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Father tells of children taken at point of police guns

Lyall MunroThe removal of children at gunpoint by heavily armed Tactical Response Group police was just one of many example of families who were actively campaigning against the crisis of children being forcibly taken by government agencies into foster care that is confronting First Peoples families throughout Australia, the respected Elder, Lyall Munro Jnr has said.

Mr Munro said the action of authorities at...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 September 2014 05:49

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Advisory Council like a secret society, says Burney

Linda Burney at MIMAsThe NAIDOC Person of the Year and Deputy Leader of the New South Labor Party, Linda Burney has launched a scathing attack on the Prime Minister's Indigenous Advisory Council describing it as "like a secret society which would never have any legitimacy".

Ms Burney, a proud Wiradjuri woman and highly respected throughout Australia as a First Peoples leader, said the Warren...

 

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