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Adam Giles speaks out

Adam-Giles-and-MinistersAdam Giles, the new Chief Minister of the Northern Territory, has dismissed criticism on his decision to abolish the Aboriginal Advancement ministry, declaring Indigenous issues will receive a greater focus by making all of the Government's Ministers responsible for improving living conditions for Indigenous Australians.

With a new Chief Minister at the helm of the Northern...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 March 2013 20:28

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White Australia second only to Norway for quality of life but 122nd for First Peoples

mother-at-utopiaOnce again the United Nations has ranked Australia second behind Norway in its annual Human Development Index for public health, social wealth, education, even happiness. But if Aboriginal peoples stand alone Australia would not rank second - it would be ranked 122nd.

The United Nations Human Development Index is a measure of the quality of life across 187 nations.

Aboriginal peoples in...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 March 2013 20:27

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