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“We resigned because the voters told us they agree with our stand”

NT independentsAlison Anderson, Larisa Lee, Francis Xavier Kurrupuwu bring the Giles Northern Territory Government to its knees

Overwhelming support from the remote communities in their electorates for the stand Alison Anderson, Larisa Lee and Francis Xavier Kurrupuwu had taken in demanding the Northern Territory Government honour its elections promises was the reason the trio resigned as...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 10 April 2014 05:30

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Homeless remain living proof Barnett’s Swan Valley action was based on a lie

swan valley homelessWestern Australia's Premier Colin Barnett ordered the deplorable Kafkaesque act to demolish the Swan Valley Nyungah Community's homes without any notice or courtesy to the former residents, many whom are homeless.

The demolition occurred at the crack of dawn with a huge contingent of security and with the police at the ready. But to rub salt into deep wounds, the Government outrageously...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 10 April 2014 05:29

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