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Giles promises a “new order”

adam-gilesAdam Giles was last week sworn in as the new Chief Minister of the Northern Territory and has promised a "new order" from the government he leads.

Mr Giles has also apologised to Territorians for "the position that we have put you in" and said the previous administration had lost its way.

"We are now a united team," he said. "It will be a new order. It will be a new regime of change that we will start...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 March 2013 20:17

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Dominello delivers $80,000 for NAIDOC Week organisations

Dominello portrait_smallThe NSW Government is providing $80,000 to support NAIDOC Week celebrations across the State, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Victor Dominello has announced.

Organisations such as schools, Local Aboriginal Land Councils and other community groups have until April 19 to apply for funding to help finance events.

NAIDOC, which originally stood for National Aborigines and...

 

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