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Keona’s big dreams finally a reality with Indigenous Allied Health

Keona editAs a young child, Keona Wilson had big dreams. She knew she wanted a good life, even if she wasn't always sure how to get there. An Aboriginal woman born in Redcliffe Queensland, Keona is a speech pathologist of seven years and is a Board Director at Indigenous Allied Health Australia (IAHA).

Keona, who grew up in foster care and attended four different primary schools and four high schools across Queensland...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 04 November 2012 16:53

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O’Callaghan’s defence of police draws a rebuke from activists

rex bellotti-snr-and-ocallaghanBy National Indigenous Times West Australian reporter Gerry Georgatos

The fall-out from the Kevin Spratt Taser CCTV footage continues however despite all the evidence of police brutality there seems little evidence anything will change, according to Aboriginal rights advocates.

 

Last week a West Australian parliamentary committee heard West...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 04 November 2012 16:52

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