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Time for our mob to stop lateral violence

brian butlerA public slanging match between Indigenous leaders over the sacking of Percy Knight as Australian Rugby League Commission's (NRL) Indigenous Council has been censured as the worst form of lateral violence.

Co-founder and Director of Lateral Love Australia, Brian Butler told the National Indigenous Times the "coconut" term attributed to former NRL international, Larry Corowa against members of ARLC...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 15 February 2013 12:23

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Gillard should butt out of AMP’s in Queensland: Mayor Alf Lacey

alf laceyPalm Island Mayor, Alf Lacey has joined with Queensland Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs, Glen Elms in telling Prime Minister, Julia Gillard to "butt out" of Queensland Indigenous communities deciding whether they want bans on alcohol.

Mr Lacey said Ms Gillard's "rivers of grog" comments during her Closing the Gap speech last week in Federal Parliament was unnecessary and...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 15 February 2013 12:22

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