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Cape York Mayors Alliance challenge Noel Pearson’s Empowered Communities group on lack of contact

NoelPearsonWildRivers1The Cape York Indigenous Mayors Alliance has claimed it has yet to have any contact with a committee headed by Noel Pearson and formed to oversee a major overhaul in how federal Indigenous funding is spent.

Mr Pearson is the Co-Chairman of a steering committee for the Empowered Communities blueprint at the behest of Prime Minister, Tony Abbott and Indigenous Affairs Minister, Senator...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 23 March 2014 14:43

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Another innocent victim jailed because government won’t properly care for her

Mick-GoodaHistory has repeated itself with another intellectually disabled Aboriginal person found to be languishing in a Western Australian prison.

It was two years ago 29-year-old Marlon Noble was conditionally released from prison after spending 11 years in jail without ever having been convicted by a court.

It has now emerged another Indigenous person, 23-year-old Roseanne Fulton has been in prison for 18...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 23 March 2014 14:42

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