve to die

baby masala_diesBy National Indigenous Times West Australian reporter Gerry Georgatos

Marie Magala is broken, having lost her baby to whooping cough despite three visits in four days to Broome Hospital's emergency department in Western Australia.

 

The baby's mother now lives in the hope an inquest into the baby's death will help prevent similar tragedies.

Many have criticised the...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 03 March 2012 09:22

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Change methods to create more jobs, says study

danny lesterThree leading not-for-profit and Indigenous employment organisations, have called upon the Federal Government for urgent reform in Indigenous employment data collection methods, following the release of an independent report by the University of Sydney.

 

Mission Australia, the Aboriginal Employment Strategy and GenerationOne said the report by the University, "Improving data collection and...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 03 March 2012 09:20

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