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100 year flood strikes twice

bundaberg flood_recovery"I'd rather go through a cyclone than a flood," Howard Drahm said after being allowed to return to his flooded home by officials in Bundaberg to then witness total devastation.

In what could only be described as a natural disaster, the flood in Bundaberg, Queensland, has left many Indigenous families homeless.

On the Australia Day weekend, residents of North Bundaberg were...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 07 February 2013 13:02

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Sexual abuse unacceptable: Gooda

mick goodaThe Social Justice Commissioner Mick Gooda and the Australian Human Rights Commission have welcomed the New South Wales Ombudsman's report on child sexual abuse in Aboriginal communities and its recommendations.

"Sexual assault is unacceptable and is not part of Aboriginal culture. As a society, our main aim should be to protect our children from all forms of abuse, but we also need to heal our victims and...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 07 February 2013 13:01

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