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ORIC criticised for lack of action over Martu corporation

bruce hill - martuThe Western Desert Puntukurnuparna Aboriginal Corporation (WDPAC) was liquidated in June, 2013 but its former Chief Executive Officer, Bruce Hill, who blew the whistle on a litany of alleged rorts and improprieties, has blasted the lack of action by the Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations (ORIC).

Mr Hill said ORIC had failed the impoverished Martu peoples of the Western...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 August 2014 08:33

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Michael Mansell calls for self-determination to be included in constitution

michael mansellA leading activist and highly respected leader, Michael Mansell has called on the Recognise campaign to change direction and insist on self-determination to be included in any referendum to change the constitution.

Mr Mansell has also called on the Federal Government to change the Australia Day celebrations held each year on January 26 to another date in recognition that date has never been a...

 

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