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Goodes says Austalia founded on 'lies'

P2 Tony Abbott  Adam GoodesAustralian of the Year Adam Goodes has attracted criticism for saying Australian history is built on lies.

During a recent interview with the BBC, the AFL star said some Australian policies had resulted in the suppression of Indigenous people and other minorities and called for better education about the country's history.

"The history of our country is...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 November 2014 08:02

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Fury over Aurukun bauxite mine bid

P 13 Aurukun TO Gina CastelainThe Queensland Government has been denounced for squandering a historic opportunity to give Aborigines a stake in developing a rich bauxite deposit on Cape York, as new details emerged of a bidding process that opened and closed in a single day.

Former Comalco and MIM Chief Executive, Nick Stump said the selection of Swiss-based miner and commodity trader...

 

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