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Group “deflated” as Minister fails to take action on Maules Creek

dolly-talbotA meeting between community members concerned about mining practices at Maules Creek in northern New South Wales and the Federal Minister for the Environment, Greg Hunt has left the participants feeling "deflated" and without even a "message to take back" to their Elders.

The group, in Canberra under the umbrella of the Lock the Gate Alliance included Dr Anne Poelina from the Kimberley in Western Australia...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 16 March 2014 20:47

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SNAICC’s dire warning child centres will not survive without funding commitment

Dala-Yooro-group-shotThe Secretariat of National Aboriginal and Islander Child Care (SNAICC) has used the opening of a new family centre in Victoria to demand the Federal Government guarantee the centre's long-term funding.

SNAICC Chairperson, Sharron Williams welcomed the opening of the Dala Yooro Children and Family Centre at Bairnsdale in Victoria but she warned this centre and the 37 other Aboriginal...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 16 March 2014 20:46

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