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Ernie Bridge dies but the fight for justice will go on

Ernie-BridgeErnie Bridge died last Sunday afternoon, just weeks after launching a legal battle against the Western Australian Government and two of Australia's richest individuals after he was diagnosed with mesothelioma after being exposed to asbestos.

Mr Bridge was the first Western Australian Aboriginal person to be elected to the West Australian Parliament as the member for the Kimberley between 1980 to 2001...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 05 April 2013 15:30

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There’s no Apology from Giles for Territory’s forced adoption victims

Adam-GilesNorthern Territory Chief Minister Adam Giles has expressed regret to the victims of forced adoption in his jurisdiction but stopped short of saying he was sorry.

"To all those Northern Territory families past and present who were separated by an adoption that was forced upon them, on behalf of this Assembly I express our heartfelt sympathy," Mr Giles told the Northern Territory parliament.

"To all...

 

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