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Jack Thompson starts his own jobs drive

jack thompsons_jobs_driveThe well known Australian actor Jack Thompson has entered into an agreement with the ACTU to try to help young Aboriginal people find jobs through trade apprenticeships.

The veteran actor also took the opportunity to criticise the Federal Government's handling of increasing employment opportunities for Indigenous Australians, saying it wasted millions on administration and...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 09 February 2012 07:58

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McCarthy tells PM: Apologise

mccarthyNorthern Territory's Indigenous Affairs Minister, Malarndirri McCarthy has called on the Prime Minister, Julia Gillard to apologise for "underhanded tactics" that fuelled the Australia Day protest in Canberra.

Ms McCarthy said the Prime Minister should apologise to the nation, Federal Opposition Leader Tony Abbott and the organisers of the Aboriginal Tent Embassy.

"Certainly, the action of the Office of...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 09 February 2012 07:57

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