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Mundine tells Abbott don’t punish the parents

 

warren mundine addresses niypWarren Mundine has delivered Prime Minister, Tony Abbott and Federal Indigenous Affairs Minister, Senator Nigel Scullion a blunt message – do not punish parents for their children not attending school but instead commit the resources which delivers to the communities the best possible education facilities. Mr Mundine made the comments after returning...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 August 2014 17:11

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Cape York Welfare Program will not be a “sacred cow”, says Mundine

noel pearsonChairman of the Prime Minister's Indigenous Advisory Council, Warren Mundine has declared "there are no sacred cows" and the Cape York Welfare Program, championed by Noel Pearson's Cape York Institute, must justify up to $200 million being spent on the Program.

Mr Mundine said he met with the Queensland Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs, Glen Elmes last week and the Cape...

 

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