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Charles Passi appointed Healing Foundation Chair

charles passiCharles Passi, a Daurareb man from Meriam Islands in eastern Torres Strait, has been confirmed as the new Chair of the Healing Foundation to replace outgoing Chair, Florence Onus.

Mr Passi was confirmed as the new Chair at a full board meeting of the Healing Foundation last Friday in Canberra.

Speaking to the National Indigenous Times the Healing Foundation CEO, Richard Weston confirmed the...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 07 February 2013 12:58

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Barnett to pull out all stops

premier barnett_protestWestern Australia Premier, Colin Barnett is prepared to block all alternatives to the $40 billion James Price Point LNG hub proposal to ensure the hub is built.

Woodside venture partner, Shell favours a cheaper floating LNG distant from the Kimberley's pristine coastline - this story was first broken by the National Indigenous Times last year.

Premier Barnett signalled he has...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 07 February 2013 12:57

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