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Liam Jurrah back in trouble as police take action over new assault charges

liam-jurrah-and-supportersFormer AFL player Liam Jurrah spent Easter locked up in a police cell after being charged with four counts of aggravated assault in Alice Springs.

The charges come after the footballer's arrest in Alice Springs when three women were allegedly assaulted at a 24 hour store in the early hours of Thursday morning last week.

Jurrah, 24, and another man were...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 05 April 2013 15:16

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Congress prepares itself to elect new batch of leaders

Elise-Wall-groupThis year's candidates for its male and female Co-Chairs will require exceptional leadership and negotiation skills to continue to deliver the massive agenda set by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, the National Congress of Australia's First Peoples said when announcing nominations for the positions would soon be opened.

Chief Executive Officer, Lindon Coombes said the first term of a...

 

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