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Block residents calls for Aboriginal Housing Company to resign

kaye bellear  jenny munroThe management and board the Aboriginal Housing Company Ltd (AHC) should stand aside or be sacked for mismanagement and for misleading the Aboriginal community now it has been revealed government had never promised to provide any funding for low income housing on The Block in Redfern, a community leader has said.

Kaye Bellear, whose late husband Bob was a founder of...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 August 2014 08:36

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Tania Major’s blueprint to Close the Gap

tania major 22-05-14As the Prime Minister of Australia, Tony Abbott turned to a mining billionaire to deliver recommendations on how to fix the problems confronting First Nations People a prominent First Nations leader in her own right has launched a plan she believes would deliver meaningful outcomes to Close the Gap on the disparity facing her People.

Tania Major, a former Young Australian of the...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 August 2014 08:34

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