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Scullion hits back at criticism of his 99 year lease proposal

Nigel-Scullion... but Utopia Elder, Rosalie Kunoth-Monks remains unrepentant over her concerns

Utopia Elder, Rosalie Kunoth-Monks and former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser have come in for scathing criticism from Indigenous Affairs Minister, Senator Nigel Scullion after their criticism of his 99 year lease negotiation in the Northern Territory communities of Gunbalanya and Yirrkala.

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Last Updated on Sunday, 15 December 2013 13:13

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Ken Wyatt, Nova Peris to head constitution panel

Nova-Peris-&-Ken-WyattFor the first time in the nation's history, two Aborigines will head a parliamentary committee after Labor nominated Nova Peris to be deputy chair of a panel charged with delivering a referendum to change the Constitution to recognise Indigenous Australians.

Senator Peris will join chairman Ken Wyatt, the sole Indigenous Labor and Liberal MPs in the parliament, to run the Joint...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 15 December 2013 13:11

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