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Brisbane Tent Embassy threat

adrian burragubbaWhat a couple of hundred Queensland police officers couldn't achieve in May this year, when they invaded the Tent Embassy site at Musgrave Park in Brisbane, arrested over 20 protesters and moved campers on to another location, it now appears the itinerant residents of the Embassy site has given cause for its imminent closure.

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk said the move to close the Musgrave Park Tent...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 January 2013 22:08

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NRL disrespected our mob, say leaders

all starsIndigenous leaders who made the trip to Queen Street Mall in Brisbane to hear the announcement of the final public stage of voting launch for the 2013 Harvey Norman Rugby League All Stars game said they were shocked at the cultural insensitivity on display by National Rugby League officials.

"King Wally (Lewis) was the MC at this important announcement and he didn't even acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 January 2013 22:06

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