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Protest told Federal Government’s Intervention remains a racist act

kyol blakeneySeven years ago last Saturday every Aboriginal man in the Northern Territory was falsely accused and defamed as a paedophile by the then Howard Federal Government when it introduced what it titled the Northern Territory Emergency Response, better known as the Northern Territory Intervention.

The "emergency" was actually a futile ploy by the Howard Government to be re-elected at the upcoming Federal...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 June 2014 07:54

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Cape York now open for business, says Pearson

martha koorawathaIndigenous groups are now free to start new horticulture and tourism projects on Cape York after winning a four year legal battle to undo development restrictions imposed by Queensland's former Labor government through iota Wild Rivers protections.

But green groups are warning of risky development as environmental protections are wound back.

The Federal Court has declared invalid the...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 June 2014 07:52

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