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Mining the reason Oombulgarri is being demolished

P 9 - Oombulgarri storyLucrative diamond mining in the areas surrounding the Oombulgurri community was probably the reason behind the West Australian State Government's decision to ruthlessly close down the community and condemn hundreds of First Peoples residents to a life of homelessness, Chair of the Balanggarra Aboriginal Corporation, Cissy Gore-Birch Gault has warned.

Ms Gore-Birch Gault also...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 01 October 2014 08:03

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Forrest’s Creating Parity not for us, says MacAskill

P 3 - Don MacAskillAndrew "Twiggy" Forrest's "Creating Parity" report and recommendations "is a one-size-fits-all" attempt to create a single social policy across Australia that "was set on a path of more government intervention", an Aboriginal leader from New South Wales has said.

The Chief Executive Officer of the Awabakal Newcastle Aboriginal Co-Operative Ltd, Don MacAskill, which represents a...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 01 October 2014 08:02

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