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Is this the end of Pearson’s $220m Cape York “welfare trap”

P3 noel pearson and tony abbottThe Queensland Government appears to have conceded the Noel Pearson inspired Cape York Welfare Trial is over after more than $220 million of Federal and State government funding has been committed to the Trial.

When the Trial was first launched five years ago Mr Pearson and the then Federal Labor and Queensland governments declared the Trial would be...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 October 2014 08:39

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Leaders snubbed for meeting with Forrest

P5 RoxleyTauto1So much for consulting with First Nations People over Andrew Forrest's controversial "Creating Parity" report, says the First Nations People of South Australia. When Mr Forrest and his assistant author of the report, Professor Marcia Langton arrived in Adelaide last week to discuss the proposal with South Australia's Labor Premier, Jay Weatherill requests for First Nations leaders at attend also were...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 October 2014 08:38

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