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Four years on Rex Bellotti Jnr waits for justice to be delivered

rex bellotti_jnrRex Bellotti Jnr, 15 years old four years ago, was struck by a police vehicle on Lower King Road, Albany. It was shy of midnight as he was walking home from an Aboriginal wake on March 6, 2009. Four years later his family is still waiting for answers and compensation - for help with his ongoing medical care.

The West Australian Police Commission is still to come to terms with a commitment to...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 28 February 2013 18:36

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Langton defends mining cash and denies link to her Boyer Lectures

marcia langtonProfessor Marcia Langton and the ABC have defended a lack of disclosure over last year's Boyer Lectures despite tens of thousands of dollars in cash for Langton's academic research being sourced from resources giants Rio Tinto, Woodside and Santos.

The series of five Boyers, titled "The Quiet Revolution: Indigenous People and the Resources Boom", were delivered late last year by Professor Langton at...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 28 February 2013 18:35

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