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Parents fear for their children in adult prison

marianne mackayFears are held for the safety of children in a Western Australian prison.

Around 70 children, 90 per cent are Aboriginal, were relocated from Perth's Banksi Juvenile detention centre to nearby adult Hakea Prison after some children rioted and damaged some of the facility.

Parent of the children said they are distraught and worried that irreparable damage "may be done to our already troubled...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 15 February 2013 12:15

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Social issues expressed on stage

stephen page_bangarraBlak is Bangarra's new production about seeking answers for identity and leadership in an urban world that has continually changing social behaviours.

Bangarra's Artistic Director, Stephen Page speaking to the National Indigenous Times, said it's more about the psychological process for young men and women to find to find their place as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 15 February 2013 12:12

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