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Shane Mortimer is facing a particularly busy Thursday

Shane-MortimerNgambri Elder, Shane Mortimer had two important tasks before him on Thursday of this week.

Mr Mortimer, dressed in his possum-skin cloak will climb a stage in the Great Hall of Parliament House in Canberra and deliver a speech to Welcome to Country all who have come on that day to hear Prime Minister Julia Gillard deliver the Federal Government's national Apology to the victims of forced adoption or...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 March 2013 20:26

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We won’t give up until our murdered kids have justice

A74F0093-copyProtesters rallied outside New South Wales State Parliament last week to demand justice for the Bowraville children murdered almost 23 years ago.

The murders of Colleen Walker, 16, Evelyn Greenup, 4 and Clinton Speedy-Duroux, 16 took place over a period of five months from September, 1990 to February 1991 in the New South Wales town of Bowraville on the State's mid north coast and no one has ever been...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 March 2013 20:25

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