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Linda Burney joins in support for new inquiry into Eddie Murray’s death

linda burneyDeputy Leader of the New South Wales Labor Party, Linda Burney and fellow parliamentarian, Shaoquett Moselmane will approach the State's Labor leader, John Robertson and the State Premier, Mike Baird to try and convince them to support a new inquiry into the death of Eddie Murray in a Wee Waa police cell 33 years ago.

The move by Ms Burney and Mr Moselmane follows the matter also being raised in the...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 July 2014 06:47

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Green groups 'block indigenous progress'

warren mundine addresses niypThe Federal Government's top Indigenous affairs adviser has accused green groups of deliberately working to keep Indigenous communities in poverty.

Head of the Prime Minister's Indigenous Advisory Council, Warren Mundine said environment groups want Indigenous people to remain impoverished and achieve their goal by blocking economic development.

Mr...

 

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