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Bess Price, Adam Giles use politics of water on remote communities

Water Bess_PriceThe Northern Territory is awash with wealth and has the highest median wages in the world despite nearly one quarter of its population living impoverished. That one quarter is made up predominately of First Peoples, many of them lost in official and unofficial town camps that have the stench of the town camps that corralled people during South Africa's apartheid.

There is little difference...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 September 2014 06:47

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Archbishop Tutu joins call for Truth and Justice Commission

desmond tutu_storyArchbishop Desmond Tutu, one of the famous anti-Apartheid crusaders alongside Nelsone Mandela, has delivered a withering condemnation of the Tony Abbott Government's treatment of Australia's First Nations People and has joined the call for a Truth and Justice Commission to investigate and reveal the truth about how First Peoples have suffered under white colonisation.

Archbishop Tutu used the...

 

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