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Should First Nations members of Advisory Council resign?

Lex Wotton 15aFirst Nations members of the Prime Minister, Tony Abbott's Indigenous Advisory Council is facing a decision - should they resign in protest at the way the Council has been turned into a virtual rubber stamp for the Federal Government's tough policy decisions affecting communities and for Mr Abbott's hurtful and cruel endorsement of the invasion of this country by the Englishman, Governor Arthur...

 

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Women gather to deliver some Straight Talk

Straight TalkIf you want to make a difference in your community you have to be an active activist and you have to be heard, a group of First Nations women was told at a Summit in Canberra this week.

The 51 women, all participants in Oxfam's 5th national Straight Talk Summit, met in Canberra from communities all over the country, from Devonport in Tasmania to Moa in the Torres Strait and Broome in north west...

 

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